Welcome to Moreton Bay Koala Rescue, a not-for-profit volunteer organisation involved in the direct rescue and care of injured or sick koalas across the Moreton Bay Region, including Caboolture, Redcliffe and Pine Rivers. For more information, please see the About page.
On the 31st July we released Blinky Jeff, the little boy we picked up who was hit by a car. He’s had a bit of a stay in the hospital but has been all cleared to go back into the wild. Please be careful on the road especially at dawn and dusk when our amazing […]
On Saturday 17th May we organised a free training worskhop for potential rescuers and ambulance drivers. There was a great turn out at the CREEC centre in Burpengary and we are very happy to have a lot of people sign up for the hands-on training with our experience rescuers in the next few months. Thank […]
In April 2014 we received a total of 51 calls (telephone, email and website) for help with koalas and other wildlife. This number included sightings 94 of koalas, of which MBKR koala admissions to Australian Wildlife Hospital were (20): Reasons: 7 Car hits 9 Overt signs of disease 1 Dog attack 1 Other 2 Health […]
In March 2014 a total of 57 calls (telephone, email and website) were received for help with koalas and other wildlife. This number included sightings of koalas, of which MBKR koala admissions to Australian Wildlife Hospital were (20): Reasons 6 Car hits 12 Overt signs of disease 2 Dog attacks Results 1 Died/dead […]