The KPC Wildlife Orphanage and Sanctuary is situated on a peaceful, bushland property in Dural, in Sydney's north-west. The sanctuary was established in 1976 by Marjorie Wilson (OAM) [Click to see Full Story] as a place to raise and rehabilitate orphaned or injured native wildlife. KPC is also home to many animals that are unable to be released due to their injuries and require permanent care. The sanctuary spans over more than 40 acres of pristine conservation bush land and provides a safe-haven for numerous wildlife species including macropods, possums, gliders and other marsupials, birds, reptiles, amphibians and insects
There is a purpose-built environmental education centre on the property which is available for hire to community groups, businesses and individuals. Regular wildlife training courses are also held at the sanctuary. KPC is run entirely by volunteers and is funded solely by donations from the public. If you would like to donate, find out more information or even volunteer at the sanctuary's monthly working bees, please don't hesitate to contact us.