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Womabtised Newsletters

April 2022

February 2022

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December 2021

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October 2021

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August 2021

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June 2021

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April 2021

Please note that our newsletters will now be bi-monthly, but don't worry, they will still be full of interesting stories, fun facts, and the adventures of our team over the past two months

April 2022

Horrific Flooding State Wide

With this persistant rain our volunteers have been working 24/7 to keep our wildlife safe from the dangers of flood water. Many of our compounds are flooded and local burrows are underwater, as well as damage from falling trees, road closures and mudslides in surrounding areas. We continue to work through the rain to ensure the welfare of the animals under our care.

January 2022

The passing of a great man - Brendan Akhurst

We are saddened to say that thePresident of Wombatised, Brendan Akurst, has lost his courageous battle with cancer.

Brendan was a much loved friend and valued memeber of Wombatised. He always spoke for the animals and could lighten the mood with a much needed joke. He was also an extremely talented artist, often sharing his passion and career with us. He has created beautiful cartoons for our wildife in support of their conservation and preservation. We thank the celestial wombat for bringing him into our lives and miss him deeply.

January 2022

OUR WILDIFE SEMINAR IS BACK!

Join us on SUNDAY MAY 1st at the Mittagong RSL for an educative and infromative day on all things wildlife. Speakers from across the area will share their knoweldge and experiences from years of caring, rescuing, and rehabilitating our native wildlife. As well as perspectives from community leaders and educators.

December 2021

Market Day

Wombatised held two sucessful stalls at the Colo Vale and Berrima Markets throughout December.

Our main goal was to engage with the local community and spread awareness about wildife in our community. We had a great day talking to people about the wildlife in their backyards and what to do if they came across an injured or deceased animal.

We also raised much needed funds for Womabised through the generosity of our local community.

October 2021

WE ARE NOW TAX DEDUCTIBLE!

As of today we have recieved out tax deductability status from the Australian Taxation Office . This means with every donation over $2 you will be provided with a recipit to claim on your taxes.

All donations must be deposited into the Wombatised public fund to recieve a recipit.



For donations only:

A/C name: Wombatised

BSB: 802101

A/ C No. : 100078422

July 2021

The tale of Nici Lane

Nici Lane was found on a wet morning in Joadja at just 1.4kg. Her mother had just been hit by a car and unfortunately died, Nici however was alive but sustained severe injuries. Nici had a compound fracture to her femur from the impact of the accident, she was quickly wisked to Southern Highlands Veterinary Clinic. Her fracture was fixed with an internal pin by the lovely staff at Southern Highlands Vets. She is now on the mend and doing very well! We cannot give enough praise to the good samaritans who stopped to check the pouch and the wonderful hospital team who helped Nici, as well as local carers and residents for their generous donations towards her treatment