2020 Calendar


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Calendar 2020 Faces of Rescue


Rabbit Runaway Orphanage became a registered charity in 2009 and became the first Australian Chapter of the esteemed House Rabbit Society in 2013. 


The journey into pet rabbits began for Judi and Bryce Inglis in 2004 when two stray rabbits, Hiro and Chi wandered into their backyard. Within 2 months five more animals had found their way to their property.  The Inglis’s took two of the rabbits to a mainstream rescue, where they were killed due to existing treatable health issues.  They were devastated, and their path was forged from this point on. 


They moved to Olinda and Rabbit Runaway Orphanage become the first dedicated no-kill pet rabbit rescue with a permanent foster program for special needs rabbits.  Their own rabbits were Hiro, Chi, Tia, Mali, Tulip, Gia, and Fleur.  Since the rescue started there has been a noticeable decrease in the euthanasia of pet rabbits with treatable medical conditions, as many mainstream rescues, council pounds, and vet clinics now transfer these animals to the Orphanage. The animals receive excellent vet treatment and are placed in a permanent foster program, where the animals go on to live long and healthy lives in loving homes. 


Previous calendars

Our 2019 Rabbit Run-Away Orphanage Calendar

Our 2017 Rabbit Run-Away Orphanage Calendar

Our 2016 Rabbit Run-Away Orphanage Calendar

Our 2015 Rabbit Run-Away Orphanage Calendar



19 Stanley Street, Olinda

VIC 3788

Ph: 03 9751 1229


Rabbit Run-Away Orphanage

ABN:  42 975 123 153



 Tuesday to Saturday 

by Appointment


Parking on the property is limited. We have a very steep driveway with limited turning space.

If you are worried about our steep driveway, please park on the Mt Dandenong Tourist Rd near the Mt Dandenong Hotel, walk past the Vet, turn into Illoura St then left into Stanley St.  Our property is on the left, only a 5 minute walk.

PLEASE NOTE: There is NO public parking in Stanley St.  Please DO NOT park in resident's driveways or in front of their homes, as this disrupts the neighbors access and parking for their family/visitors.