Protect the future of Australia’s wombats

Wombats are disappearing – two of Australia’s three wombat species are listed as threatened, and bare-nosed wombats like Candy and Ernie are becoming less common.

Your donation helps rescue distressed and injured native animals, rehabilitate them for their return to the wild, as well as support threatened species programmes that will protect Australia's unique species in the long-term.

In just 12 months, WIRES provided assistance to 100,000 endangered native animals, including koalas, wombats, kangaroos, birds and bats, but there is still so much work to be done.

By buddying with WIRES carers and animals, you can make a difference for our native animals.

Donate today to help rescue, rehabilitate and preserve our precious Australian wildlife.

Wombats are disappearing – two of Australia’s three wombat species are listed as threatened, and bare-nosed wombats like Candy and Ernie are becoming less common.

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Your donation helps rescue distressed and injured native animals, rehabilitate them for their return to the wild, as well as support threatened species programmes that will protect Australia's unique species in the long-term.

In just 12 months, WIRES provided assistance to 100,000 endangered native animals, including koalas, wombats, kangaroos, birds and bats, but there is still so much work to be done.

By buddying with WIRES carers and animals, you can make a difference for our native animals.

Donate today to help rescue, rehabilitate and preserve our precious Australian wildlife.