Bobtails released after successful rehabilitation
32 bobtail skinks were released back into the wild today after six weeks in care at Kanyana Wildlife.
Peak Body Applauds Kanyana for Woylie Work
Kanyana Wildlife has won more recognition for its work with native fauna, this time the critically endangered Woylie.
Inaugural Kanyana Address and Dinner Friday 15/4/16
Strong community support was evident at the Inaugural Kanyana Address and Dinner held in the delightful French Garden at Masonmill Garden Restaurant in Carmel on Friday 15th April.
Discover Kanyana Day 1 May 2016
Visit our wildlife hospital and Discovery Centre, listen to presentations from guest speakers, meet our animals and have fun!
Inaugural Kanyana Address and Dinner
Celebrate Kanyana’s successes and learn about the contribution our organisation provides to the community.
This Valentine’s Day, experience close encounters with native animals, visit our Wildlife Hospital and explore interactive displays in our Discovery Centre. Find out more about our bilby and woylie breeding programs, and what we do to make them a success.
Become a Volunteer
There is a job for everyone over the age of 16 years at Kanyana. Hard working volunteers look after more than 2600 animals every year, and then there is the education team, enrichment, transport, maintenance, gardening and more! You don’t need any experience to volunteer. Click here to register for the information night.