Formed in 2017, our mission is to protect and conserve our amazing Australian quolls. Working together with a range of partners, including national parks staff, local councils, private landholders and our awesome team of quoll volunteers, we are conducting research and conservation activities to learn more about quolls, which will help us to manage their threats and restore important habitat. More than 60 percent of Australians have never even heard of quolls, so raising public awareness is one of our key missions.

WHAT WE DO

The four species of quolls are the largest native marsupial predators on the Australian mainland (except for the dingo, which was introduced around 3,500 years ago). But all of these special carnivores are threatened with extinction if we don't take action, and could easily disappear forever like their big cousin, the Tasmanian tiger. At the Quoll Society of Australia, our team of scientists and volunteers are all dedicated to making sure this doesn't happen. A world without quolls is not one that we want to see! With your help, we will never have to. 

WHO WE ARE

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