Lamb Care Australia rehabilitates and re-homes lambs to give them a second chance at life.

Meet Our Latest Lambs

Archy and Charlie Brown

Nathan and Nancy

Henrie and Aida

What We Do

Millions of lambs die on Australian farms every year within 48 hours after birth. Ewes, particularly in the case of those with twins or triplets, can struggle to care for all their lambs. This is due to no fault of their own but to the lack of sufficient shelter on farms from extreme weather conditions and the industry’s selective breeding for multiple births.

Lamb Care Australia
Lamb Care Australia

How You Can Help

Lamb Care Australia relies heavily on its network of volunteers. You can help us by getting involved in and of the following areas:

Companion Animal Rescue Awards 2022


Major Financial Supporter

Lamb Care Australia acknowledges support provided by the Victorian Government Community Support Fund.

Meet our Patron

Philip Wollen OAM

“To be the Patron of Lamb Care Australia lifts my spirits, a joy profoundly felt by its volunteers and supporters as well.

The gentle face of an innocent rescued lamb reminds me of all that is still beautiful in a harsh and pitiless world.

And the sight of her rescuers nearby consoles me.

Against all odds, compassion for the most powerless beats strongest in the bravest of human hearts”. – Philip Wollen

Read more about Philip on our Patron Page

Lamb Care Australia

Major Financial Supporters

Contact Us

We would love to hear from you – please use this form to contact us.

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0468 841 870

PO Box 7037 Hawthorn North 3122

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