The main focus of this wildlife centre is a commitment to the protection and welfare of native wildlife. Sick, injured, orphaned and displaced wildlife receive medical treatment in the newly built wildlife hospital, and are then rehabilitated and eventually released back into the wild. Patients include Echidnas, Bobtails, Quendas, Red Kangaroos and birds such as the Tawny Frogmouth and Lorikeet. Orphaned babies, such as Bandicoots and Possums, receive specialized care in the nurseries. The successful Bilby captive breeding and reintroduction program at the centre was started in response to the declining Bilby population on the Peron Peninsula. Several species of native animals are under threat, including the endangered Boodie, Woylie, Red Tailed Black Cockatoo, Western Barred Bandicoot and Bilby. Be a part of the solution by participating in the rehabilitation, captive breeding and education programs at this Western Australia wildlife rehabilitation centre.