If you have an after hours emergency please come to 431 Tanawha Tourist Drive Tanawha and see the Sunshine Coast Animal Emergency Service.

Their entry is via the Chancellor Park Veterinary Surgery, which is located in the building beside ours.

The emergency veterinarians, along with their team of support staff, help us provide 24 hours care, 7 days a week.

They are also available to treat emergencies that occur out of hours.
There is always at least one veterinarian on duty with a team of support staff, at all times.

Our team of veterinarians and specialists are available for emergency surgeries and procedures to ensure the best possible care for all patients.

Our Location

431 Tanawha Tourist Drive
Tanawha, QLD. 4556
07 5453 7555


Reception hours:
Monday to Friday: 8:00 a.m.– 5:00 p.m

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Providing a relaxed, caring and professional service to all veterinarians, clients and pets.

Specialist and Cutting Edge Veterinary Services

Our staff of over 20 includes, registered specialists in surgery as well as veterinary practitioners in medicine, ophthalmology and dentistry.

They are here to provide the expert care your pet deserves when complex problems or emergencies occur.

NCVS are working on behalf of your vet and will liaise with them on all matters pertaining to your pets management so between us we can optimise all our patients outcomes with the minimum of associated stress for everyone.

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Do I need a referral?

YES. In order to provide the excellence in veterinary and patient care that we pride ourselves in, we have to work as a team with your regular veterinarian.After your pets consultation and/or treatment with us, we will work closely with them to further monitor and treat any ongoing problems.It is therefore very important that they be involved in the referral process so that we are able to continue to work with them during your pets recovery.

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