Wildlife at Griffith
Griffith University has campuses at various locations across southeast Queensland. What makes Griffith remarkable is that these campus locations are home to many of Australia’s unique native plant and animal species.
How to handle wildlife
Do you know what to do if you see injured or misplaced wildlife?
Griffith is committed to protecting Australia’s native wildlife and asks students to be aware and alert to native animals on campus.
Wildlife can become easily stressed through contact with people. To protect their welfare and yours, please avoid touching or disturbing wildlife and their natural habitat.
If you are concerned about your welfare or the welfare of an animal please inform Griffith Security.
|Campus||Location||Internal phone||External phone|
|Gold Coast||Academic 1 (G01) Room 3.39||7777||(07) 5552 7777|
|Logan||Entrance to Information Services building||7777||(07) 3382 1717|
|Mt Gravatt||Entrance to Information Services (M23)||7777||(07) 3735 7777|
|Nathan||The Circuit||7777||(07) 3735 7777|
|Queensland College of Art||Courtyard||7777||(07) 3735 6226|
|Queensland Conservatorium||Foyer||7777||(07) 3735 6226|
Security Escorts can be booked by contacting Security on the above numbers.