Darling Range Wildlife Shelter
Darling Range Wildlife Shelter (DRWS) is a volunteer and not-for-profit organisation whose purpose is to rehabilitate native wildlife and promote the value of biodiversity.
DRWS volunteers rescue, provide care and rehabilitate Australian native wildlife in need. Each year they record around 1000 wildlife admissions.
The Shelter could not function without the valuable support offered by the community, which includes financial donations in addition to the provision of valuable goods and services.
Rescuing and caring for injured native animals is something you can do from home! It’s a great option for people who live in remote areas. Get in touch to receive training before attempting to care for animals, to protect both you and the animals.
To make a donation, volunteer, or find out other ways that you can help, get in touch today!