Join WILDCARE and register with your favourite reserve, or with any of our committed volunteer groups listed below.  Many reserves now have support groups called Community Action in Reserves or CARes groups. As a WILDCARE member you can join with any of the groups to be kept informed of activities and events.

Our organisation has 4 main branches of volunteer activity

  • Community Action in Reserves (CARes) – assisting Reserve management
  • Naturecare – assisting with nature conservation
  • Heritagecare – assisting cultural heritage conservation
  • WILDCARE Inc Office – assisting and supporting our members
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Naturecare /// 281 Members

Wildcare Friends of Bonorong

Wildcare Friends of Bonorong

We rescue, care for and release wildlife that is injured or orphaned, and we raise awareness of wildlife welfare and conservation in the community. We are also in the process of building Tasmania’s first wildlife-only veterinary hospital.

Please note: this group is for those who have completed our Wildlife Rescue Program Training only. This training is free and is held regularly – you can find out more on our website. You will be added to the branch when you have completed your training.

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CARES /// 125 Members

Friends of Maatsuyker Island

Friends of Maatsuyker Island

Maatsuyker Island is recognised in Tasmania, nationally and internationally as one of a group of Tasmanian islands which has important heritage, natural and Aboriginal values. The Friends of Maatsuyker Island (FOMI) formed in 2003 to contribute to the conservation, protection and recognition of these values. FOMI work collaboratively with the Tasmanian Parks and Wildlife Service and other key groups.

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CARES /// 107 Members

Friends of Deal Island

Friends of Deal Island

Our group aims to promote better management outcomes with regard to the national park and undertakes practical projects concerning both the cultural and natural heritage of Deal Island through working bees and fundraising.

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CARES /// 105 Members

Friends of Melaleuca WILDCARE

Friends of Melaleuca WILDCARE

Our group aims to assist with reserve management to protect the natural values and cultural heritage of Melaleuca, while retaining the essential spirit of the place. We aim to undertake practical projects involving general maintenance work on heritage listed buildings as well as Parks and Wildlife Service facilities.

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CARES /// 91 Members

Friends of Tasman Island

Friends of Tasman Island

Our members are a very dedicated group of volunteers and supporters who are interested in the conservation of both the cultural and natural environment on Tasman Island.  We work in partnership with the Parks and Wildlife Service fundraising for, and implementing conservation plans for the heritage-listed buildings on the island. We also support environmental and wildlife programs on the island.

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CARES /// 86 Members

Friends of Maria Island

Friends of Maria Island

Our group developed from an initial involvement in the renovation of historic farm buildings, but now has broadened towards sustaining the long term future of the island’s ecosystems as well as it’s cultural heritage. We came together through a common interest in preserving the environment and heritage of the island.

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CARES /// 81 Members

Friends of Bass Strait Islands

Friends of Bass Strait Islands

Our focus is the control of weeds, primarily boxthorn, on many of the Furneaux outer isles and around the Flinders coast. We work in cooperation with Parks and Wildlife Service, NRM North, tacinc and Flinders Island Landcare.

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Naturecare /// 76 Members

Threatened Plants Tasmania

Threatened Plants Tasmania

Our members assist threatened plant species conservation and recovery throughout the State in close cooperation with the Threatened Species Unit specialists from the Biodiversity Conservation Branch (DPIW). Our main activities are searching for and monitoring threatened plant populations. We also do some priority weeding and management of key sites, especially where we have successfully applied for funding.

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CARES /// 75 Members

Friends of Freycinet

Friends of Freycinet

Our members undertake a variety of work in and around the Freycinet National Park plus other reserves to the north and south. Tasks are many and varied so we can accommodate volunteers with many skills.

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Naturecare /// 63 Members

Friends of the OBP

Friends of the OBP

The Friends of Orange-bellied Parrot coordinates volunteers and assists with research activities under the National Orange-bellied Parrot Recovery Plan. A core part of our activities is the provision of volunteers to the Department of Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment’s observation program at Melaleuca each summer.

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CARES /// 60 Members

Friends of Mt Field

Friends of Mt Field

Our members assist the Rangers with a wide range of management activities including minor maintenance work on walking tracks and huts, mainly in the alpine areas of the Park.

