Kangaroo Island Wildlife Park has over 150 species of Native Australian wildllife and over 600 animals.
BUSHFIRE UPDATE: Posted on the Kangaroo Island Wildlife Park Facebook page on January 11, 2020.
As many of you know Kangaroo Island was once again ravaged by severe fires on Thursday. We are so so incredibly thankful to our team of five amazing family and friends who stayed behind at the park to defend our animals and home. Owner Sam, his Dad and Brother, owner Danas Dad and our manager Billy. The fires burnt severely at them from several sides and somehow we were lucky enough to come out the other side of this horrifying night safe. Thank you to everyone for your messages and donations. We have been without power since then and only had phone service restored this afternoon to begin replying and post an update, we will get back to everyone as we can. Many of the burn victims who came in prior to this fire are doing great and expected to make a full recovery. We have since had more arrive from both the previous fires and the new ones. We are and will continue to work around the clock with our dedicated teams to help as many of these guys as we can ❤ We are currently closed due to road blocks and active fires but will reopen as soon as possible.
Support Kangaroo Island Wildlife Park, by donating so they can treat the large number of koala and animals coming into their care.
Donate at https://www.gofundme.com/f/help-save-kangaroo-islands-koalas-and-wildlife.