RRANA (Rescue and Rehabilitation of Australian Native Animals) is a group of volunteers dedicated to the rescue and rehabilitation of sick, injured or orphaned native animals and birds. For all non-native and domestic animals, please refer to the Non-native and Domestic Animals page.
While RRANA is based in Broken Hill, the area we cover stretches up to the Queensland border and ends halfway between Broken Hill and Mildura. Our membership also stretches across several far-west communities, including Tibooburra, Darnick, and White Cliffs.
Anyone can rescue an injured, orphaned or distressed animal. However, it is illegal to hold native fauna without permission from National Parks and Wildlife. RRANA has a licence to rescue, foster and rehabilitate native animals.