Mogo Wildlife Park has thanked Coles Supermarkets for "generous" emergency delivery of food for animals.
Coles spokesperson Amila Pasanovic said the Mogo Wildlife team was quickly losing access to food and water for the 200 animals that lived there.
"As soon as we were made aware, Coles donated around one tonne of fresh fruit and vegetables and dry feed for the animals which arrived at the zoo just now," she said.
Mogo Wildlife Park spokesperson Sara Ang said the park was grateful for the community spirit.
"Mogo Wildlife Park greatly appreciates the generosity of Coles Supermarkets for the emergency delivery of feed for our animals," Ms Ang said.
"At this time of crisis in our state, it's those who say 'yes' and answer the call for help to make such a difference.
"We know that the community spirit is alive and well all up and down the South Coast and that's what will get Mogo Wildlife Park and all of us through this."
Ms Pasanovic said Coles had donated four pallets of fruit and vegetables, and dry feed for animals at the Mogo Zoo.
"In Batemans Bay and Ulladulla, we've provided evening meals and supplies to police stations and evacuation centres," Ms Pasanovic said.
"We've also donated meals and essentials to marine rescue, nursing homes, traffic crews and emergency teams."
Coles Express would be donating 200 cartons on drinks and a pallet of Coles 24pk water to volunteers today / tomorrow (as stock arrives) in Batemans Bay.
They donated 20 pallets containing UHT milk and long-life food essentials to the State Government, which would be dispatched to Merimbula and Eden.
They had also donated 10 pallets (about 1600 cartons) of food and essentials to Foodbank in Sydney, which is being driven to the Cobargo and Bega evacuation centres.