The Port Macquarie Koala Hospital Website is now accepting e-adoptions and donations. Adoption packages will be available soon. We wish to thank everyone for their ongoing support.

Please ensure you check your spam folder for e-adoption certificates before contacting the Koala Hospital about missing orders.

Gum Tips - March 2020

Adopt a Wild Koala

What could be better as a last minute gift for your family or friends than an adoption of a new favourite – Lion Leo?  He has amazing, beautiful blue eyes.

We're now accepting e-adoptions and donations!

The Port Macquarie Koala Hospital Website is now accepting e-adoptions and donations. Adoption packages will be available soon. We wish to thank everyone for their ongoing support. If you experience any issues, please email us at [email protected].

UPDATE ON BURNS VICTIMS

Anwen and Paul are doing really well – they have both been moved from the Intensive Care Unit to the Rehabilitation Yards outside. 

All their bandages have been removed and they are both eating well and climbing the trees in their yards. 

We Are Closed to the Public

Today the decision was made to close the Port Macquarie Koala Hospital off to the public so there will be no access until further notice; therefore the self guided tours and museum are no longer available to the public.

The koala food tree giveaway has also ceased.  We are hopeful we can resume the giveaway in September.

WE ARE CONTINUING THE WORK HERE AT THE HOSPITAL but unable to allow access to the public at this time.

26th March 2020

 

TREE PROJECT POSTPONED

The Koala Hospital 35,000 TREE PROJECT POSTPONED until September (hopefully).

Our focus is to concentrate  on the rescue and rehabilitation of koalas and ensuring we use all our resources on them.

You will still see the Koala Ambulance out and about rescuing Koalas needing our care.

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Anwen and Paul are doing really well – they have both been moved from the Intensive Care Unit to the Rehabilitation Yards outside.
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Heartwarming community support continues for Port Macquarie Koala Hospital
Purchases through the koala hospital's online shop and adoptions have skyrocketed.

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