The Future of Animal Welfare

Since the Queensland Society began in the late nineteenth century; over 1.5 million animals have been taken into its Shelters. From its earliest beginnings, the Society has worked to improve conditions for animals through legislation, education, provision of care for animals, and prosecutions.

For more than 80 years, RSPCA Qld has been located at Fairfield, but after nearly a century, its time to move to greener pastures.

The Animal Care Campus at Wacol is a purpose-built facility that has been in the making for years.

As one of the most unique facilities in the southern hemisphere, RSPCA Qld will be focusing on world-leading practices to further animal welfare.

The Campus will help 350,000 people, care for 50,000 animals and receive 100,000 visitors each year.

Our continued mission is to provide emergency response care, re-homing for surrendered animals, disaster recovery, treatment of injured animals, community training, public education, cruelty prevention, livestock care and wildlife services.