Wombat's Wish
Victoria's leading grief support service for children and young people who have experienced the death of a parent


Want to find out what’s happening at Wombat’s Wish? Keep up to date with our camps, Family Days, fundraisers, team members and more with our newsletters. From podcast recommendations and articles about managing grief, to camp photos and our calendar – you’ll find them in here.

2023 Camp Dates

March 3-5 Anglesea Family Camp

March 17-19 Anglesea Family Camp

May 5-7 Corop Family Camp

June 23-25 Grantville Family Camp

July 21-23 Queenscliff Youth Camp

August 18-20 Anglesea Family Camp

September 15-17 Corop Family Camp

November 10-12 Anglesea Family Camp

Wombat’s Wish Blog

  • EOFY- Claim your Donations!

    EOFY- Claim your Donations!

    Did you know that you can claim donations over $2 back at tax time? As the End of Financial Year approaches, now is the time to arrange your last-minute donations and we would dearly love to have your support at Wombat’s Wish. You can be confident knowing that 100% of all donations go directly to […]

  • Welcome to Dr. Briony Roberts

    Welcome to Dr. Briony Roberts

    The Wombat’s Wish team is pleased to announce the newest member of our team – Dr Briony Roberts, joining us in June 2023 as our new grief psychologist. Welcome Briony – we’re so happy to have you on board! With over 19 years’ experience, a wealth of knowledge and a person-centred approach, Briony will play […]

  • Our 2023 Fundraiser

    Our 2023 Fundraiser

    A fabulous night was had by all at our 2023 Annual Wombat’s Wish Fundraiser – a Family Trivia night. Held at the brand new West Oval Pavilion in Geelong and hosted by Luke Maher of Master Maher, we were delighted to see a great turnout of over 150 guests from all ages, including Wombat’s Wish […]

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Wombat’s Wish acknowledges the Wadawarrung, Taungurung and Bunurong peoples as Traditional Custodians of the lands from which we live and work,
and we pay our deep respect to their Elders past, present and emerging.