Are you looking to support our work with a bequest?
If so, our ABN is 47 310 462 916
We sincerely THANK YOU.
OUR WILDLIFE NEEDS YOUR HELP Please sign our petition to request the Dog and Cat management board review and amend the Act of 1995, requiring cats to be contained to the owners property 24/7. This will protect cats and our wildlife. Please print, sign and share-
Please return the completed petitions to Minton Farm 455 Cherry Gardens Road, Cherry Gardens, SA, 5157 by 30th September 2021. Thank you.
Would you like Mondays off from cooking Dinner during September?
Then come along to the Belair Hotel!
For every meal purchased in the Main Bar Belair Hotel
$5 will be DONATED to Minton Farm during their SUPPORT LOCAL month!
Below is our new Echidna, Wombat and Raptor facility funded by the
Foundation for National Park and Wildlife, Local Hero Grant. 2020.
Want to Donate and support Minton Farm?
Simply click the Donate Button and follow the prompts:
Minton Farm Animal Rescue Centre is a not for profit organisation providing a free community service to rehabilitate and release injured and orphaned native animals and birds brought to the Centre, located in Cherry Gardens SA.
No collection service is provided.
Approx 300 orphaned and injured animals and birds are housed throughout 6 acres of onsite facilities. Minton Farm Native Animal Rescue Centre is owned and managed by Mrs. Bev Langley. Over 13,200 injured and orphaned creatures have been housed onsite that have been referred to the Centre by Councils, Cleland Wildlife, Adelaide Zoo and 18 Vets.
Work has begun to level the site to build the enclosures in preparation for concreting.
Echidna, reptile and raptor pre release enclosure.
Animals rescued include: kangaroos, possums, echidnas, koalas, wombats, and lizards.
Birds rescued include: kookaburras,Tawny frogmouth, magpies, owls, hawks, eagles, lorikeets, rosellas and large parrots to name a few.
Minton Farm is deeply grateful for their assistance to build the
A National Wildlife Heros Grant supported by Foundation for National Parks and Wildlife has been secured to build a facility to assist wildlife impacted by bushfire.