Looking for a mate
During the breeding season, there are more koalas on the move looking for a mate. This means they are more likely to be hit by a car or come into contact with a dog.
Gwinganna works with Wildcare Australia Inc and Currumbin Wildlife Hospital Foundation who rehabilitate sick, injured and orphaned native wildlife. Since 2015, thirteen rescue koalas including Cara (pictured right) and eleven echidnas have been released at Gwinganna. We thank Wildcare and Currumbin Wildlife Hospital for their tireless work.
Currumbin Wildlife Hospital has grown to be one of the busiest hospitals in the world, admitting over 9000 animals a year.
Please look out for our wildlife on the roads. Drive slowly when you see wildlife warning signs and help protect more koalas and wildlife.