Exceptional care

for all creatures great and small

Personalised service

for you and your pet

Local expertise

across Tropical North Queensland

For all kinds of pets.... it's Tropical Vets

For all kinds of pets.... it's Tropical Vets

Local quality veterinary care and advice for all animals

With a network of expertise across nine clinics from Atherton to Ayr, we've been a cherished part of our local communities for nearly fifty years.  We’ve helped thousands of animals from cats & dogs, guinea pigs & chickens, horses & cattle to reptiles & native wildlife including over 300 cassowaries!  You can rely on us for sound advice, professional care and a gentle touch.

Exceptional care

Through our network of caring vets and nurses we offer an unparalleled range of knowledge, insight and skill.  From cassowaries to cocker spaniels, our vets have diverse interests and specialities and bring together decades of experience with the latest research to provide your pet with the best possible care.

Local expertise

Each of our clinics is locally owned and managed.  We’re part of your community, supporting you to be the best pet owner you can be with our in-depth understanding of the unique environments, specialised needs and common challenges we all face across the tropics.

Personalised service

We understand how confusing and confronting your pet’s ill health can be.  You can trust us to listen to your concerns and carefully explain your options so you’re able to make informed care decisions for your beloved pet with us.

Parasites... they are everywhere!

The best health care takes understanding and investment.  Investing in learning what signs to look for early can save an emergency later on!

Some parasites are easy to spot and others are not... but parasites are everywhere, especially in the Tropics!


 Ticks

 Fleas 

 Heartworm

 Intestinal Parasites


Parasite Prevention is the best health care you can give your animal, and we are here to help with advice and treatments for your specific situation.


Reflecting our ongoing 'Corona Care' for each other, we ask that – where possible – only 1 family member comes into our consultation rooms at a time.

Please, also, do not come into the clinic if you are unwell or are required to isolate by Qld Health guidelines.

We appreciate your understanding and will continue to update our advice in line with government recommendations.

For best health, animals in the Tropical North need to be vaccinated.

The best way to keep up to date with your pet's vaccinations, worming treatments and tick or flea prevention is simply to be on our Tropical Vets database.  We'll send you personalised reminders by text or email so you never need to worry about missing out.

Have a chat with us at your next appointment or call us today to make sure your contact details are current and your animal is fully protected for their age and situation.

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In an emergency it is important to get the right information to help your pet while you seek Veterinary assistance.  Our First-Aid app it is loaded with practical information and is free to download from the Apple or Android App Store.  After you've downloaded the app search for our clinic and get all our clinic information as well as a map to guide you.