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Gizmo the greater glider © Sam Horton
Wildlife Preservation Society of Queensland (Wildlife Queensland) is the longest-running and one of the most respected wildlife conservation organisations in Queensland. For more than 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.
20% OFF Wildlife Queensland shop sale
Grab a great bargain and help our native wildlife this Christmas!
With 20% OFF our range of books & posters, toys, clothing, and DVDs & CDs*, why would you shop anywhere else this Christmas? Plus, all sale proceeds help us protect and conserve Queensland’s native wildlife.
Fabulous new products in store for Christmas plus many of your favourites are back in stock!
Sale ends 10 December 2023 or while stocks last.
*Excludes 3rd party products.
Wildlife Australia Xmas 2023 Subscription Offer
The ultimate gift for yourself or a loved one this Christmas!
Buy any new 1- or 2-year print subscription in Australia and receive a FREE copy of Steven Nowakowski’s slimline 2024 ‘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 31 January 2024.
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Wildlife Queensland announces winner of inaugural Wayne Lawler Nature Conservation Photography Grant
Wildlife Queensland is delighted to announce the winner of the 2023 Wayne Lawler Nature Conservation Photography Grant.
In a recent interview with The Community Leader Redlands, Wildlife Queensland Projects Manager, Matt Cecil, and Wildlife Queensland Bayside Branch President, Steve Homewood, provided valuable guidance on caring for our wildlife during the heat.
National Recycling Week, established by Planet Ark in 1996, promotes sustainable living and empowers Australians to make eco-conscious choices. This annual event, held during the second week of November, focuses on educating individuals and encouraging the purchase of products made with recycled content to close the recycling loop.