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Moggill Koala Hospital

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Moggill Koala Hospital

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Moggill QLD, Australia

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The Moggill Koala Rehabilitation Centre (previously known as the Moggill Koala Hospital) was opened in 1991 by the Queensland Government in response to public concern about the increasing number of injured and diseased koalas found in South East Queensland.

The centre is run by the Department of Environment and Science (DES) for the rehabilitation of sick, injured and orphaned koalas. The centre operates 365 days of the year but is not open to the public.

The centre is part of a network of wildlife facilities which includes:

RSPCA Queensland Wildlife Hospital
Currumbin Wildlife Hospital
Australia Zoo Wildlife Hospital.

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