Vets Uncovered 2025

Vets Uncovered has become an annual tradition for the fourth year North Queensland Veterinary Science Students. We have continued this again by stripping off with our mates to produce a tasteful and cheeky calendar. In recent years, it has become a novel way to commemorate our graduating year and have some fun while raising money for a good cause, as well as for our graduation ball. Whilst it was nerve-wracking getting naked, it was a fun and enlightening experience that allowed our cohort to take a break from the usual academic pressures the year brings with it. The opportunity to be a part of Vets Uncovered has become a rite of passage for the students since 2015.

The charity Vets Uncovered 2025 is supporting is Vets Beyond Borders (VBB), an international animal charity. Vets Beyond Borders was created in Australia in 2005, who work with communities around the world, delivering animal health and community awareness programs where they are desperately needed. VBB recruits highly experienced volunteer vets and vet nurses, deploying them to these communities to work with local vets and staff, providing quality animal care. VBB also deliver clinical training to refine skills of animal welfare workers overseas, as well as school educated programs designed to increase awareness of the importance of animal welfare and responsible pet ownership. Additionally, The Australian Veterinary Emergency Response Team (AVERT) is their nationwide community of veterinary professionals which travel to assist in areas following bushfires, floods or emergency disease outbreaks in Australia. We are very pleased to be able to support Vets Beyond Borders through Vets Uncovered