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Meg was rescued from the pouch of her deceased mum by wildlife carers.
A month later WILD LIFE Sydney Zoo sponsored the Australian Animal Care and Education group (AACE) to collect Meg from South Australia and take her to her specialized rescue & rehabilitation Centre in central Queensland.
Because Meg was so used to people she was unable to released back into the wild.

The Hairy Nosed Wombat is extinct in NSW & endangered in Qld.


25% of sales from this print will go to Sleepy Burrows Wombat Sanctuary

Situated near Gundaroo – some 35-kilometres northeast of Canberra.

The sanctuary is home to sick, injured, illegal pet and orphaned wombats undergoing rehabilitation.

The wombats are nursed to full health and retaught how to survive in the wild (prior to release).

No wombat is released without the necessary skills to survive in the bush.


Like many other wildlife organisations, they have been impacted by the recent bushfires.

The Sleepy Burrows Wombat Sanctuary, along with Wombat Rescue, are working diligently daily to save whatever creatures survived the horrific bush fires by placing basins of water and food in key areas where they have seen survivors.  Donations and funding mean that they can continue placing as many watering stations as they can, along with food for these desperate animals.


Print Care

This print has been professionally printed with pigment archival inks on smooth silk photo paper.
This paper has high archival qualities, is resistant to yellowing & moisture.

To preserve your photograph we recommend that you frame behind glass in a mount. so the print does not touch the glass.

Meg, Hairy Nosed Wombat


A2: Approx 30 x 40cm, limited edition of 50.

A3: Approx 60 x 40cm, limited edition of 100.

A4: Approx 28 x 20cm, Open Edition.


Framing is not included in price, but custom framing available on request.

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