Welcome to Wildlife Queensland Townsville Branch

Staying COVID-safe: We take pains to remain Covid-safe and ask you not to attend our activities if you feel unwell, OR  have recently returned from overseas OR  have been in an identified Covid hot-spot OR if you have associated with others to whom any of the above applies. Thank you!


Established in 1968 the Townsville Branch is part of a state-wide organisation. The Branch has a long history of caring for our local environment and encouraging the community to understand and appreciate the wildlife and natural places that exist around our city and region. We have a special interest in the health and management of nearby national and environmental parks and in encouraging science-based and humane management and protection of wildlife in urban settings.

The Branch advocates strongly for the protection of coastal woodlands and rainforest, and for sound coastal, reef and land management. It is an advocate for the conservation of threatened species and recently completed a three-year monitoring survey of the endangered mahogany glider.

The Branch runs a program of field trips, open to interested members of the public, in order to enjoy and learn about our natural environment. 

 Please contact us for further enquiries or information about any of the above.

Branch members enjoy a walk in the Cape Pallarenda conservation park. Photo courtesy of  Laurie Hall & Malcolm Tattersall.

Branch members in the Cape Pallarenda conservation park. Photo Laurie Hall & Malcolm Tattersall.

Proposed dates for 2021 are:  21 February,  21 March,  25 April,  23 May,  20 June,  25 July,  22 August,  19 September,  24 October,  21 November. (Note these dates are not ‘set in concrete’ and occasional changes may be made)

Our AGM will be held on Sunday 28 March, venue tba

Address PO Box 857, Aitkenvale Qld 4814
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