The right-arm quick from Victoria is as renowned for his passion in representing his nation as he is for terrorising opposition batsmen. Right now though, Peter is passionate about something else - the issue of factory farming.
Like many Australians, Peter had no idea about what went on inside factory farms and when he found out it was life-changing. When this outdoorsman discovered that most animals raised for food in Australia never see sunlight and are denied the most basic legal protections from acts of cruelty, he made a change. One that has proven as good for his health as it is for animals.
Since adopting a vegetarian diet Peter hasn't looked back — he's at the top of his game and has never felt better. Peter joins other Aussie sporting greats including Peter Brock, Greg Chappell and Murray Rose who dominated their respective fields, while leading a compassionate lifestyle.
You can join Peter and thousands of other caring Australians by making kind choices at meal times and taking the Make it Possible pledge today.
If you do too, join others who are making a kinder world for animals possible. Sign the pledge.