The RSPCA considers that an animal’s welfare should be considered in terms of five freedoms which work together to ensure both physical and mental well being.
About The RSPCA
Last updated: November 28, 2017
Learn more about the RSPCA in your state or territory.
- RSPCA Victoria
- RSPCA Western Australia
- RSPCA Queensland
- RSPCA NSW
- RSPCA ACT
- RSPCA Tasmania
- RSPCA South Australia
- RSPCA Darwin
The RSPCA delivers education programs to schools and communities throughout Australia. There are a variety of options to choose from state to state, such as shelter tours, having RSPCA Education Officers visiting your school, the EMU and Farm Schools.
The RSPCA relies on the generous support of individuals and organisations to carry out its vital work in the community. There are lots of ways you can help the RSPCA to help animals in need.
RSPCA has many career opportunities working in a variety of roles – not all involve working directly with animals but all are in support of animal welfare.
There are many events across Australia where you can get out and support the RSPCA while having fun. The RSPCA Australia website has information on each of the events across Australia.
The RSPCA has campaigns and issues in many areas, such as farm animals, companion animals, animal transport and wild animals, just to name a few. The RSPCA Australia website has information on each of the campaigns.
Wildlife, companion animal and farm animals have their rescue stories told. There are stories, photos and videos of the RSPCA animal rescues in action!