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Crucifix frog (Notaden bennettii).
Wildlife Queensland Toowoomba Branch is a hands-on active branch that is involved in the community and makes a point of working with other local organisations.
From golden-tipped bats, swift parrots and powerful owls in the escarpment forests to grassland earless dragons, crucifix frogs and pale imperial hairstreak butterflies on the Darling Downs, the Toowoomba region is home to an amazing variety of wildlife, including many rare and threatened species.
What we do
Wildlife Queensland Toowoomba Branch hosts quarterly meetings with vibrant, informative guest speakers and welcomes all members of the public to attend.
Event information is available in our newsletter or email us.
Branch members receive a quarterly newsletter and have the opportunity to participate in combined events with like-minded local groups.
Galah feeding on jacaranda flowers, Toowoomba.
join our branch
Join our local branch supporters helping to protect and conserve Queensland’s at-risk species and habitats.
Our branch meets four times per year. For more information, email or phone Cam McKenzie on 0434 079 620.
Email us to subscribe to our branch newsletter to receive the latest updates on our activities and achievements.
Contact Wildlife Queensland Toowoomba Branch
Wildlife Queensland Toowoomba Branch
PO Box 6323, Clifford Gardens QLD 4350
Cam McKenzie on 0434 079 620