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Your vital support has helped us protect and conserve Queensland’s threatened wildlife for 60 years!

As a registered charity, Wildlife Queensland warmly welcomes all donations — they are crucial to supporting our projects and campaigns and are the lifeblood of our organisation. 

Your donation — big or small — helps fund a range of vital wildlife conservation programs and activities. 

All donations over $2 are tax-deductible.

Please donate today!

 

 

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  1. Select the project/campaign you wish to support from the dropdown menu below, or select ‘General’ to make a general donation
  2. Enter the amount you wish to give
  3. Click ADD TO CART
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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.

Donations of $2 or more are tax-deductible in Australia

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Offline donations

  • Phone: Donate over the phone by calling us on +61 (07) 3844 0129
  • Mail: Mail your donation to us at: Suite 1, Level 1, 30 Gladstone Road, Highgate Hill, Brisbane, Qld 4101 Australia.
    Please make your cheque/money order made payable to “Wildlife Queensland”.
  • Direct debit:
    BSB 484 799
    Account No: 083394421
    Account Name: Wildlife Queensland Or WPSQ 
    Payment Reference: Your surname
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More ways to give

Adopt an animal

Support Wildlife Queensland’s vital conservation work for the survival of threatened wildlife & their habitats by symbolically adopting an animal.

Become a Wildlife Protector

Join our caring Wildlife Protector community and make saving Queensland’s wildlife part of your everyday life!

Leave a gift in your will

Making a bequest to Wildlife Queensland is an important way you can help to secure the future of our threatened wildlife.

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