New FAWNA Signage in the MidCoast Council Area

Great news for sick, injured & orphaned animals in the MidCoast Council area.

MidCoast Council has completed the installation of 6 FAWNA roadside advisory signs. These signs will let the public know the right people to call to get help for wildlife. Great news to get the word out in FAWNA’s Southern Area. The signs are located at: 

Coomba Road Signage

Coomba Road

Coomba Road – before village – adjacent to Wallingat National Park

The Lakes Way signage

The Lakes Way

Coomba Road – Close to The Lakes Way

Failford Road Signage

Failford Road

Failford Road – Close to The Lakes Way

Landsdowne Road Signage

Landsdowne Road

Lansdowne Road – close to airport

Wingham Road Signage

Wingham Road

Wingham Road close to Hargraves Drive

Diamond Beach/Blackhead Road Signage

Diamond Beach/Blackhead Road

Intersection of Diamond Beach Road and Blackhead Road

If you see a SICK, Injured or orphaned animal

If you find wildlife in distress, please contact the FAWNA rescue line number on 65814141.

For more information on what to do please see the Emergency first aid page.

Thinking of Joining FAWNA?

If you feel that you would like to join the FAWNA organisation and become Authorised to rescue and or care for wildlife there are three member intakes each year – in February, June and October when Induction Training Courses are held.

More information can be found on our JOIN US page.

Need to contact us for a rescue?

FAWNA can’t take requests for wildlife rescues via the website or Facebook as they aren’t attended to all the time.

If you need to get assistance for a sick, injured or orphaned animal please call our rescue line on 02 6581 4141.

Contact Details

Postal Address: PO Box 218, Wauchope NSW 2446
24 Hour Rescue hotline: 02 6581 4141
Email: fawna.nsw.inc@gmail.com

Via Contact Form

FAWNA is a member of the NSW Wildlife Council, the peak body representing Wildlife carers in NSW.

FAWNA acknowledges Sea Acres National Park and Rainforest Centre’s support in its work with injured and orphaned fauna.

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