Administration Officer Volunteer (Position Filled)

Would you like to contribute your administrative skills to support the efficient functioning of a large and fast growing environmental care volunteer group in Tasmania? Wildcare Tasmania’s membership of over 7,000 support and engage in caring for National Parks and reserves, wildlife and cultural sites across Tasmania. We are looking for a volunteer to work […]

Wildcare Office Team


Working with CEO Sharon Smith, we have now established the part-time roles of Member Services Coordinator and Marketing Coordinator. We welcome Kim Willing as Member Services Coordinator and Danielle Ross Walls as Marketing Coordinator. Many of you will know Kim as she has been in the Wildcare Facilitator role for the past 12 months. Kim […]

Bruny Island Science Fun Day 2018

Free event …all welcome and ….don’t forget to look at our  student science research competition here.   Rob questions to 0458061003

FOMI AGM 27th September 2018

Friends of Maatsuyker Island

All interested ‘Wildcarers’ are invited to attend the Friends of Maatsuyker Island Annual General Meeting. When:  27th September 2018 at 7:00 pm Dinner is available from 5:30pm Where:  Derwent Sailing Squadron, 23 Marieville Esplanade, Sandy Bay, Hobart Please check the ‘files’ window on the FOMI Branch page for further details of the meeting notice and […]

Tasmanian Honour Roll of Women – Calling for Nominations


Nominations are now open for the Tasmanian Honour Roll of Women which recognises women who make a significant contribution to the community, State, nation or internationally. There are undoubtedly many Wildcaring women who could be nominated.  Do you know one? Categories women may be nominated for include service to: · Environment · Community · Cultural […]

Spring into Wildtimes


Edition 61 of Wildtimes is here!  In this 20th Anniversary bumper edition we celebrate the work of 11 Wildcare Branches across the State from the remote islands to the high peaks. Find out how cod liver oil is preserving history at Melaleuca, how feral oysters are being farewelled at Lumeah Point, and the kind of […]

Volunteers wanted for Orange-bellied parrot monitoring

Wildcare Friends of the Orange-bellied Parrot are calling for expressions of interest from pairs of volunteers to monitor the wild population of this critically endangered parrot over the coming breeding season. Volunteers will assist with the Tasmanian Orange-bellied Parrot Program. Pairs of volunteers are invited to apply to spend two, three or four weeks at […]

Tamar Island Wetlands volunteers recognised

Tamar Island Wetlands Volunteers have been shortlisted for the Fairfax Landcare Community Group Award. This award celebrates an outstanding community group that is working towards sustainable land use or is undertaking on-ground action to protect, enhance or restore an area on behalf of the community. The Tamar Island Wetlands Centre (TIWC) CARes Volunteer Group is […]

Update your contact details to receive Wildtimes


The next edition of Wildtimes is imminent.  We encourage delivery by email as it frees up Wildcare funds for projects in the field.  We will only be sending hard copies of this edition out to those members who have indicated that they would prefer a paper version. (In the past you received a hard copy […]

Get Outside – Mapping our Future

  In order to plan our future, it makes sense to take stock of what has worked well so far, and where we could deliver more. Get Outside are coming to the end of our current funding through the Tasmanian Community Fund, which is ideal timing to plan for the next phase. An external consultant, […]

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