Australian Quoll Conservancy

About us

Established in August 2014, The Australian Quoll Conservancy is Australia’s newest conservation group. The AQC is dedicated to the conservation of all four of Australia’s Quoll Species, particularly the race “gracilis” of the spotted-tailed quoll in North QLD. The AQC main office based in Cairns with auxiliary species recovery units now located in Daintree, Townsville Nth QLD and Victoria, striving to promote and support quoll conservation efforts across Australia. AQC is working together with National Parks and the Australian Government to implement the National Recovery Plan for the Spotted-tailed Quoll (a 2016 Recovery Plan prepared under the Commonwealth Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999). The AQC as part of this plan has established the first "Species Recovery Team" in North Queensland.

The AQC is a registered not for profit conservation group and our philosophy is simple, "Saving one animal won’t change the world, but it will change the world for that one animal"

Our objectives and actions can be found on the attached PDF link here,  and AQC Constitution PDF link here

If you want to know more about quolls or wish to help our cause, please keep reading through this website.

AQC IS A REGISTERED "Deductible Gift Recipient" by the ATO

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