Northern Tablelands Wildlife Carers
Volunteer rescue and rehabilitation of native wildlife

Northern Tablelands Wildlife Carers is a dedicated group of volunteers who rescue, rehabilitate and release native wildlife in the Northern Tablelands region of New South Wales.

Our aim is to rescue and rehabilitate native animals across the Northern Tablelands region of NSW, provide local support network of skilled wildlife carers and to work with landholders in the wider areas of education, research, habitat, revegetation and release sites.

The organisation is licensed under the National Parks and Wildlife Service.: Licence No. MWL000100242

  • About NTWC

    About NTWC

    Northern Tablelands Wildlife Carers is a network of trained volunteer wildlife carers, licensed by NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service. Read More
  • Rescue


    Rescue of wildlife in distress from accident or attack, and emergency advice offered if you find native fauna needing assistance. Read More
  • Donate to help our work

    Donate to help our work

    We're a group of volunteers who work for the love of wildlife. Donations over $2 are tax-deductible and help us with our work for Australian wildlife. Read More
  • Resources


    Codes of Practice and other Guidelines ensure our group maintains the highest standard of care for all wildlife during rehabilitation. Read More
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Donate to Specific Causes

  • Possum Box

    Possum Box

    By installing possum boxes in suitable locations, we can release rehabilitated possums into familiar territories, safe in the knowledge that they will have a place to call home. Read More
  • Bat Creche Placement

    Bat Creche Placement

    In order to ensure a rehabilitated bat has the best chance at survival, it must spend four weeks or more in a managed creche enclosure in which it learns to live independently and socialise with other bats. Read More
  • Macropod Milk

    Macropod Milk

    Up to four different specialised milk formulas may be required to meet the needs of an orphaned joey while in care, which may be for more than 12 months. Help us with the milk bill for our joeys. Read More
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