Animals Australia is Australia’s second largest and the most dynamic national animal protection organisation, representing some 40 member societies and thousands of individual supporters.
Animals Australia has an unprecedented track record in investigating and exposing animal cruelty. In the past years our work has resulted in five 60 Minutes segments exposing factory farming and the live export trade and further segments highlighting animal cruelty on Today Tonight, Four Corners, A Current Affair and Landline. Investigations in the Middle East have resulted in the first ever suspension of the live export trade (to Egypt) and to a benchmark prosecution of a live export company for cruelty.
Animals Australia believes that we can create a better world for all through promoting kindness to animals. Our goal is to significantly and permanently improve the welfare of all animals in Australia.
We are committed and unrelenting. We expose suffering, we educate the broader community, we research alternatives and we passionately and intelligently lobby governments to effect changes in laws to protect all animals. We have representation on all major state and national animal welfare committees.
We are a non-profit charitable organisation financed through community support. Our important work on behalf of animals is reliant on the generosity of our members and donors.
Freedom Hill Sanctuary
FREEDOM HILL SANCTUARY IS A SMALL NOT FOR PROFIT ORGANISATION DEDICATED TO PROVIDING A LOVING HOME TO NEGLECTED AND UNWANTED FARM ANIMALS.
We are located in South Australia, in the Adelaide Hills, with 48 acres of picturesque hills country. Freedom Hill is the first sanctuary for farm animals in South Australia.
Our mission at Freedom Hill Sanctuary is to provide a safe haven for animals that have been rescued from abuse, exploitation or neglect. We also aim to change the way people view farm animals and promote, educate and encourage compassionate cruelty-free living.
Life begins at Freedom Hill for all our rescues and each and every one will always have a safe, happy and forever home. We are not open to the public yet but our future plan is to open the sanctuary for weekend visits and later school visits.
"To promote kindness towards all other living beings and
enshrine it as a recognisable trait in the Australian character and culture"