Sick or injured wildlife
Any issues related to sick or injured native wildlife should be directed to the Wildcare Helpline. This helpline is managed by the Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions.Swooping magpies
Magpies usually begin swooping during the breeding season (August to October).
Find out about living with magpies by visiting the Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions.Snakes
If you see a snake on your property or a public place, please contact one of the following experienced wildlife relocators.
|Mitch McSweeney||0437 739 796||Donation required|
|Mike Butcher||9725 3377 or 0428 193 252||Charges apply|
|Simon Johnston||0448 990 699||Donation required|
|Rob Pettit||0438 907 981||Charges for petrol|
Important note: For your safety, do not try to remove the snake yourself or aggravate it. Many snake bites occur due to people attempting to remove the snake themselves. If bitten please seek medical advice immediately by calling 000.Swarming bees
If you discover a swarm of bees, please contact an experienced professional below.
Important note: For your safety, avoid the area in the immediate vicinity of the swarm and do not aggravate or provoke the bees in any way. Do not attempt to dislodge or remove the swarm.
Deceased animal in a public place
|Graeme Moore||0428 938 948|
|Bigfoot Pest Control||0419 905 273|
|Kelly Peak||0448 168 909 or 0419 951 163|
If you find a deceased animal in a public place, please contact us and arrangements will be made for its removal.