Australian Marine Wildlife Research & Rescue Organisation (AMWRRO)

Australian Marine Wildlife Research & Rescue Organisation (AMWRRO)

formerly Project Dolphin Safe and South Australian Seabird Rescue

Organisation Address
Torrens Island via Grand Trunk Way Gillman, SA 5960
Organisation Phone
08 8262 5452
Organisation Phone
0411 057 551
Organisation Email
PO Box 2390 Port Adelaide, SA 5015
Hours:
Volunteering hours 8am - 4pm (closed to general public)
Contact:
President, Aaron Machado
Fees:
Membership fee
AMWRRO is the only organisation in SA licensed to rescue marine wildlife. AMWRRO's rehabilitation facility, located on Torrens Island, is the first of its kind in Australia, a natural rehabilitation facility, that houses hundreds of marine animals each year.
Information
Services
  • Animal welfare - members patrol Port River and rescue dolphins and other marine wildlife
  • Volunteering - members can elect to become volunteers as assist with rescues, water or land based operational crew
  • Training - members receive in house training for marine wildlife and rehabilitation methods is offered to members
  • Education and community awareness - conducts community awareness campaigns, school visits
Last updated: 17/09/2017
Information provided by: Port Adelaide Enfield Council

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