The objects of TORRN are to conserve native turtles by –
Co-ordinating the rescue, rehabilitation release of turtles affected and displaced by habitat loss.
Developing guidelines and codes of practice for rescue, rehabilitation and release to maximise the welfare outcomes for native turtles, to ensure that every turtle receives professional and compassionate care.
Acting as an independent advisory Body to all levels of Government, business and the community on turtle rescue and rehabilitation.
Inspiring the next generation by informing them about our work and the plight of native turtles.
Acquiring and disseminating accurate and up-to-date information on all aspects of turtle rescue, rehabilitation, and release protocols for wildlife rehabilitators, volunteers and the community.
Collaborating with rehabilitators, researchers and veterinarians to increase the knowledge base for this species.
Operating on a not-for-profit basis.
Establishing and maintaining a public fund to be called the Turtle Oblonga Public Fund for the specific purpose of supporting the environmental aims of Turtle Oblonga Rescue and Rehabilitation Network Inc.
If you find a sick or injured turtle, please contact one of our emergency turtle rescue numbers
Perth metropolitan areas East 0424 727 411 South 0424 727 624 North 0414 476 867
Perth regional areas Albany 0428 984 445 Margaret River 0438 813 919 Busselton 0437 910 054