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Heritagecare /// 57 Members

Friends of Bruny Is Quarantine Station

Friends of Bruny Is Quarantine Station

Building /environmental maintenance, meeting and greeting visitors, and installation of interpretive panels are  some of the activites we undertake in this historic area. There is  the opportunity to participate in a volunteer caretaker program where you can stay for a while and assist visitors in understanding the history of the site.

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WILDCARE Cradle Mountain Volunteers

WILDCARE Cradle Mountain Volunteers work with Parks and Wildlife staff to help protect and conserve this iconic Park in Tasmania’s North-West.  Tasks are varied and suit a broad range of skills and interests including walking track work, weed control, conservation works on historic buildings, fauna monitoring and revegetation.

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Wildcare Friends of Wellington Park

The aim of our members is to maintain and enhance the native flora and fauna of the major natural icon of Hobart, Wellington Park and to educate Park users of the high biodiversity values and ways to protect them. The major focus is to halt the spread of weed species and where possible, eradicate .

Our work has now expanded to assisting land managers, particularly the Parks & Wildlife Service with maintenance and improvement of walking tracks.

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CARES /// 52 Members

WILDCARE SPRATS

WILDCARE SPRATS

SPRATS are a crack team of weeders who are out to eradicate sea spurge from the remote beaches of the west coast of Tasmania. Be prepared for weeks away in hostile environments if you join this group of hardy Wildcarers!

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Naturecare /// 51 Members

Whale Rescue First Response Team - South

Whale Rescue First Response Team - South

After training, our members are ready to assist with whale rescues at any time of the day. Some rescues occur in isolated locations and extend over a number of days, so members in this group should be prepared to travel to the southern areas of Tasmania, in a self sufficient manner, possibly for an extended period of time.

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CARES /// 46 Members

Get Outside with Community (South)

Get Outside with Community (South)

Old and New Tasmanians getting to know and understand national parks. We organise activities for people new to the state to get outside and enjoy our national parks, whilst making new friends and finding out about the world of volunteering experience that is Wildcare. Our trips generally depart from Hobart in the south of the state.

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Naturecare /// 41 Members

Friends of Lillico Penguins

Friends of Lillico Penguins

Throughout the penguins’ breeding season, from late September to early the following April, we assist the Parks and Wildlife Service to supervise the visitors to the Penguin viewing platform. We interpret the wildlife through talks, question and answer sessions as well as recording counts of visitors and wildlife.

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Naturecare /// 39 Members

Native Animal Rescue

Native Animal Rescue

We are a group of approximately 20 carers in the North and northeast of the state, who are committed to caring for orphaned and injured wildlife until safely released to their natural environment. We also raise awareness of the needs of our native wildlife to ensure continuity of a diverse and healthy ecosystem.

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Wildcare Friends of the Penguin Cradle Trail

Our volunteers help maintain and improve the Penguin Cradle Trail in North West Tasmania. The Trail is a diverse walking track from the township of Penguin on the north coast of Tasmania to the iconic Cradle Mountain.

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Naturecare /// 34 Members

WILDCARE Wildlife Rescue and Rehab

WILDCARE Wildlife Rescue and Rehab

Our members provide a first response service when people report injured or orphaned animals in the northwest of Tasmania. Animals are cared for until they are ready for staged release to suitable habitat.

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CARES /// 33 Members

WILDCARE Friends of GIS

WILDCARE Friends of GIS

Friends of GIS are a self help group that meet on a regular basis to learn the QGIS mapping software. We come from a wide range of Wildcare groups across the state and help each other to prepare maps of our areas of interest. We are also happy to take on mapping tasks for other groups in the hope that they will also learn the software.

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Whale Rescue First Response Team - Eastern Shore

After training, our members are ready to assist with whale rescues at any time of the day. Some rescues occur in isolated locations and extend over a number of days, so members in this group should be prepared to travel to the Eastern Shore area of Hobart, in a self sufficient manner, possibly for an extended period of time.

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Friends of Coningham Nature Recreation Area

We undertake a variety of work to ensure the values of this important reserve are maintained. This includes removal of weeds and work on the many walking tracks in the area. We also support the Wildscool program that brings local school children to this reserve to improve their skills in maths, technology, environmental science and research.

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CARES /// 27 Members

Wildcare Friends of Narawntapu

Wildcare Friends of Narawntapu

We are a committed group of bushwalkers based on the North West coast who have seen a need to rid the beautiful coastline of the invasive plant sea spurge along the coastline of the Narawantapu National Park.

