Our Sponsors

WA Wildlife would like to thank the following organisations for their ongoing financial sponsorship.

City of Cockburn

The City of Cockburn’s strong focus and leadership in environmental management has enabled WA Wildlife to grow from humble beginnings to the leading wildlife organisation we are today.  

The City of Cockburn has been WA Wildlife’s primary Sponsor since 2011 and funded the construction of the WA Wildlife Hospital and the WA Wildlife Education and Training Centre.


Lotterywest has providing significant funding for a range of projects including fit outs of the WA Wildlife Hospital, the WA Wildlife Education and Training Centre, construction of rehabilitation and education enclosures and purchase of our education and training vehicle (2015).

BP Kwinana Refinery

BP’s ongoing support enabled WA Wildlife to expand its on-site resources each year since 2011. Projects include new education enclosures, kangaroo rehabilitation pens, freshwater turtle enclosures, small marsupial enclosures and the first small veterinary hospital at Native ARC.


The Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals International supports the WA Wildlife Ambulance which is the only designated wildlife rescue service available in Western Australia.


The NSW Wildlife Information, Rescue and Education Service Inc. is providing financial support to the WA Wildlife Hospital (2020-2022).

WWF Australia

WWF Australia is funding a 2 year project to up-skill veterinarians in Western Australia in wildlife medicine.

Our Supporters

WA Wildlife would like to thank the following businesses and organisations for their ongoing support with supplies of pro bono goods and services. 

Financial Donors

WA Wildlife greatly appreciates the ’wildlife warriors’ –  the many individuals and organisations who make financial donations that support our operations and development. 

WA Wildlife acknowledges the Noongar people of Beeliar Boodjar. We acknowledge a continuing connection to land, waters and culture and pay our respects to the Elders, past, present and emerging. Copyright © 2021.