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Sick Koala

Sick or injured wildlife can be saved but urgent action is required.

Please contact a wildlife rescue organisation if you see an animal in distress.



Indicators of sickness in a koala include:

  • Crusted, infected or inflamed eyes;
  • Bleeding;
  • A wet and dirty bottom;
  • Sitting at the base of a tree for an extended period of time.
































Fantastic Wildlife Organisations Website Address
Australian Koala Foundation www.savethekoalas.com
Moreton Bay Coastcare www.mbcc.org.au
Redlands Wildlife www.redlandswildlife.com
Reef Check Australia http://www.reefcheckaustralia.org



Wildlife Rescue Office Hours Contact number
Daisy Hill Koala Centre (Logan City, Queensland) 8:00am - 4:00pm (07) 3290 9136
Redlands Wildlife Rescue (Redland City, Queensland) 24 Hours (07) 3833 4031
The Australian Wildlife Hospital (Beerwah, Queensland) 24 Hours 1300 369 652

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