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The Vege Chip Co. is proud to officially partner with its Gold Coast neighbours, and critical community service, Currumbin Wildlife Hospital.

It is estimated that if 1 in 5 of our customers donate a gold coin, we can raise more than $235,000 in critical funds for Australia’s busiest wildlife hospital. Together, we can make a difference to this vital operation. You can donate here.

To celebrate the great work the Hospital does, we’re giving you the opportunity to name this cute red-necked wallaby joey, a patient at the Hospital. The author of the chosen name will win great prizes including a year’s supply of Vege Chips.


Meet this little, Red-Necked Wallaby Joey.

This poor little Joey’s Mum was sadly hit by a car and is now being treated by the team at Currumbin Wildlife Hospital. After a full workup/medical assessment the Joey will go into foster care before being released back out into the wild. The vet team will pour all their efforts into saving every precious life. Currumbin Wildlife Hospital’s mission is to treat, rehabilitate and release wildlife. Get well soon!

For the chance to name this adorable wallaby joey (and take home a year’s supply of Vege Chips and a Currumbin Wildlife Hospital VIP pack valued at over $650), tell us in 25 words or less below what your proposed name is and why you’ve chosen it.

Enter Competition

    This is a game of skill (not a game of chance), so get your thinking caps on and give us your most quirky and creative suggestions!

    Entries close at 11.59pm on May 31 2024. The winner will be contacted in early June.


    Did you know that the Currumbin Wildlife Hospital has experienced a 20 per cent increase in animal patient admissions around bushfire zones?

    In fact, 2020 saw almost 13,800 animals – including over 600 koalas – come through the hospital. It’s now the busiest wildlife hospital in the country.

    As an environmentally-friendly and community-minded company, Vege Chips is not only providing financial support as a company but also calling on our customers to help the facility directly.

    Keep an eye out for changes to our multipacks, with new packaging set to hit shelves over the coming weeks. This will include a QR code with a direct link to donate, as well as the opportunity to name baby animal patients from Currumbin Wildlife Hospital on a quarterly basis.

    We estimate that if just one in five of our customers donated a gold coin equivalent, together we can raise more than $235,000 in critical funds over just 12 months. Together, we can make a serious difference to this vital operation.

    Happy snacking, and happy saving our precious native wildlife.

    Chippy The Cygnet

    Meet Chippy the Cygnet – an orphan baby swan – who was a patient at Currumbin Wildlife Hospital on the Gold Coast. Chippy is one of almost 14,000 wildlife patients that are treated, rehabilitated and released at the hospital each year. There are 273 different species that enter through the doors of Currumbin Wildlife Hospital each year.

    Soon, Chippy will grow up into a Black Swan. Did you know the Black Swan is the only entirely black-coloured swan in the world? Black Swans are also vegetarians and like to eat algae and weeds. Black Swans pair for life, with both adults raising one brood per season.

    We need to keep our environment clean so that cygnets like Chippy and other wildlife aren't at risk of swallowing hooks or plastic. Also, if you see a Black Swan in the wild, please don't feed it, it's best that these animals find their food the natural way.

    Meet Chippy the Cygnet, a patient at the Currumbin Wildlife Hospital

    Meet Chippy the Cygnet, a patient at the Currumbin Wildlife Hospital.

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    Another adorably cute patient at the Currumbin Wildlife Hospital.


    The Currumbin Wildlife Hospital opened its doors 32 years ago and has grown to be one of the busiest wildlife hospitals in the world, with 2020 the busiest year on record. While the services are provided free of charge to the community, the hospital relies on community donations to continue its vital work.

    Please join the fight to help save endangered native wildlife. To make a donation head to