As a trusted charity for more than 25 years, we hope our reputation for protecting people’s identity encourages South Australians to also anonymously share information about a range of environmental crimes too.
That’s why we’ve partnered with the Department for Environment and Water to strengthen South Australia’s biodiversity protection.
The online tip portal on this page is where you can anonymously share what you know about environmental crimes. We pass your information to the Department for Environment and Water and the National Parks and Wildlife Service, so you don’t have to get involved.
We encourage you to send us an online tip if you have information about:
- Illegal clearing of native vegetation
- Illegal dumping in a national park
- National Parks and Wildlife offences
- Irrigation and water affecting activities
- Keeping wildlife illegally
- Hunting and shooting offences
- Marine Parks and Excluded Marine Zones
- Animal welfare
- Native animals
- Historic sites and shipwrecks
- Aboriginal Heritage sites
Please note that our tip portal is only reviewed during usual business hours. Tips received after hours and on weekends will be reviewed the next business day.
If you have information that needs to be provided to police, please use the ‘report crime information’ button on our homepage. Do not submit that information on this page.
If you need police assistance, please call 131 444.
If there is an immediate threat to someone’s life or it is an emergency, please dial 000.