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Wildlife Queensland calls on the Commonwealth Government to set a date to phase out single-use problem plastic takeaway items.

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Win Tickets to See 2040 Competition

Don’t miss your chance to WIN tickets to the must-see documentary of the year, ‘2040’ by award-winning filmmaker Damon Gameau (‘That Sugar Film’)! Entries close Sunday, 2 June 2019.

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GENERAL Information on how to enter, dates and prizes as set out in the Schedule form part of the Terms and Conditions of Entry (Terms and Conditions) for each competition conducted under the Blanket (each a Competition). Entry into this Competition deems acceptance of these Terms and Conditions. To the extent of any inconsistency between …

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Frank Manthey and Jane Goodall

Wildlife Queensland President, Peter Ogilvie, pays tribute to a true wildlife warrior, Frank Manthey, the co-founder of the Save the Bilby Fund.

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Wildlife Queensland hosted a morning tea during #NVW2019 to thank our amazing volunteers, in just a small way, for how they ‘Make a World of Difference’ to Wildlife Queensland.

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Save our National Parks Brisbane Action

Wildlife Queensland is asking members and supporters to take 10 minutes to make a difference to our national parks by lobbying politicians and advocating for additional funding for national parks and the Protected Area Estate as a whole.

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A proposal by Mackay Tourism Ltd. to restrict access for guided tours of the wallabies at sunrise at Cape Hillsborough Beach is totally inappropriate, says Wildlife Preservation Society of Queensland President Peter Ogilvie. 

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Squirrel Glider

Because of you, our generous members and supporters, our #GLIDESURVIVETHRIVE effort was a success! Thanks to you, we raised $5,000.

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Federal Election 2019

With just two weeks to go until the 2019 Australian federal election, early survey results suggest that the environment will be the deciding factor for many voters. Wildlife Queensland reports on the key environmental election issues.

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Containers for Change

More than 440 million containers have been returned in the first six months of Queensland’s container refund scheme.

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