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Naturecare /// 26 Members

Central North Wildlife Care and Rescue

Central North Wildlife Care and Rescue

Central North Wildlife Care & Rescue operates close to Devonport in the northwest of Tasmania. We provide a  telephone response service and care for injured and orphaned wildlife.

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Wildcare Wildlife Emergency Response and Recovery Unit

The W.E.R.R.Unit is committed to providing a safe and coordinated approach to wildlife rescue during an incident & recovery work after Emergencies/Incidents.

The W.E.R.R.Unit will also provide assistance and support (where able) to wildlife carers inside the areas affected.

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Oil Spill Response South - seabird and other wildlife

By joining this branch you will be volunteering to be part of a first response group assisting with oiled shorebirds and other wildlife in the event of a major spill. Members in this group should be prepared to travel in a self sufficient manner to the southern parts of Tasmania, possibly for an extended period of time.

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WILDCARE Friends of the Raptor and Wildlife Refuge

We support the work of the Raptor and Wildlife Refuge at Kettering, providing assistance with maintenance of facilities and educational visits. The centre rehabilitates birds of prey that have been injured and releases them back into the wild.

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Wildcare Friends of the Derwent and Channel Penguins

Our members undertake conservation and maintenance work in the colonies of Little Penguins in the Derwent and D’Entrecasteaux Channel. Alongside other volunteers from Council and private landowners we also assist with population counts and breeding surveys.

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CARES /// 23 Members

Friends of Trevallyn Reserve

Friends of Trevallyn Reserve

We work in all parts of the reserve, some of which is administered by the Launceston City Council and the remainder by the Tasmanian Parks and Wildlife Service. Our members and volunteers attend working bees on the second Saturday of each month. Our major objective is to “engage in environmental maintenance and restoration”.

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CARES /// 23 Members

Friends of the Franklin River

Friends of the Franklin River

We are volunteers committed to caring for the Franklin River and its National Park. We will be removing weeds along the River banks, maintaining walking routes and camp sites and promoting the spectacular values of the area. Due to the nature of this work rafting experience is a prerequisite for members of this group.

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CARES /// 23 Members

Tamar Island Wetlands Volunteers

Tamar Island Wetlands Volunteers

At the Tamar Island Wetlands Centre we welcome visitors from overseas, interstate and local to the centre and interpret the wetland environment and the island history with talks, displays and providing brochures.We also help with administration duties and cleaning duties. Volunteers who like the outdoors enjoy participating in activities such as flora and fauna surveys, working bees and open days.

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CARES /// 23 Members

Wildcare Coastal Custodians

Wildcare Coastal Custodians

Our members organise an annual beach cleanup and monitoring program along the remote south coast beaches of Tasmania. All the rubbish is collected, counted and collated to help in identifying the rubbish source and to further education programs to reduce this environmental damage.

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CARES /// 22 Members

Mole Creek Karst Care

Mole Creek Karst Care

Our members assist the Rangers with a wide range of management activities, mainly underground. These activities include cleaning, track marking, placement of advisory signs and surveying. Some of these caves are under a limited access code requiring affiliation with the Australian Speleology Federation (ASF), others are less restricted.

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CARES /// 22 Members

WILDCARE Friends of Woodvine

WILDCARE Friends of Woodvine

Woodvine is a 377 hectare Nature Reserve near Forcett. The Friends of Woodvine work closely with Parks & Wildlife staff to carry on the vision of Ernie Shaw, who donated the property to the people of Tasmania to protect Woodvine’s natural environment, flora and fauna forever. We also help care for the heritage-listed farm buildings and weed outbreaks of Spanish heath.

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Naturecare /// 20 Members

Friends of the Freshwater Lobster

Friends of the Freshwater Lobster

We maintain and operate an educational and tourist centre at Robinhill Road, Flowerdale (near Wynyard).  The Centre,  ponds and native garden, are in constant need of maintenance to welcome visitors to the site.  We encourage school and community groups and interested people to visit and see and learn about these amazing creatures, or get involve and assist in this project.

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WildcareOfficeInc /// 20 Members

WILDCARE Inc Office

WILDCARE Inc Office

No volunteer organisation can run without some dedicated office staff to keep things flowing. If you have a passion for keeping things in order, answering enquiries and helping us spread the word about Wildcare then join us at the office. We can really use the skills of administrators, graphic designers, webmasters, photographers and journalists.

