The objectives of the ARC are:
- To rescue, treat, rear or care for sick, injured, orphaned and displaced wildlife for eventual rehabilitation and release back into their natural environment.
- To improve and expand the existing facilities of the association in order to achieve the highest possible standard of care.
- To provide within the boundaries of the association improved habitat for native wildlife.
- To encourage and assist where possible the provision of pre-release facilities for rehabilitated wildlife in areas of suitable habitat.
- To foster an awareness of the requirements of and problems confronting native animals and also encourage the provision of suitable habitat.
- To collect any information and or undertake research that will benefit the care of wildlife.
- To provide where possible or assist in the production of educational material and other resources pertinent to the care of sick, injured and orphaned wildlife.
- To engage and liaise respectfully with other associations or organisations whose objectives support Native ARC.
- To abide by the policies designed to achieve the above objectives and as formulated by the Executive Committee.
- From time to time evaluate the relevance and achievement of the above objectives and take appropriate action where deemed necessary.
- To consider and plan for the long term needs of wildlife unsuitable for release.