WA's wildlife rescuers!

WA Wildlife (formerly Native ARC) provides medical care and rehabilitation services for approximately 4,000 injured, sick and orphaned native wildlife each year, alongside a range of education services on the importance of biodiversity and environmental sustainability to support the conservation of native flora and fauna.

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Thanks to your Lotto ticket, a Lotterywest grant of $1,469,524 has has helped equip the WA Wildlife Hospital in Bibra Lake!

The grant has gone towards the fit out and development of a native animal hospital and related volunteer and wildlife care areas, including building the capacity of the hospital to over 10,000 animals per year - enhancing wildlife rehabilitation and education in WA. That’s the Ticket!

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WA's wildlife rescuers!

WA's wildlife rescuers!

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A$7,217

Towards a freely accessible and family friendly Christmas street carnival event for the community of Wagin.

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Beating heart of arts

Beating heart of arts

The Stirling Street Arts Centre has provided low-cost art and craft activities to the South West for over 32 years.

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A$243,756

Towards a community awareness campaign and evaluation costs to support end-of-life planning.

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Every year we give grants to Western Australian community organisations who provide services, support and inspiration to make this already great state, greater. If you think you’re one of those, click below to find out how to apply.

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