In 1969 a small group of people got together to share ideas. They were bushwalkers, divers, nature lovers and geologists who shared a growing concern that the things which made Queensland unique were being lost to mining, tree clearing, pollution and unsustainable development. They formed the Queensland Conservation Council to help protect, conserve and sustain the places and communities they loved.
Forty years on the Queensland Conservation Council remains Queensland's leading voice for environmental protection.
We are the representative voice for the environment groups and their supporters in Queensland.
Queensland Conservation Council
9/10 Thomas street, West End, QLD 4101
(07) 3846 7833