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Welcome

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.

Posted on 29 March, 2015

Statistics Comparison Powerpoint Presentation

Click here to view an excellent Statistics Presentation.  It details all rescue statistics compiled since 2009 for Moreton Bay Koala Rescue. Thank you Matt for preparing this presentation.    

Categories : MBKR | News | Statistics
Posted on 30 June, 2015

Meet Enya

This little girl was safely sitting in her mum’s pouch when mum Jerry decided to cross a busy road. Unfortunately she got hit by a car and sustained horrific injuries to her head. As a consequence Jerry was euthanased and at only 182 grams little Enya needed critical care from an experienced carer. So she […]

Categories : MBKR | News | Raising Orphans | Rescues
Posted on 29 June, 2015

Billy Ray released into tracking project

The little girl that came into our care earlier this year has now been released. Billy Ray has been given the all clear from the vet at the Endeavour Vet Clinic, her weight 3.5 kg and a body condition score of 8/10. Well done girlie!   The tests were all good and so she was […]

Categories : MBKR | News | Raising Orphans | Releases
Posted on 17 June, 2015

Free workshops on 18th July 2015

We are conducting a free Induction Workshop about the basics of koala rescue. Even if you decide this is not for you, you could become an ambulance driver and take sick and injured koalas to the wildlife hospital. If you would like to know more about koalas and meet our great team, please register for […]

Categories : MBKR | News | Releases | Rescues
Posted on 12 June, 2015

Meet Sophie

This week brought the first little joey of the season into our care. Little Sophie was found sitting on a fence in Deception Bay, while her mum was high up in the tree. And although Sophie was calling out to her mum, she didn’t come down to get her. Sophie – who weighs less than […]

Categories : MBKR | News | Raising Orphans