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Environmental Conservation

Environmental conservation is about protecting our planet and saving our environment. Humans depend on their natural environment making it our moral obligation to take responsibility and save our resources so people and animals can thrive for generations to come. 

The ways of living have changed over the years and we rely more on technology than ever before to get through everyday life. By gaining respect and understanding of what nature provides us, we can start to make changes in our everyday lives to reduce our carbon footprint on the environment. 

A major part of our mission is environmental protection and the education of communities about sustainable practices. We believe that conservation starts in your own backyard. 

National Trust of Australia (Queensland) is an environmental charity; working proactively across 15 conservation programs and two research projects for wildlife conservation and Environmental Services.

National Trust of Australia (Queensland) actively advocates for environmental conservation and the protection of environmental heritage to all levels of government as well as private and community organisations. 

Founded over 30 years ago, the Currumbin Wildlife Hospital is located on the grounds of Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary where visitors can view our vets at work. The Hospital has grown to be one of the busiest wildlife hospitals in the world, admitting nearly 14,000 animals including more than 600 Koalas – a service that is provided free of charge to the community. Currumbin Wildlife Hospital partners with universities and other organisations to conduct world-leading research projects including the Koala and echidna.  The highly skilled vet team are supported by a team of volunteers to deliver the highest level of veterinary care for their patients.

The Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary is committed to TAFE training to build skills to ensure that we have skilled people committed to environmental conservation. With a dedicated Sustainability Committee, we are committed to making significant changes to our business operations. We aim to be waste-free by 2022; we’re working with a responsible business plan that has had considerable outcomes including a reduction of waste by 50% since it was launched. We also have implemented the first container refund scheme in commercial operation in Queensland.



Wildlife Conservation

To save native and exotic wildlife species from extinction, Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary and Currumbin Willdife Hospital participate in 16 conservation projects and 2 research projects.

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Significant Trees

The Significant Tree Register is a national initiative to recognize important trees. There are over 2,000 tree records compiled over 30 years.

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