• Devina the Echidna

  • Freda the Frog

  • A family of wood ducks in care at the RSPCA Wildlife Hospital

RSPCA Qld provides care to many thousands of sick, injured and orphaned wild animals across the state, both on site at our Wildlife Hospital in Brisbane, and via our support network of rescuers, licensed carers and external veterinarians, who all assist with wildlife cases reported to our Call Centre.

The RSPCA Wildlife Hospital has admitted 14,064 wildlife patients across Queensland over the past year, including native birds, possums, echidnas, koalas, joeys and snakes to name just a few.

Our focus is on ensuring that all incoming wild animals have a complete veterinary diagnostic assessment and prognosis, to help ensure that those returned to the wild can survive and thrive.

Become a Wildlife Hero

If you'd like to volunteer your time to help injured wildlife, you may be interested in becoming one of our Wildlife Heroes. Find out more.