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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.
years of wildlife conservation
Members, supporters & Volunteers
branches across Queensland
Snap Xmas Sale: Get 20% OFF all kids’ books
Due to the success of our Black Friday Sale and because we know the value books have for exciting kids about our amazing wildlife, we are extending our 20% Sale on all kids’ titles for ONE WEEK!
Help promote wildlife education this Christmas and support our critical work to protect and conserve Queensland’s native wildlife by picking up a great deal on kids’ books in the Wildlife Queensland shop today.
Sale ends 7 December 2022.
Wildlife Australia Xmas Subscription Offer
Buy any new 1- or 2-year print subscription in Australia and receive a FREE copy of Steven Nowakowski’s slimline 2023 ‘Wild Places’ Calendar, valued at $16.99.
Beautifully photographed, this calendar allows you space to write notes against each day of the month while remaining elegant enough to match any decor.
Hurry! Subscribe before 25 December 2022.
*Calendars available while stock lasts. Australian subscribers only.
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, the foundation of our Society, to inspire change and achieve positive conservation outcomes.
Wildlife Australia magazine
A world-first open platform to help reduce plastic waste and encourage sustainable solutions is being launched in time for the biggest waste dump of the year – Christmas.
Wildlife Queensland has launched its annual Christmas appeal focused on a species that is arguably among the most bizarre in the world – the platypus (Ornithorhynchus anatinus). Considered a hoax when a specimen first came to the attention of English museum curator George Shaw in 1799, the platypus is the only living species in its genus.
Queensland’s popular containers for change program could soon be expanded to include glass wine and spirit bottles to ramp up recycling, put money back into the pockets of Queenslanders and charities, and protect the state’s environment and great lifestyle.