Companion animal rescuers all over Australia contribute to the outcomes and future of millions of animals.
Your support for your local rescuer matters. By sponsoring your local rescue, volunteering or being involved you help generations of animals.
Contact this rescue group directly to learn about adoption and rescue support in this area.
The Australian Wildlife Protection Council (AWPC) is a non-profit charity founded in 1969 by Arthur Queripel and incorporated in 1981. Arthur remembers seeing “smouldering piles of mallee scrub and mounds of dead kangaroos and emus following the round ups after clearing”. He sought help from the police, conservation and animal welfare organisations to no avail, with each passing the responsibility to the other. Finally in desperation he set up AWPC, the aim of which is to protect our native animals from cruelty and exploitation, for their own sake, for their intrinsic worth and because they are unique and special…
AWPC established the National Kangaroo Campaign in 1992 which has grown to incorporate the wider International Community. AWPC coordinates many Campaigns to bring an end to the commercial kangaroo killing industry.
The Kangaroo especially, in this country is under enormous pressure from both the commercial kangaroo industry and the rural sector and it needs as much support as it can get for it’s very survival in it’s home land.