Our shelters offer accommodation and care for abandoned, neglected, sick and surrendered animals. Home Who we are Locations Shelters Coffs Harbour Shelter Who we are About RSPCA NSW Locations Shelters Blue Mountains Shelter (Katoomba) Coffs Harbour Shelter Hunter Shelter Sydney Shelter (Yagoona) Illawarra Shelter Central West (Orange) Shelter Veterinary Hospitals Sydney Veterinary Hospital (Yagoona) Hunter Veterinary Hospital (Rutherford) Broken Hill Veterinary Hospital Care Centres Care Centre Tuggerah Petbarn Alexandria Bondi Junction Bathurst Belrose Brookvale Campbelltown Caringbah Castle Hill Casula Chatswood Coffs Harbour Double Bay Dubbo Gladesville Hoxton Park Katoomba Mittagong Neutral Bay Newcastle West Nowra North Parramatta Orange Penrith Homemaker Centre Port Macquarie Punchbowl Rozelle Rutherford Shellharbour Strathfield Tamworth West Gosford West Ryde Wetherill Park Menai Narrabeen Blacktown Marsden Park Branches and Support Teams Albury Volunteer Branch Armidale Volunteer Branch Bathurst Volunteer Branch Blue Mountains Volunteer Branch Broken Hill Volunteer Branch Snowy Monaro Volunteer Branch Central West Supporter Group Eurobodalla Volunteer Branch Glen Innes Volunteer Branch Goulburn Volunteer Branch Gunnedah Volunteer Branch Hunter Supporter Group Illawarra Volunteer Branch Inverell Volunteer Branch Shoalhaven Volunteer Branch Orange Supporter Group Port Macquarie Volunteer Branch Sydney Auxiliary Volunteer Branch Tamworth Volunteer Branch Taree Supporter Group Tenterfield Supporter Group The Board Strategic Plan Careers at RSPCA NSW Community Animal Operations Support Services Fundraising RSPCA Policies Legislation SheltersBlue Mountains Shelter (Katoomba) Coffs Harbour Shelter Hunter Shelter Sydney Shelter (Yagoona) Illawarra Shelter Central West (Orange) Shelter Coffs Harbour Shelter RSPCA NSW shelters will be closed from December 25th 2021 to December 28, 2021, and January 1 to January 3rd 2022 * Our Coffs Harbour Shelter provides care, shelter and veterinary treatment to abandoned, injured, neglected and sick animals. Animals arriving at shelters come from a variety of sources, including those: handed in as an injured or sick stray seized by an inspector under the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act 1979 surrendered by an owner The shelter promotes, supports and facilitates animal adoptions, it also runs one-on-one dog training sessions for pet owners. In addition, it acts as the holding facility for Coffs Harbour City Council. The team also trains rehabilitated dogs from pounds, rescue groups and other shelters, and prepares them for adoption. All animals suitable for adoption can be found here. Where we are Contact Details 25 Dowsett Drive Coffs Harbour, NSW, 2450 Phone: (02) 6651 3311 Opening Hours Tuesday to Sunday 10.00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. Closed Mondays and public holidays Shelter FAQsDo you accept stray animals? Our shelters do not have the means to accept uninjured stray animals. If you find an uninjured stray animal, you will be referred to your local council pound. Where can I see all animals available for adoption? You can see all animals available for adoption here. Why do you charge adoption fees? Animals available for adoption have undergone a comprehensive veterinary check and have undergone any other veterinary treatment and rehabilitation necessary. The adoption fee helps cover part of these costs and allows RSPCA NSW to continue caring for animals in need.