Visit wildlife centre, help raise money for rescue ambulance: Kaarakin Conservation Centre

The EPA will assess whether 96 potential black cockatoo habitat trees are in danger from the Thornlie-Cockburn Metronet link.
The EPA will assess whether 96 potential black cockatoo habitat trees are in danger from the Thornlie-Cockburn Metronet link.

PEOPLE will get the opportunity to meet the resident emus, kangaroos and dingoes when the Kaarakin Conservation Centre in Martin opens its doors on October 17 and 18.

The centre only opens twice a year to the public and this time they doing it to help fund a new cockatoo rescue ambulance.

The major focus of the centre is to save the threatened black cockatoo but they also house kangaroos, wallabies and dingoes.

The centre is trying to get together $50,000 in order to fund the ambulance.

Although located in Martin, the centre does rescues and releases from Yanchep to Mandurah.

If anyone wishes to donate, they can go to chuffed.org/project/ kaarakinrescuefunding2.

Anyone interested in going must book a tour of the centre by emailing fundraising@kaarakin .com or call Lisa on 0403 920 605.

All money raised goes to the threatened species at the centre.