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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 20 November, 2014

Katie and Tassie to ‘kindy”

Katie and Tassie have entered a new stage in their lives. Both girls were taken to the wildlife hospital for a checkup and after they were given the all clear they are now in the rainforest, which is the koala “kindy”. Here they will have a few friends and will learn to live without their […]

Categories : MBKR | News | Raising Orphans
Posted on 12 November, 2014

Statistics September 2014

In September 2014 we received a total of 117 calls (telephone, email and website)  for help with koalas and other wildlife.   This number included sightings 106 of koalas MBKR koala admissions to Australian Wildlife Hospital were (27):   Reasons 9 Car hits 11 Overt signs of disease 1 Other 3 Health Check 1 Abnormal […]

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Posted on 8 November, 2014

Meet Kasey

A few days ago another koala joey came into care, Kasey. She was found by herself, sitting in the middle of a busy road. Ben (thank you so much!!) decided to rescue her and call for help. Kim transported her to the wildlife hospital where Kasey was diagnosed with conjunctivitis. She was also dehydrated and […]

Categories : MBKR | News | Raising Orphans
Posted on 22 October, 2014

Meet Galaxy and Tassie

Two more girls have come into care. Both Galaxy and Tassie were orphaned because their mothers were hit by a car and died as a consequence. Tassie is a very independent girl and loves her fresh leaf in the afternoon. Galaxy is still a bit unsettled and recovering from abdominal bleeding. But so far so […]

Categories : MBKR | Raising Orphans | Rescues