Who we are
We have been operating as a licensed wildlife rescue group since 1992 (operating as Native Animal Network Assn until July 2011).
We rescue animals from the Victorian border to Wollongong and out to the Southern Highlands.
Our primary aim is to raise, rehabilitate and release native animals. We also help educate the public as to the issues confronting local wildlife, and to do whatever we can to help maintain an environment that allows our unique wildlife to survive an enrich our lives.
What we believe
To learn more about our rules & regulations, education courses, library books and other resources, members can find our members page here
Our General meeting is held on the second Wednesday of each month (except January) at 7:00pm at the Nowra Library, Berry Street Nowra. Anyone who is interested in learning about our local wildlife, and how to help them is welcome.
To find out more about how you can help us to help the animals, click here. Or to find out about becoming a volunteer for Wildlife Rescue South Coast, click here