Forests and health
Celebrating healthy forests and healthy people this International Day of Forests, 21 March 2023
World Frog Day 2023
Sharing the frog love and celebrating our Froggy February Photo Competition winners.
Spotted a quoll?
You can help us understand the distribution and conservation needs of these threatened animals.
Images © 1. Lucy Parker Paul 2. Canva NFP 3. Canva NFP 4. Bruce Thomson/Scott Burnett
Wildlife Queensland is the longest-running and most respected wildlife conservation organisation in Queensland. For 60 years we’ve worked to protect and conserve at-risk species and habitats, advocating for better environmental policy, delivering vital on-ground conservation programs, and raising awareness of wildlife conservation issues through education and community engagement.
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Wildlife Australia Mother’s Day offer
Give Mum the gift of nature with a Wildlife Australia gift subscription this Mother’s Day and receive a wildlife-themed limited edition pack of Nerada Tea and a ‘Fashion for a Cause’ hair tie FREE*
Your subscription will also help fund Wildlife Queensland’s crucial conservation work, so go ahead and spoil Mum today!
*Offer valid for Australian postcodes only and until 10 May 2023 or while stocks last.
Froggy February Photo Competition winners
Throughout the month of February, as part of our Wildlife Queensland 2023 Froggy February Photo Competition, we encouraged everyone to head outdoors and capture the uniqueness of our frogs and their environment.
Our competition judge, Michael Snedic, had a tough job picking the winners from the amazing 138 submissions we received.
Congratulations to the winners and thank you to everyone who entered this great competition, helping to shine a light on the diversity and beauty of Australia’s many frog species.
How we work
Protecting and connecting threatened species through our innovative surveying and monitoring programs and key habitat restoration projects.
Cooperating with local & state governments and conservation groups to develop policies & campaigns that protect our state’s natural heritage.
Educating and engaging people and communities, the foundation of our Society, to inspire change and achieve positive conservation outcomes.
Wildlife Queensland welcomes strengthening of QLD’s environmental laws
The Queensland Government has passed legislation to strengthen the state’s environmental framework. The new legislation includes measures to improve consultation on resource projects, provide early certainty on unacceptable projects, and ensure that environmental impact statements (EISs) remain current.
Brush-tailed Rock-wallaby Recovery in SEQ project update
Since the start of the year, Wildlife Queensland’s Brush-tailed Rock-wallaby Conservation Network has been busy continuing its conservation work for vulnerable brush-tailed rock-wallaby populations in South East Queensland.
It’s good to be green! Celebrating World Frog Day 2023
Celebrate World Frog Day 2023 by learning about the frogs living in your local area and how you can help conserve them.