Supporting Eagles Nest

IMG_3617 (600x400) (300x300)It costs roughly $60,000 per year to run Eagles Nest, this includes buying food for the animals, medications, vet bills, running costs and maintenance to the aviaries and property…
It is through the support of the local community and public as a whole that we can operate, as we rely greatly on your generous donations!

If you would like to help support Eagles Nest, we greatly appreciate all donations great and small!  Become a Member and receive our quarterly newsletter, or sponsor and name one of the animals!

Please donate today by Paypal:, or use the button below.




Become a Sponsor

You can become a sponsor of an animal –

For 6 months -$70
For 12 months – $120

If you choose an animal that has not yet been named, you can name it! You will receive a Certificate of Sponsorship and our deepest gratitude.  By sponsoring an animal directly, you ensure that the money you send goes directly to the care of that animal, be it for food, medication, vet bills or anything that it requires to rehabilitate and return to the wild…

Sponsorship application form  (please print and complete and email or post back to us)

Become a Member

Annual membership –

If you wish to support Eagles Nest on an annual basis, please join as a member:

Child – $10
Single – $25
Family – $50

Membership application form  (please print and complete and email or post back to us)

To Donate by direct deposit:

Eagles Nest Wildlife Rescue Fund
Bendigo Bank
BSB: 633 000
Acc: 131 680 498

To donate by cheque:

Eagles Nest Wildlife Rescue Fund
PO BOX 282
Ravenshoe QLD 4888

Why Donate to Eagles Nest?

Donations assist us in our work which consists of the rescue, care, rehabilitation and eventual release of the Native Australian animals that come into our care.

Animals come to us from around Far North Queensland.  These are either sick, orphaned or injured, the majority of which occur as a result of road strikes, dog and cat attacks, chemical poisonings, barbed wire entanglements and habitat destruction.

As we have grown and become more well-known for the work we carry out, the number of creatures that need our care is ever increasing. We are the largest caring facility in the region.  In March 2005 we formed a voluntary committee and became incorporated to enable access to grants to improve our facilities.

Grants are usually only for projects of a capital nature, with no monies available for the ever day operating costs of running the Hospital, which are quite substantial.  Our only source  of funding for this part of our operation is from memberships, sponsorships and donations which are tax deductible.

We are a not-for-profit organisation with no paid staff, we run entirely by volunteers, so with generous donations on an ongoing (or once off) basis, the survival of the animals in our care  is very much dependant on the dedicated members of our association to raise funds to keep Eagles Nest sustainable.

There are not many people in Australia who are not concerned about the survival of Australian Native Animals, so please show that your care by donating or becoming a member so that YOU can save an animal through the gift of giving.

All Donations are Tax Deductible


One comment

  1. Hello,

    My name is Kim Gilbert and I came across an article that the owner is giving away this hospital/sanctuary. I am very interested in more details.

    I am a 51 year old soon to be divorced female and my 2 kids are grown. I absolutely love animals and nature and think this would be perfect for me. I am craving something to feed my soul and I would pour everything into preserving what the owner had created.

    I am a RN and work at home doing telephonic case management for Medicare/Medicaid members. Please consider at least speaking with me about this opportunity. I live in Glendale, Arizona.

    Kind Regards,

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