Support from and for our local community

As a non for profit organisation, we appreciate all the support that we receive from our local community.  These are some of the people who are able to support us, and whom we in our turn have been able to support.

Brisbane City Council

Brisbane City Council have given our group a grant to enable us to purchase long  and short arm pruners, along with some extension loppers.  The members will use this equipment to forage for our wildlife.

Thank you, Brisbane City Council.


Bunnings, Brown's Plains  

Brisbane Motor Bodies

Brisbane Motor Bodies placed a new roof on our trailer, moved the release hatch, and replaced the jockey wheel.  They very kindly did all of this from the goodness of their hearts, to support our wildlife. 

To Richard and the team, thank you very much.  

Brisbane Motor Bodies,

21-23 Burke St., WOOLOONGABBA   4102



Community Sustainability Action Grants

Corporate Governance and Operations

Department of Environment and Science

ONARR received a grant from the Communuity Sustainability Action Group, Corporate Governance and Operations, Department of Environment and Science to purchase gear for our Bat Carers.  We purchased Bat Maxes, feeding equipment, teats, cleaning equipment and hanging stands plus some wonderful carry cages for our carers.  Thank you DES. 


Brisbane City Council

Brisbane City Council have been great supporters of our group through their Community grants.  The Brisbane City Council has supported us to purchase a release trailer.

They have also supported our carers with funds from grants to purchase wildlife caring equipment.  Thank you, Brisbane City Council.


A big thank you to Bunnings at Brown's Plains for allowing us to raise funds for our wildlife through hosting BBQ's at their store.  


Logan City Council 


Logan City Council approved a grant to ONARR to pay for the cost of building a new flying-fox release aviary at Logan Reserve.  The Logan Council donated $9000.00 to assist us in having this aviary built.  The aviary is finished and in full use.  Thank you, Logan City Council, for your generous and much needed support . 



WIRES who are based in NSW gave ONARR a grant to purchased some mobile fencing for macropods, bedding materials, seed and lorikeet mix for our wildlife who had been doing it tough due to the drought in Qld.  Thank you, WIRES, your support is much appreciated.