Optimal housing to enable healing and recovery of wildlife
WA Wildlife is a licensed wildlife rehabilitation facility with the Department of Biodiversity, Conservations and Attractions. Animals treated in the WA Wildlife Hospital are moved to state of the art rehabilitation enclosures which were funded by Lotterywest, BP Kwinana Refinery and the National Resource Management.
WA Wildlife provides species specific rehabilitation for up to 200 different species in purpose built enclosures occupying two acres of property.
These include bird flight aviaries (including five 25m flight aviaries), bird of prey flight enclosures, specialist waterbird and seabird ponds, small mammal enclosures, and kangaroo pre-release enclosures. A Marine Turtle Rehabilitation Facility is planned for completion by late 2022.
WA Wildlife’s Rehabilitation Facility is not open to the public and is fenced off within a secure area, enabling the animals to better heal and recover from their injuries.