Bonorong is working towards the creation of Tasmania’s first fully dedicated wildlife veterinary clinic to provide care to the hundreds of animals we rescue each year. It will be free for the public to drop off wildlife for care and rehabilitation.

As of 2016, we have the building ready to go and are currently waiting council approval to lay the slab. You can read more on our blog.

We can’t wait to show you more very soon!


The Sad Truth

⋅ Native animals left suffering on the roadside is a confronting ethical issue for the community
⋅ While vet clinics do their best to help injured wildlife they often do not have the time or the specialist training and facilities that are needed
⋅ Native animals die from stress very quickly so being kept in the same area as cats and dogs can hinder their recovery
⋅ Carers are currently paying for all animal treatment out of their own pocket including special milk formulas, medications, surgeries, pouches, heat pads, enclosures etc.

The solution

Bonorong is building Tasmania’s first ever wildlife hospital, which will be free for all wildlife and staffed by a full-time vet.

We are currently raising funds for the project and we are very close to reaching our target and building this vital facility.

This project is a true community effort and has been based on the generosity of a huge number of donors and supporters.

If you would like to contribute, please see our donation options, or contact us for more information.


For injured or orphaned wildlife, call 0447 264 625 any time of the day or night.