Gigi is our newest resident at the Currumbin Farm School. Gigi is 17 years old, and is a miniature horse. If you would like to meet Gigi and our other animals, the farm is open on Sundays for animal feeding from 10am-2pm, or you could take part in one of our programs.
RSPCA Education Blog
Keep up to date with what’s happening in RSPCA Education across Australia.
If you ever wondered what it’s like to be an Inspector for the RSPCA, then your going to love reading about the life of an RSPCA Inspector named Selina Neill
Come and visit the RSPCA’s EMU at the Brisbane EKKA 11-20th August 2011. The RSPCA Queensland’s Education Mobile Unit (EMU) is a state of the art classroom on wheels.
On June 30, 2011, RSPCA Qld and Mission Australia ran a special one day empathy program for a number of families in Ipswich. The program, “Learn to Speak Animal” was received well by Mission Australia’s clients.
Grab your favourite recipe, dust off your chef’s hat and get your mixer ready for the sweetest event of the year, Cupcake Day for the RSPCA.
The Shetland Pony that was dragged behind a car on Christmas day and suffered horrific injuries to his legs and hooves made his first public appearance at the Mitavite Qld Festival of Dressage on July 2nd 2011.
One of Brisbane’s most talented conductors, David Law, is conducting the “Voices for the Voiceless” concert to raise funds for the RSPCA in Brisbane.
A live export is when we send an animal to an abattoir in another country. These animals travel on boats for many days, sometimes weeks and the journey is long and hard.
IT’S not surprising there has been mass public outrage following the documentary on the live export trade aired on ABC Four Corners on Monday night.
Redland City Council’s wildlife program is again calling for volunteers especially from the Bay Islands, to take part in the Glossy Black Cockatoo Counting survey.