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CARES /// 20 Members

WILDCARE SpLATs

WILDCARE SpLATs

What is a SpLAT? It’s a Spurge Local Action Team whose main focus is the eradication of the weed sea spurge. Splatters work on the south and east coast of Tasmania tackling this particularly nasty weed.

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Whale Rescue First Response Team - Bruny Island

After training, our members are ready to assist with whale rescues at any time of the day. Some rescues occur in isolated locations and extend over a number of days, so members in this group should be prepared to travel to the Bruny Island area, in a self sufficient manner, possibly for an extended period of time.

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Whale Rescue First Response Team - Narawntapu

After training, our members are ready to assist with whale rescues at any time of the day. Some rescues occur in isolated locations and extend over a number of days, so members in this group should be prepared to travel to the Narawntapu National Park area, in a self sufficient manner, possibly for an extended period of time.

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WildcareOfficeInc /// 18 Members

WILDSCOOL Voluntary Educators

WILDSCOOL Voluntary Educators

We support classroom environmental educations sessions, assist with school garden developments and accompany field excursions to local reserves and National Parks where the students undertake volunteer projects, assisting the Park Rangers.

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Wildcare Friends of the larapuna coast

The purpose of this branch is to assist with tasks to protect the natural and cultural values of the area, celebrate these values and run events to build community.

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CARES /// 17 Members

Friends of Claytons House

Friends of Claytons House

We undertake  maintenance on retired fisherman Clyde Clayton’s old cottage at Clayton’s Corner, Bathurst Harbour, deep in the Southwest National Park. The cottage is open for daytime visitors and accessed by water from the jetty at Clayton’s Corner. Many tourists are conducted to the cottage by boat from Melaleuca.

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Oil Spill Response Northwest - seabird and other wildlife

By joining this branch you will be volunteering to be part of a first response group assisting with oiled shorebirds and other wildlife in the event of a major spill. Members in this group should be prepared to travel in a self sufficient manner to the northwest coast of Tasmania, possibly for an extended period of time.

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Whale Rescue First Response Team - East Coast

After training, our members are ready to assist with whale rescues at any time of the day. Some rescues occur in isolated locations and extend over a number of days, so members in this group should be prepared to travel to the the East Coast of Tasmania, in a self sufficient manner, possibly for an extended period of time.

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CARES /// 16 Members

Friends of Snake Island

Friends of Snake Island

The Friends of Snake Island (FOSI)  includes members of the Tasmanian Sea Canoeing Club (TSCC), the Kettering Yacht Club (KYC) and other local community members. It was recognised that, while the island has traditionally been, and continues to be, a popular destination for people with access to boats, it has unfortunately suffered some degradation over the years. We aim to reverse that degradation!

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CARES /// 16 Members

WILDCARE Deslacs

WILDCARE Deslacs

Our members are dedicated to the area around Clifton Beach and the Cape Deslacs Conservation Area. We undertake a variety of work including beach cleanups, feral oyster removal, native grass plantings as well as weed control. All this, to make the area a great place for the local community.

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CARES /// 16 Members

WILDCARE Friends of Fisher Island

WILDCARE Friends of Fisher Island

We are a group that has a central and on-going focus on Fisher Island in the Furneaux group in Bass Strait, however we will include other Tasmanian Islands which are impacted by vertebrate pests (eg cats, rats, mice, rabbits and others). We also undertake the short-tailed shearwater banding project, one of the longest-running migratory bird monitoring programs in the world.

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Whale Rescue First Response Team - Freycinet

After training, our members are ready to assist with whale rescues at any time of the day. Some rescues occur in isolated locations and extend over a number of days, so members in this group should be prepared to travel to the Freycinet National Park area, in a self sufficient manner, possibly for an extended period of time.

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Whale Rescue First Response Team - Launceston

After training, our members are ready to assist with whale rescues at any time of the day. Some rescues occur in isolated locations and extend over a number of days, so members in this group should be prepared to travel to the Launceston area, in a self sufficient manner, possibly for an extended period of time.

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CARES /// 14 Members

Wildcare Friends of Sarah Island

Wildcare Friends of Sarah Island

Friends of Sarah Island” is a small group of community-minded locals, who have formed to help with the maintenance of one of Tasmania’s significant heritage sites, which attracts thousands of visitors each year.

