Find out what we want to achieve for animals in Victoria. Learn more »


Find out more about the issues and add your voice to our campaigns.

Every year from March to June, the Victorian Government declares a duck shooting season where several native duck species are declared ‘game species’. Thousands of these ‘game’ ducks are shot every season on our wetlands along with other protected, rare and threatened ducks and many other species of birds. Learn more »

Very few countries allow greyhound racing. The Greens are campaigning for an end to greyhound racing across Australia due to its inherent cruelty. Learn more »

Horses are 20 times more likely to be killed in jumps racing than in flat racing. Many more suffer on-track injuries and are never seen racing again. Learn more »

Logging in the Central Highlands and East Gippsland is threatening our smallest mammals in Victoria such as our state faunal emblem, the Leadbeater’s Possum and Greater Gliders. Learn more »

Millions of egg laying hens spend their lives in small ‘battery’ cages with other hens in huge warehouses with thousands of birds. This is cruel and unnecessary. Learn more »

Sow stalls are metal cages that are used to confine individual sows during pregnancy. The sows cannot move freely in the stalls and can only stand up or lie down. This confinement is cruel and unnecessary and causes them immense stress. Learn more »


We're proud to stand with the majority in demanding a better quality of life for animals in our state.

With vocal community support, we can bring about animal welfare reform in the racing, hunting and agricultural industries. You can help by sharing this site with your friends and family.

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