Members' Marketplace

Wildlife rehabilitators are unfunded, relying on sporadic grants, donations and grass-roots fundraising to carry out their lifesaving work. Many of our members sell wildlife related products to fund their wildlife work. We provide this page as a facility to our members to advertise their products.  (To see the list of items that WAWRC has available, please visit our market page here)

WAWRC encourages our members to participate in this market, and will provide the facilities to keep this up and running. Members who would like to advertise their products online should contact us by clicking on "contact" on the menu above. We provide this service in good faith, we are not in a position to provide any warranty in relation to the goods advertised in these pages. If you have any issues or problems, please let us know, so that we can review the listing.

For all enquiries, costs and purchases, please contact the seller direct.

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Bottle-Teat-Syringe brushes

Member Pauline is selling sets of four bottle-teat-syringe brushes. Cost per set is $6.40 posted.

Note: The syringe is only included for scale

Contact m: 0418 843 928

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Turtle-Themed Jewellery

Member group, the Turtle Oblonga Network, is selling a range of fund-raising turtle-themed jewellery. By purchasing from their modestly priced range if items you are assisting in the rescue and rehabilitation of Oblong Turtles whilst obtaining something in return. To see the full range, please visit their website.

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Perth Fauna Supplies

Member Dianne has 1, 10, 20 and 50-60ml BasikŪ syringes available for sale, along with orange syringe caps, 12ml curved tip syringes and Mikki-type silicone syringe teats.

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Ultimate Joey Bags

Member Lesley's luxurious Hanging Bags and padded Mum inserts are the ultimate joey bags.

Just looking at the two comfortable customers on the left is sufficient endorsement.

The Hanging Bags and Mums come in two sizes, and are available in a range of colours and fabrics. Smaller Mums are available for Possums and pouches can be made to order.

Contact w: Find Pouched Life on Facebook
            m: 0417 850 011


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Ringtail Possum Care Manual

WAWRC member and President of the Possum Centre in Busselton, Uta, has recently published Care Manual: Rehabilitation of Western Ringtail Possums.

Uta specialises in the care of Western Ringtail Possums and imparts her extensive knowledge in this quality production.

This comprehensive A5 size, 56 page, full colour manual is a much needed resource which addresses a scarcity of information on the care of these unique West Australian animals.

This manual is packed with a wealth of information, with each chapter designed as a stand-alone unit. This manual will be of interest to both experienced and new rehabilitators. Particularly useful are the practical tips along with the all important information about suppliers of the equipment and specialist milk formulas.

Contact p: (08) 9754 2956
           m: 0420-939890



Burston Blues Teats

Burston Blues
In an Australian first, WAWRC members Jo and Glen are manufacturing Silicone Kangaroo Teats - Burston Blues - as a fundraiser for their centre.

They wanted a longer-lasting teat which felt closer to a kangaroo’s teat in feel and texture. The 2 and 3 ply food-grade silicone teats are available in all sizes.

The teats have been trialled over the last six months by a number of carers with the 3 ply teats still not showing signs of wear. No more holes or stretching after only a few weeks of use by older joeys. As the teats retain their shape they can be interchanged between animals; no more tanties when joey doesn’t get “his/her” own teat.

None of the joeys so far have had a problem with the colour of the teats,although the carers have been surprised, even shocked by the colour which is a dark blue. 

Contact m: 0409 086 973


Aba Bird Restraint (Temporarily out of stock)

WAWRC’s Treasurer Nancy, who is a raptor rehabilitator, can supply fabric bird restraints which are ideal for dangerous birds like raptors and owls, or when you’re working alone with any large bird.

The birds' wrists are slipped into the pockets of the Aba* and the elastic tape is then wrapped firmly around the tarsi and tied in place. This short-term treatment restraint does not restrict the bird’s breathing or damage plumage, and minimises handling.

*Arabic word meaning cloak


Contact p: (08) 9756 0669