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Queensland’s freshwater waterways and the wildlife they support are under siege we need your help before it’s too late.  

Pollution, litter, urban development, pests and climate change are creating a perfect storm for Queensland’s freshwater species and habitats, endangering their survival.

Across our beautiful state, alarming declines in inland waters and freshwater ecosystems are evident. Sewage and industrial pollution are leaking into rivers. Invasive plants and animals are degrading water quality and preying on defenceless native wildlife.

84% of our world’s freshwater aquatic life has been lost in just 50 years due to these devastating impacts.

Protecting and restoring freshwater ecosystems is crucial for preventing localised extinction events and maintaining biodiversity.

Your urgent gift today will help make Queensland’s waterways safe for wildlife again.

  • $50 will help purchase resources for community volunteers who help keep our waterways clean.
  • $100 will help pay for the reanalysis of a waterways specimen to detect additional species.
  • $200 will help fund the collection and analysis of platypus eDNA.
  • $500 will help us deliver a community presentation/education session on the conservation needs of a specific threatened species.
And thanks to our generous matching partner, any donation you make by 30 June will be MATCHED dollar for dollar, DOUBLING its impact!

Please donate today.

All donations of $2 or more are 100% tax-deductible in Australia.

Would you consider giving monthly?

Monthly givers are the lifeblood of Wildlife Queensland.

Join us as a monthly Wildlife Protector today, to help us make a difference for their tomorrow.

Waterway© Tamielle Brunt

Other ways you can donate

Platypus© Canva NFP

You can phone in your donation by calling us on (07) 3844 0129

Make a direct deposit to Wildlife Queensland:

BSB: 484 799
Account No: 083394421
Account Name: Wildlife Queensland Or WPSQ
Reference: Full name

Mail your donation with credit card details to:

Wildlife Queensland
Suite 1, Level 1, 30 Gladstone Road, Highgate Hill, Brisbane, Qld 4101 Australia

Frequently asked questions

About your donation

Donations to Wildlife Queensland are deposited into our special gift fund and administered by a board of trustees.

Our finances are audited and reported annually to the Register of Environmental Organisations and the Australia Charities and NFPs Commission, ensuring that all donations are spent in accordance with the objectives of the Society.

For more information on how your gift is used, please view our latest Annual Report.

How do I change my address?

If you are planning on making an online donation, use your new address and in the Order Notes section at checkout include ‘Please note change of address’. Otherwise, please call us on (07) 3844 0129, email us at or notify us by post at: Suite 1, Level 1, 30 Gladstone Road, Highgate Hill, Brisbane, Qld 4101 Australia.

Where is my donation receipt?

When donating online, you will receive an automated receipt to the email used for the donation. Please check your junk or spam folder if you do not receive this.

If you’re making automatic monthly donations from your bank account or credit card, you will receive a consolidated tax receipt at the end of the financial year.

How do I set up a recurring monthly donation?

Call us on (07) 3844 0129 to set up a monthly direct debit or credit card donation.

You can also visit our Wildlife Protector page to set up a recurring monthly donation.

Is donating online secure?

Our site uses secure SSL encryption.

Your personal information will not be shared with any third parties. Please read our Privacy Policy

More ways to give


Adopt an animal

Support our work by symbolically adopting an animal with a tax-deductible donation.

Become a Wildlife Protector

Become a Wildlife Protector and make saving QLD’s wildlife part of your everyday life!


Leave a gift in your Will

Make a bequest to help secure the future of our threatened wildlife.

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