Tasmania’s Wilderness World Heritage Area is at risk of being mined, logged and polluted by hotels. Our oceans are under threat from foreign super trawlers vacuuming up everything in their path, and now the Abbott Government has cut funding. Environment Tasmania is leading campaigns to defend against these attacks and to create a new Tasmania where people and nature coexist happily. But we need your help.

Please click here to make an urgent donation and ensure we can keep Tasmania Truly, Deeply Wild.



Living Landscape Program

Restoring forests, building and repairing walking tracks, and promoting new reserves.

Over 20 conservation groups are represented by Environment Tasmania. 


Join us to protect our unique marine environment and fisheries.

Let's create a community around protecting Tasmania's incredible forests. 

What's new?

Senate Inquiry hears of poor fish farm regulation

July 17, 2015 12:18 PM

Environment Tasmania, the Tasmanian Conservation Trust and community group Tasmanian Aquaculture Reform Alliance have today... Learn More

Help us restore a logged coupe in the World Heritage Area

May 05, 2015 1:33 PM

Want to help restore a logged coupe back to tall eucalypt forest? Come and join... Learn More

Last chance to join our Lake Skinner working bee this Sunday 3 May

April 27, 2015 11:02 AM

Our last working bee was fully booked (and had a rave review in The Mercury)... Learn More

Ecological Restoration Symposium 23 May 2015

April 24, 2015 9:51 AM

Want to learn more about forest restoration in Tasmania? Don't miss the upcoming Ecological Restoration... Learn More

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