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CARES /// 13 Members

WILDCARE Tinderbox Marine Reserve

WILDCARE Tinderbox Marine Reserve

We assist the Parks and Wildlife Service to care for, manage and promote the Tinderbox Marine Reserve and the value of Marine Reserves generally throughout Tasmania.

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Whale Rescue First Response Team - Devonport

After training, our members are ready to assist with whale rescues at any time of the day. Some rescues occur in isolated locations and extend over a number of days, so members in this group should be prepared to travel to the Devonport area, in a self sufficient manner, possibly for an extended period of time.

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Wildcare Friends of Macquarie Harbour and Waterways

Our group works in partnership with the Parks and Wildlife Service (PWS), Forestry Tasmania, and land owners to help maintain the cultural and heritage tracks and infrastructure within Macquarie Harbour and its waterways.

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CARES /// 12 Members

Dry Stone Wall Preservation Group

Dry Stone Wall Preservation Group

The Dry Stone Wall Preservation Group is interested in maintaining dry stone walls and the skills and techniques used to build and maintain them. Many areas of Tasmania retain dry stone walls as farm fencing and garden and village features and there are signs and remnants of past stone walls in various places across the landscape.

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CARES /// 12 Members

Rivers Wild Care

Rivers Wild Care

Our volunteering might seem to be extreme in terms of where we go and the tasks we tackle, and it is definitley an adventure – its part of why we do it. But we also recognise that these areas deserve and need our help like many other areas of Tasmania. We raft and we weed and we clean-up. We volunteer alongside and in cooperation with Parks and Wildlife Service Ranger staff

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Naturecare /// 12 Members

Whale Rescue First Response Team - Strahan

Whale Rescue First Response Team - Strahan

After training, our members are ready to assist with whale rescues at any time of the day. Some rescues occur in isolated locations and extend over a number of days, so members in this group should be prepared to travel to the Strahan area, in a self sufficient manner, possibly for an extended period of time.

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Wildcare Roaring Beach Wildlife Rescue

Wildcare Roaring Beach Wildlife Rescue is based on the Tasman Peninsula and focuses on rescue, rehabilitation, conservation and education in relation to native Tasmanian fauna. If you have injured wildlife in the Tasman Peninsula area we can assist.

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Naturecare /// 10 Members

Whale Rescue First Response Team - Stanley

Whale Rescue First Response Team - Stanley

After training, our members are ready to assist with whale rescues at any time of the day. Some rescues occur in isolated locations and extend over a number of days, so members in this group should be prepared to travel to the Stanley area, in a self sufficient manner, possibly for an extended period of time.

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Oil Spill Response North - seabird and other wildlife

By joining this branch you will be volunteering to be part of a first response group assisting with oiled shorebirds and other wildlife in the event of a major spill. Members in this group should be prepared to travel in a self sufficient manner to the northern coast of Tasmania, possibly for an extended period of time.

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Whale Rescue First Response Team - Flinders Island

After training, our members are ready to assist with whale rescues at any time of the day. Some rescues occur in isolated locations and extend over a number of days, so members in this group should be prepared to travel to Flinders Island, in a self sufficient manner, possibly for an extended period of time.

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Whale Rescue First Response Team - Marrawah

After training, our members are ready to assist with whale rescues at any time of the day. Some rescues occur in isolated locations and extend over a number of days, so members in this group should be prepared to travel to the Marrawah area, in a self sufficient manner, possibly for an extended period of time.

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Wildcare Friends of Great Western Tiers

Our group formed in 2016 and we aim to undertake tasks which will help maintain and protect the natural values of this beautiful area.Tasks such as track maintenance, feral plant removal and the protection of eroded and sensitive areas are some of the tasks we have been working on.

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Wildcare Friends of Three Hummock Island

Our group helps to maintain the cultural heritage on Three Hummock Island by keeping tracks and roads open so that visitors to this beautiful place can experience a truly remote Tasmanian island.

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Derwent Avenue Group for the Dave Burrows Walk

We are the caretakers of the Dave Burrows Walk which is located on the western side of North West Bay and is southeast of Margate, southern Tasmania. Our group works in partnership with the Parks and Wildlife Service and is allied to Landcare, the Kingborough Council and the Understorey Network.

