Save A Horse Australia
Our purpose is to rescue neglected, abused and surrendered horses, and to raise community awareness of the welfare of all horses through education, partnerships and outreach. Our mission is to take in unwanted, neglected, abused and slaughter bound horses, rescue, rehabilitate and rehome to a perfect forever family home.
Adelaide Koala Rescue
Adelaide Koala Rescue has a 24-Hour Koala Rescue service covering north-east, eastern inner city and Adelaide Hills areas including Linear Park and the Mount Lofty Ranges. They work with other agencies to assist with rescuing koalas in conservation parks including Morialta, Black Hill, Anstey Hill, Horsnell Gully, Giles, Cleland and others. All team members are trained and skilled in koala and other wildlife rescue and have South Australian Fauna Permits for the rehabilitation of koalas.
Adelaide Koala Rescue also have professional partnerships with other wildlife rescue groups and sanctuaries around SA who can help with possums and other native fauna species.
For rescues call AKR 24/7 on 0413 185 771
Minton Farm Animal Rescue Centre
Minton Farm Animal Rescue Centre located at Cherry Gardens in the Adelaide Hills region of South Australia, is a non-profit, non-government organization run entirely on community goodwill and volunteer time. The centre has been running successfully since its inception in 1992. Through the tireless efforts of Bev Langley, the centre's owner and manager, Minton Farm has been recognized internationally for the work at the centre with an IFAW award. In 2005 alone the centre was responsible for 597 rescues of animals in need and to date overall has rescued over 11,500 native animals.
Wombat Awareness Organisation
Wombat Awareness Organisation is a non-profit organisation specialising in the rescue, rehabilitation and advocation of the Southern Hairy-nosed Wombat. They aim to develop strategies to keep the wild population healthy, safe and free.
Proudly they are the only free range, cage free wombat sanctuary! A safe home for abused, neglected, unwanted & unreleasable wombats. WAO is Wombatopia :