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.
In August 2014 we receive a total of 84 calls (telephone, email and website) for help with koalas and other wildlife. This number included sightings 87 of koalas MBKR koala admissions to Australian Wildlife Hospital were (26): Reasons 6 Car hits 13 Overt signs of disease 1 Dog attacks 4 Other 2 Health Check Results […]
Katie was found in a creek, wet and cold, without her mother. Nobody knows how long she had been in there when a bus driver found her and took her to a wildlife carer. She made sure Katie was dry and warm, and took her to the wildlife hospital for a check up. Katie is […]
In June 2014 we received a total of 61 calls (telephone, email and website) for help with koalas and other wildlife. This number included sightings 76 of koalas, of which MBKR koala admissions to Australian Wildlife Hospital were (15): Reasons 4 Car hits 9 Overt signs of disease 1 Dog attacks 1 Other Results 11 […]
Twinky came into care after spending a few months in the hospital with his mum Sparkles, who was suffering from chlamydia. Due to a shortage of medication, her condition worsened and after contracting secondary infections, it was decided she was suffering too much and was euthanased. Sparkles was a great mum and a beautiful koala. […]