Despite no evidence that they contribute to swimmer safety, Queensland uses shark nets and drumlines as part of its shark control program.
Updated 22 May 2021 The Queensland government is currently reviewing Queensland's Animal Care and Protection Act 2001 (ACPA). This is the first full review of Queensland's primary animal welfare legislation in 20 years.
2 May 2021 Animal Liberation Qld has today launched a new campaign to highlight the enormous impacts on animals and the environment of Australia's beef industry. Timed to coincide with the industry's flagship event - the Beef Australia expo - in Rockhampton, the campaign seeks to uncover the truth...
On Friday 26th February 2021, the NSW government moved to ban the captive breeding of cetaceans (which includes dolphins, whales, orcas and porpoises). This is great news and means that Queensland is now the only state in Australia with an active captive dolphin breeding facility.
Mother's Day 2021 Thanks to everyone who supported our Mother's Day raffle this year to raise vital funds for our animal protection campaigns. Drawn: Sunday 9th May 2021 Congratulations to our lucky winners!
An Australian local council - the Western Downs Regional Council in Queensland - has recently approved a development application for a massive 65,000 SCU (standard ‘cattle’ unit) feedlot. Disappointingly, due to the council’s planning scheme, all proposed factory farms in the Western Downs region...
Warwick Saleyards operate two livestock auctions every week for both cattle and sheep. The facilities are completely inadequate in terms of animal welfare. There is very little shade and animals are often left for hours in the hot sun, in crowded pens without access to water.
Our popular annual Christmas raffle is back! Get your tickets now for your chance to win over $700 worth of beer, wine and spirits (all vegan, of course). Drawn: Sunday 20 December 2020 Prize Pack: Beer, Wine and Spirits Valued at over $700