Granting the wishes of the terminally ill

Fulfilling a
during the final journey

Ambulance Wish Western Australia enables people receiving palliative care or who are terminally ill to fulfil a final wish by visiting a place of personal significance, for example, to admire their own garden, to feel the breeze of the beach, or to be surrounded by their loved ones and pets. Medically trained volunteers and specialised vehicles provide the means to make these final dreams come true. It’s usually the little things that mean the most to a person nearing the end of their life.

Ambulance Wish Western Australia’s mission is to give people in end-of-life care the resources, specialist transport and medical care they need to fulfil their final wishes, at no cost to the patient or their family. The service is entirely donor-funded and staffed by medically trained health care professionals who volunteer their time.

We are excited to welcome this unique and heart warming charity to Western Australia. With medically trained volunteers and adapted ambulances we fulfil the desires of those who are in need of assistance to experience one final wish.


We run entirely on charitable donations. Whether it is a one-off or regular giving, your donation to Ambulance Wish Western Australia will help fulfil the wishes of terminally ill WA patients.


We are always looking for volunteers. We’re looking for Nurses, Paramedics, Medical Practitioners, Professional drivers, Photographers, Videographers, Fundraisers, Office volunteers, and more . . .

Make a wish

Fulfilling wishes, celebrating lives
. . . The Wish Form . . .
If you have a wish, please fill out the wish form and describe your wish as clearly as possible.


What would be your last wish?

Would you want to feel the wind on your face while watching the waves crash onto the beach; watch the birds soar above the hills; or the sunlight shining through the trees and shimmering on the river?

Would you prefer to say goodbye to the family pet; attend your daughter’s wedding; or say hello to your sibling or new-born grandchild?

Have one last day at home with mum and dad, visit the art gallery, zoo or rugby; or visit your husband’s grave one last time?

Latest news

Wishes in 2022

In 2022 Ambulance Wish Western Australia fulfilled 14 final wishes for terminally ill West Australians - that is 14 wishes which would have previously been unfulfilled due to the wish recipients' mobility or medical requirements. In 2023 we want to increase this number, by at least 50%, but need your help to achieve this goal.

Visit home

Ian's wish was to return home for a few hours. Taking time away from his bed at Kalamunda Hospital’s Palliative Care Unit allowed him to enjoy the warm weather on his porch and spend time with his family and friends.

Fulfilling final wishes for West Australians