Val Salmon of  Wombat Fauna and Rescue has lived in the Ceduna and Nullarbor areas all of her life. Time spent in these areas growing up developed a robust love in her of  the local native wildlife which  in those days  were quite numerous. From her early teens Valerie had many young charges (animals)of different varieties. birds Wombats Kangaroos Emu’s and even a Dingo called Nulla. The Idea of setting up a rescue center  here in the Ceduna area stemmed from a number of reasons Due to the sealing of highways there has been a major increase of car and truck related deaths maimings and blunt traumas to the wild native populations of animals  especially on the Nullarbor side of Ceduna.  The amount of baby animals left motherless  told us that  there will always  be a need for native animal care in this area and to us. The solution was simple ;  form a not for profit organisation now called  Wombat Fauna and Rescue and to take care of as many of the young animals as possible.

About Wombat Fauna and Rescue

Val Salmon of  Wombat Fauna and Rescue has lived in the Ceduna and Nullarbor areas all of her life. Time spent in these areas growing up developed a robust love in her of  the local native wildlife which  in those days  were quite numerous. From her early teens Valerie had many young charges (animals)of different varieties. birds Wombats Kangaroos Emu’s and even a Dingo called Nulla. The Idea of setting up a rescue center  here in the Ceduna area stemmed from a number of reasons Due to the sealing of highways there has been a major increase of car and truck related deaths maimings and blunt traumas to the wild native populations of animals  especially on the Nullarbor side of Ceduna.  The amount of baby animals left motherless  told us that  there will always  be a need for native animal care in this area and to us. The solution was simple ;  form a not for profit organisation now called  Wombat Fauna and Rescue and to take care of as many of the young animals as possible.

About Wombat Fauna and Rescue

Val Salmon of  Wombat Fauna and Rescue has lived in the Ceduna and Nullarbor areas all of her life. Time spent in these areas growing up developed a robust love in her of  the local native wildlife which  in those days  were quite numerous. From her early teens Valerie had many young charges (animals)of different varieties. birds Wombats Kangaroos Emu’s and even a Dingo called Nulla. The Idea of setting up a rescue center  here in the Ceduna area stemmed from a number of reasons Due to the sealing of highways there has been a major increase of car and truck related deaths maimings and blunt traumas to the wild native populations of animals  especially on the Nullarbor side of Ceduna.  The amount of baby animals left motherless  told us that  there will always  be a need for native animal care in this area and to us. The solution was simple ;  form a not for profit organisation now called  Wombat Fauna and Rescue and to take care of as many of the young animals as possible.

About Wombat Fauna and Rescue