Port Stephens Koalas & Wildlife Preservation Society Limited


Port Stephens Koala Hospital relies on a team of dedicated volunteers who provide support in a variety of roles to ensure our number one priority of the rescue and care for injured and sick koalas, and other wildlife, is maintained.

PLEASE NOTE YOU MUST BE AN AUSTRALIAN RESIDENT TO APPLY TO BE A VOLUNTEER 

Volunteers are needed in many areas throughout the organisation. We welcome anyone who can contribute as much as several hours per week or just a few hours per month to. To become a volunteer, you must be 15 years of age or older.

 

The many volunteer roles include:

Administration

Cleaning

Education

Events

Fundraising

General Maintenance & Gardening

IT & Website Management

Koala Care

Koala Rescue & Rescue Phone Operator

Leafing (leaf collecting)

Merchandise Promotions

Tree Plantations 

Social Media

Work Experience

Work Placement

Workplace Health & Safety

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Mission Statement

We rescue, protect, care for and rehabilitate koalas so they can thrive in their natural habitat.

Our dedicated team includes volunteer carers, vets and generous supporters.

We provide best practice standards of care to sick, injured and orphaned koalas and other native Australian wildlife, servicing areas including Hunter Valley, Central Coast, Mid North Coast, Dungog, Gloucester, Stroud, Bulahdelah and Port Stephens.  Through the care that we provide, we give wildlife the best opportunity to be returned to the wild.  We support research and collaboration to preserve koala habitat to ensure that future generations may continue to enjoy seeing our precious wildlife in their natural setting.

If you discover a sick or injured koala or other native wildlife that may need rescuing, or are worried about a koala’s health or location, please call us on 1800 775 625.  Our rescue volunteers are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.