QLD Environmental Protection Authority

The ‘Back on Track species prioritisation framework‘ is an initiative of the Queensland Environmental Protection Authority (EPA) that prioritises Queensland’s native species (marine, terrestrial and aquatic species of flora and fauna) to guide conservation, management and recovery.

Southeast Queensland contains part of the Northern genetically distinct Evolutionary Significant Unit of Brush-tailed Rock-wallabies.

How you can help


QLD Environmental Protection Authority (EPA)

All Enquiries Phone: 1300 130 372
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.epa.qld.gov.au

State recovery information: Victoria | New South Wales | Queensland

State Information

What you can do!

An important aspect of Brush-tailed Rock-wallaby recovery is the active involvement of local landholders and the community overall. See what you can do!


Did you know?

Brush-tailed Rock-wallabies can climb tall trees with their sharp claws and strong legs. They can also climb almost vertical rocks.