Native Animal Network

The Native Animal Network not only aims to save injured and orphaned native animals, but they also aspire to provide a point of contact for members and the general public seeking advice on native animal care. They also facilitate placement of orphaned and injured animals to a safe environment, in keeping with the Network policy of non-release of hand reared animals (as per National Parks and Wildlife Rescue Permit conditions).

If you see a kangaroo and it is not injured, you can contact the Native Animal Network who will be able to assist or you can leave the kangaroo and it should find its way back into the hills.


Nairne 8388 6944 or 0412 095 444

Littlehampton 8398 3117 or 0411 102 763

Material from the NANSA website. Please visit the NANSA website for more information.

Sick or injured wildlife

If you find a sick or injured wild animal including kangaroos, contact your nearest veterinarian or wildlife carer organisation as soon as possible so that it may receive appropriate treatment. Wild animals become stressed by handling, so you should seek expert advice before handling an injured animal. Try to minimise the amount of exposure the injured animal has to people and loud noises. Do not attempt to feed or treat it unless you have specialist knowledge or training.


RSPCA SA: 8231 6931

Please visit the RSPCA website for more information.

Alternatively, please contact Fauna Rescue of South Australia Inc. Fauna Rescue is South Australia’s largest wildlife organisation caring for sick, injured and orphaned wildlife. They are a volunteer, non-profit organisation and care of sick, injured and orphaned wildlife.

Wildlife Hotline: 8289 0896

Please visit the Fauna Rescue of South Australia Inc. website for more information.