Rescue and Rehabilitation of Australian Native Animals Inc

About Us

RRANA members are dedicated to the rescue and rehabilitation of sick, injured or orphaned native animals and birds.

The members of the group undergo training in the care of these animals.

What do members of RRANA do?

  • School Talks:
    Children are the future. They should be encouraged to appreciate and protect the local environment.
  • Community Talks:
    This allows members to promote RRANA within the local community and educate people about the best way to handle injured and distressed animals.
  • Fund Raising:
    RRANA is not government funded. The group relies on the generosity of the public and local businesses, fundraising and hardwork.
  • Caring for Animals:
    Our main concern is the care of orphaned, injured and sick animals
  • Rescues:
    Because animals are often injured and/or distressed when they come into contact with humans we are often called on to rescue an animal.

The ultimate aim for all RRANA members is to release their charges back into the wild. RRANA's licence does not mean that members can keep the animals in care permanently.

RRANA: Caring for our local wildlife

Licence No. MWL000100241
Charity No. 11964
Incorporated No. Y1559214
ABN 87110651513

RRANA Objectives

The aims and objectives of RRANA Inc are to:

  • rescue and care for sick, injured, orphaned and displaced native wildlife with the intention of returning them to the wild.
  • provide training to volunteers in all aspects of wildlife rehabilitation.
  • advise the community on solutions to assist wildlife in an emergency setting.
  • raise public awareness of Australia’s unique wildlife and its diverse habitat requirements through education via social media.
  • operate an efficient wildlife organisation in the Far West of NSW which can be contacted for animal rescue at any time.

Acknowledge traditional owners

'In the spirit of reconciliation RRANA acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of country throughout Australia and their connections to land, sea and community. We pay our respect to their Elders past and present and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples today.'