Animal Emergency Service – Tanawha

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431 Tanawha Tourist Dr, Tanawha QLD 4556
07 5445 1333
tanawha@aes.email
Mon – Thu 5:30pm to 8am
Weekends: Fri 5:30pm until Mon 8am
Public Holidays: 24 Hours

No appointment required.

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431 Tanawha Tourist Dr, Tanawha QLD 4556
07 5445 1333
tanawha@aes.email
Mon – Thu 5:30pm to 8am
Weekends: Fri 5:30pm until Mon 8am
Public Holidays: 24 Hours

No appointment required.

How to find us

Animal Emergency Service Tanawha is your after hours emergency vet on the Sunshine Coast.

In a handy location to the surrounding suburbs of:

  • Sippy Downs
  • Chevallum
  • Buderim
  • Mooloolaba
  • Palmview
  • Forest Glen

The hospital is easily accessible from the Sunshine Motorway.

Directions from the North
    • Take exit 25 from the Sunshine Motorway towards Tanawha Forest Glen Tourist Drive/Buderim.
    • At the end of the exit, turn right onto Sippy Downs Drive over the Sunshine Motorway overpass.
    • Continue straight (Sippy Downs Drive turns into Tanawha Tourist Drive) and take the next right onto Kirby Court (BP will be on your left, and we are located where you will see a yellow sign with the word VET in all black).

Landmarks you’ll see: BP Service Station, UltraTune Auto Service Centre, Chancellor Park Veterinary Surgery

  • Our driveway is on your next right.
Directions from the South
  • Take exit 194 from the Bruce Highway (M1).
  • Continue straight on the Sunshine Motorway and take exit 25 towards Tanawha Tourist Drive/Buderim (there is a brown tourist road sign marking the exit).
  • Take the left-hand slip lane onto Tanawha Tourist Drive for 120m and take the next right onto Kirby Court (BP will be on your left, and on the right, you will see a yellow sign with the word VET in all black where we are located).
  • The driveway to the premises is your next right.

Landmarks you’ll see: BP Service Station, UltraTune Auto Service Centre, Chancellor Park Veterinary Surgery

After hours vet helping pets on the Sunshine Coast

Since opening in 2014, hundreds of pet owners in the local community have trusted Dr Matt Rosen and our team of vets and nurses with their pets.

If you’re ever feeling anxious or worried about your pet’s health, come on down and see us.

When your pet is discharged from the hospital, we will pass on your pet’s medical history to your vet, so they can update your pet’s medical records and access any test results they need for your pet’s ongoing care.

What we do at Animal Emergency Service Tanawha

We are familiar with the lush thick forest and beautiful beach areas on the Sunshine Coast, having seen a variety of patient conditions such as:

  • Tick paralysis
  • Cane toad poisoning
  • Heat stroke
  • Saltwater toxicity
  • Dehydration
  • Snake envenomation
  • Plant poisoning
  • Upset stomach, diarrhea and nausea
  • Any time you are feeling worried about your pet it’s worth a visit to the vet to put your mind at ease

Our team has a soft spot for wildlife, caring for sick and injured native animals and working with rehabilitation groups to release them back into the wild.

We love returning lost pets back home to their worried owners, and even recently reunited an owner with a cat that had been missing for over two years!

We are an active part of the vet community, regularly getting together with vet colleagues from surrounding practices to share knowledge about the region’s foremost emergencies – everything from red belly black snake bites to advances in tick paralysis patient care.

If you ever find yourself worried about your pet, call on us for help.

Amanda Atkinson Animal Emergency Service Tanawha

Meet Our Team

Our experienced and dedicated team of after hours vets and nurses are here to help you when your pet is in need.

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