ToadShow Pty Ltd operated as a creative industries company from 11 November 1986 till 1 July 2019. Based in Brisbane Australia, ToadShow grew out of the protest movement against the right-wing Bjelke-Petersen State Government of Queensland. Notable projects included:

  • The Cane Toad Times second collective
  • Theatre productions such as Hound of Music and SherWoodstock
  • Pioneering work in web design
  • Television productions with Channel 7 such as Australia’s Strangest Home Improvements
  • Campaigns and publications for the Australian Labor Party and the Labour Movement
  • Books such as Eccentric Voices: A Scrapbook of Brisbane Cultural History 1965-1995 which includes a history of ToadShow
  • Interpretive centres and museums such as Burke and Wills Dig Tree and Hinkler Hall of Aviation

The State Library of Queensland has a substantial collection of material produced by ToadShow.