Our environment laws are there to protect the air we breathe, our wildlife and the places we love.

Yet under these laws today, our governments are allowing companies to mine, bulldoze, dredge and destroy with little oversight.

By bulldozing forests, digging mines and sealing soil under concrete, big companies are fracturing the web of life and plants and animals are vanishing like never before. This cannot go on.

We need laws that protect life, not allow it to be destroyed.

Will you lodge a missing creature alert for these incredible missing creatures? Tell your Member of Parliament we need strong national environment laws to protect the places and wildlife we love.

Palm cockatoo 

These rosy-cheeked cockies make drum beats to attract a mate – but their drumsticks can’t beat the bulldozers that are demolishing their tree-hollow homes. Lodge a missing creature alert for this colourful cockatoo.



Once widespread across outback Australia, these termite-eating furry marsupials are clinging onto existence in just two places in the wild. Lodge a missing creature alert for this fluffy termite-eater.


Southern corroboree frog 

Toxic yellow stripes can’t protect these teeny tiny mountain dwellers from habitat destruction, a deadly fungus or climate damage. Lodge a missing creature alert for this striking tiny frog.


Photo: Annette Ruzicka/MAP group

Largetooth sawfish 

Now one of the world’s most critically endangered fish, largetooth sawfish and their pups need strong environment laws for protection. Lodge a missing creature alert for this giant prehistoric fish.


Photo: David Iliff. License: CC-BY-SA 3.0

Greater glider 

These peaceful possums need big old trees to glide between and nest in – but right now, loggers are allowed to chop them down. Lodge a missing creature alert for this peaceful possum.


Photo: Matt Wright

Swift parrot 

Legal loopholes let loggers demolish big old trees, leaving this speedy parrot with no nesting hollows on its island home. Lodge a missing creature alert for this speedy little parrot.


Photo: Chris Tzaros

Striped legless lizard 

Shy legless lizards once slithered through grasslands all over south-eastern Australia. But they can’t outrun – or out-slither – the destruction of their habitat. Lodge a missing creature alert for this shy little lizard. 


Photo: John Wombey

Blue whale 

Even the biggest animals on earth aren’t protected from chemical and sound pollution, habitat loss, fishing or climate damage. Lodge a missing creature alert for the largest animal on Earth. 


Love a creature at risk that’s not on this list? Download and print your own missing creature alert, and send it to your MP!

Jess Abrahams

Nature lover. Mountain biker. Healthy Ecosystems Campaigner at ACF. Find me in the forest.