Celebrate Christine Townend

Celebrating Christine Townend

Celebrate Christine Townend for receiving an Order of Australia Medal!

Animal Liberation’s founder, Christine Townend, received an Order of Australia medal for her amazing animal welfare work.

In 1976, Christine became inspired to fight for animals after reading Peter Singers book, Animal Liberation. Christine was the first to raise issues regarding the treatment of farmed animals, their living conditions, and live export. We continue to raise awareness about these issues, 43 years later.

Christine and her husband, Jeremy, opened animal shelters in Darjeeling and Kalimpong in India. Both are still operating today!

Christine also founded Animals Australia in 1980.


| Event Details |

Join us as we celebrate Christine Townend and the fight for animal rights, with vegan food and drinks!

There will also be an auction and raffle.

🕢When: February 22, 2020 | 5:00pm
📍Where: The Historic Gardener’s Lodge, Victoria Park

Corner Parramatta Rd and, City Rd, Camperdown, 2050

| Dress Code |

Cocktail attire is encouraged! This is a chance for us to dress up and celebrate our compassionate lifestyle.

| Tickets |

All tickets include entry, a drink on arrival and delicious vegan hors d’oeuvres.

If you are having trouble purchasing your tickets here, head over to: https://events.humanitix.com.au/celebrate-christine-townend

| FAQ |

Are non-vegans welcome? Of course.

Are children welcome? Sorry, this is an over 18 event.

Is there public transport? Yes! Buses from Central Station: 436, 470, 413, and M10.

Is there parking available? Parking is available inside Broadway Shopping Centre, about 5-10 minutes walk. Parking rates apply (4-5 hours is $24.50).


Animal Liberation would not be able to continue the fight for animal rights without your support. Together, we can create a kinder world.

We hope to see you there!

*100% of profits will go towards Animal Liberation’s fight for animal rights.