Help us save our Australian Tree kangaroos.


Protect our forests.

For now, and for the generations after us and you will protect all of the special animals in them.



We are a non-profit organisation that rescues and rehabilitates, orphaned, injured or displaced tree kangaroos for release back into the wild or for life in captivity as breeding animals for education and conservation in Zoos.

We also wish to educate the public and increase awareness of Australian tree kangaroo conservation and the threats that bring them into care such as dogs and cars.

Our Vision is to assist in the prevention of the extinction of Tree kangaroos.


Donate now Via paypal or Direct Debit to help us

Rescue , Rehabilitate and Release Orphaned , Injured and displaced and blind Lumholtz Tree Kangaroos.

All Donations go directly to the Tree Roo's In the way of food , equipment , medical supplies , veterinary Bills and more.

Please give generously to help us save these incredible animals. 


Each year we hold a special week called 

Tree Roo Awareness Week

the 4th week in May

starting on the weekend of the Malanda Markets

2019 we hope to hold a big event as well as having a market stall and other things happening

Watch this space for updates

Get Involved

Wish to help?

you can by


fundraising on our behalf


sponsoring a tree kangaroo

following us on FB and

spreading the word


please fill out this form and email to us at

Adopt a tree roo

Great gift idea for xmas or birthdays

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We have 2 new joeys in care at the moment

Bonnie and Jilly

Check out photos on our facebook page

Lumholtz tree Kangaroos are NOT nocturnal, they are cathemeral, active day and night

So please look out for them while driving at ALL times, especially near rainforest

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Please Keep you dogs fenced in at all times as they WILL chase tree kangaroos and may harm them

it doesnt matter how well trained they are 

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If you find an injured or dispaced

Tree Kangaroo

please ring us immediately


get someone to stay and watch, as they disappear very quickly and then we wont be able to help



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