Hidden Vale Wildlife Centre


The Hidden Vale Wildlife Centre is an exciting new partnership between the University of Queensland and The Turner Family Foundation.

In 2017, The University of Queensland entered into a long term cooperative venture with The Turner Family Foundation to undertake wildlife research and teaching on the Spicers Hidden Vale retreat property near Grandchester in South East Queensland. 

By housing a diverse range of native wildlife, The Hidden Vale Wildlife Centre offers UQ students and researchers valuable hands-on access to learn and develop next-generation wildlife management and conservation techniques.

The overarching goal of the Hidden Vale Project is:

To develop innovative and globally significant solutions for wildlife management and conservation, using the Hidden Vale Wildlife Centre and surrounding ecosystems as a model. 




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E: hvw.enquiries@uq.edu.au
P: +61 7 5351 5072
F: +61 7 5460 1324

Facebook: @hiddenvalewildlife