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Oil Spill Response King Island - seabird and other wildlife

By joining this branch you will be volunteering to be part of a first response group assisting with oiled shorebirds and other wildlife in the event of a major spill. Members in this group should be prepared to travel in a self sufficient manner to King Island, possibly for an extended period of time.

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WILDCARE Veterinary Emergency Response Team Tasmania

We are a group of qualified Vets and Vet Nurses who are passionate about Tasmania’s wildlife. We wish to use our professional training to assist injured wildlife on a voluntary basis. To join us you will need to be a Wildcare member, and a professional in the area of veterinary care.

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Wildcare Friends of Doctors Rocks Penguins

We assist the local Ranger staff in protecting, monitoring and managing the Little Penguins at the Doctors Rocks Conservation Area just east of Wynyard in northwest Tasmania

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Oil Spill Response Furneaux Islands - seabird and other wildlife

By joining this branch you will be volunteering to be part of a first response group assisting with oiled shorebirds and other wildlife in the event of a major spill. Members in this group should be prepared to travel in a self sufficient manner to the Furneaux Islands, possibly for an extended period of time.

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WILDCARE Native Wildlife Rescue - Birralee

Native animals are always in need of assistance, either from motor vehicle accidents of events such as fires. Our group care for, rehabilitate and release injured and orphaned wildlife in the central north of Tasmania.

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Whale Rescue First Response Team - King Island

After training, our members are ready to assist with whale rescues at any time of the day. Some rescues occur in isolated locations and extend over a number of days, so members in this group should be prepared to travel to the King Island area, in a self sufficient manner, possibly for an extended period of time.

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Wildcare Friends of Billy Brown Falls

Our group has been recently formed to promote the Billy Browns Falls area as a place for the community to come and enjoy. Our intention is to assist Parks and Wildlife staff to improve and promote the accessibility, attractiveness and amenity of the area, particularly around the start of the Billy Browns Falls walking track.

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CARES /// 5 Members

Friends of Yorktown Historic Site

Friends of Yorktown Historic Site

We undertake weed control and revegetation of the historic site and maintain pathways for visitors. We protect and promote the historical aspects and values of the site. We also protect the bushland communities which contain 4 threatened plant species and a healthy wildlife population.

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Heritagecare /// 5 Members

WILDCARE Friends of Highfield

WILDCARE Friends of Highfield

Our members assist the Parks and Wildlife Service with the maintenance of the Highfield site. In particular we are keen to raise funds to support the protection and management of this unique facility.

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Heritagecare /// 5 Members

Wildcare Friends of Tasmanian Whaleboats

Wildcare Friends of Tasmanian Whaleboats

This group is building a traditional whaleboat to use as part of an education program at Port Arthur. It focuses on the use of traditional boat building skills and increasing knowledge of the whaling history of the area.

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Wildcare Friends of The Steppes Reserve

Our group works with local Rangers to maintain and upgrade The Steppes Reserve in the Central Highlands.

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Wildcare Friends of the Margaret Mitchell Garden

The Margaret Mitchell Garden is a quite new native plant garden located in Richmond Tasmania. The planting highlights Coal Valley Plants and Tasmanian plants generally, and provides a peaceful place to sit and contemplate the natural world. A great place for children to wander and play too. We even have a giant chess set and a Boules pad. We hope to continue to care for and develop the garden as an educational and relaxing place for tourists and locals.

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CARES /// 4 Members

Wildcare Lumeah Point

Wildcare Lumeah Point

Lumeah Point is a ‘pan handle’ on the north western side of Pipeclay Lagoon, with Cremorne to the east and Clifton Beach to the south. The area is home to just over 40 residences and has nurtured several generations of youngsters over the past 40+ years.

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CARES /// 2 Members

Chauncy Vale Wildcare

Chauncy Vale Wildcare

We assist both Parks and Wildlife and the Tasmanian Land Conservancy in protecting the natural and cultural values of the Chauncy Vale Wildlife Sanctuary (Conservation area) through a roster of volunteer caretakers who live onsite at the caretakers cottage.

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Friends of Redbill Point Conservation Area

We see this reserve as an important natural & cultural asset to be protected and conserved for the community. We assist with a variety of tasks from cleaning facilities, weeding, fundraising and the task of opening and closing gates to the reserve. Join us in caring for this community area.

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