Australian Koala Hospital Association Incorporated (WILDCARE AUSTRALIA) was formed in 1994 with the primary aim of:

• Promoting the conservation of Australian native animals and their habitat through scientific research and public education.

• Raising funds for the construction and operation of a high standard veterinary hospital and research facility for the rescue and rehabilitation of sick, injured and orphaned Australian native animals in South-East Queensland.

• Providing high quality veterinary care for sick, injured and orphaned Australian native animals in South-East Queensland.

Secondary aims of the Assocation are:

• To provide an educational and consultancy service to schools and other community organisations with regards to
Australian native animals and their habitats

• To provide a library of information pertinent to the biology and rehabilitation of Australian native animals which will be
available to all sectors of the community.

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