The Currumbin Wildlife Hospital’s annual Open Day is a rare opportunity for the community to go behind the scenes and access areas usually closed to the public, with all proceeds going back into the hospital so staff and volunteers can continue their vital work.
On the day you can learn about how veterinary staff and volunteers treat, rehabilitate, and release sick, injured, and orphaned wildlife.
Currumbin Wildlife Hospital Senior Vet, Dr Michael Pyne OAM, says the Open Day is an opportunity for the community to see the important work done and how their donations are put into action saving our amazing wildlife. ‘We welcome everyone to come along, enjoy a day out, and learn about what they can do to help protect our local wildlife.’
Currumbin Wildlife Hospital has been saving our precious wildlife since 1989!
It’s now one of the busiest wildlife hospitals in the world, admitting more than 14,000 patients last year alone, including more than 400 Koalas!
Open Day will be fun for the whole family, offering veterinary demonstrations, face painting, food stalls, giveaways and more!
Visit: currumbinsanctuary.com.au for more information.