Visit working for DES for more information on employment in the department.
Contact RSPCA or phone 1300 264 625 (1300 ANIMAL) to report injured, sick or orphaned wildlife (other than crocodiles and cassowaries or marine mammals).
Report a marine animal strike, marine stranding or an injured, sick or dead turtle, dugong, dolphin or whale to 1300 130 372.
Our marine strandings reports provides regular updates on stranded dugongs, marine turtles and humpback whales.
Please note, until further notice no volunteer or student placements are being accepted at Daisy Hill Koala Centre or the Moggill Koala Rehabilitation Centre.
More information on koala conservation can be found through Koala conservation and Koala legislation and policy.
Our species lists information provides access to the species profile search which allows for searching for species to locate information for Queensland’s native and naturalised priority plant and animal species names, status, species notes, images and the ability to download records in three formats (KML, CSV and GeoJson).
If you seek assistance with identifying an insect, spider, mammal, bird, reptile or fish, visit the Queensland Museum’s website.
If you seek assistance with identifying an insect, spider, mammal, bird, reptile or fish, visit Queensland Museum.
Visit Queensland’s waste disposal levy to read about the department’s commitment to ensure that the levy will not have a direct impact on households and how it applies to households not covered by the advance payment to local councils, i.e. those with commercial waste collection arrangements.
Queensland Science provides information on research, investment, partnership, commercialisation, education and grants.
If you are sending an invoice or statement to DES, please ensure the specific person or business area is included in your submission. More information is available at DES finances.