Australia's iconic kangaroos are hunted in the largest commercial slaughter of land-based wildlife on the planet.
Factory farming causes the most suffering to the largest number of animals in Australia.
Australia exports over three million live animals every year. Many are slaughtered in countries without adequate protections against cruelty.
Consumers should be protected from misleading words and images on food packaging so that they can make informed ethical choices.
In Australia, most ducks are raised on factory farms where they are permanently confined in sheds for the duration of their short lives.
Each year, Australians consume an average of 107 litres of milk per person. Sadly, dairy cows do not live carefree lives as many consumers imagine.
Each year 600 million chickens are produced for meat in Australia and most are factory farmed, with up to 60,000 chickens living in a single shed.
Pigs are social and intelligent animals who naturally live in family groups, yet on factory farms they are treated like machines on a production line.
Farmed animals are conscious beings with rich experiences of the world. They suffer from pain, feel emotions and build strong relationships.
Australia currently lacks government leadership in the animal protection space, resulting in an animal protection framework which is failing animals.
Right now in Australia, it is estimated that between 11 - 12 million ‘battery’ hens are confined to small cages, unable to perform even their most natural behaviours.