Position Vacant – Wildcare Facilitator


Are you passionate and skilled enough to be the Wildcare Facilitator? Sadly, we are losing our wonderful Wildcare Facilitator, Jodie Epper, for 12 months while she provides her volunteering services in Indonesia. Have a great time Jodie! So we are looking for someone to take on some of her duties on a semi-volunteer contract basis, […]

Winter Warmers


The Wildcare Office volunteers have been organizing themselves this winter by stoking up the fire, putting on the kettle and by picking up the phone. Wildcare has about 60 Branches around the State with 60 volunteer Presidents of those Branches who we hope at this time of year are having a little rest.  Whilst they […]

A Generous Donation to support walking tracks !


Some days are just a bit more special than most. Recently I met two people who have a passion for natural areas, National Parks and bushwalking in Tasmania. And although their adventure horizons may be shorter these days, the memories of the time spent walking the wilds of Tasmania continue to fuel their imagination. As […]

Wildcare AGM


Annual General Meeting of Wildcare Incorporated March 25th, 2017 11:00 AM   through   3:00 PM Location 816 Kilora Road Quarantine Station North Bruny Island, TAS 7150 AUSTRALIA Election of Board members. Report on activities for 2016. Presentation of financial reports. Tour of the Station, followed by barbecue lunch. RSVP required to ceo@wildcaretas.org.au on or […]

Carrot Cake A Winner at Narawantapu

The the thought  of carrot cake and a sausage sizzle at Narawantapu captured the imagination of 25 of my Monday walking group. The eagerness with which they arrived with an array of implements was a sight to behold. My aim was to introduce and educate them  to the work Wildcare Friends of Narawantapu had been doing with the […]

Presidents Forums a Great Success


The recent annual Presidents Forums held in the south and north of the state were  great successes.  Nineteen Presidents from across the State spent two seperate days together sharing stories, learning new skills and providing valuable feedback to each other and Wildcare’s CEO to ensure  that Wildcare can continually improve. Thank you to all those […]

Wildcare BOM meeting summary


Another successful BOM meeting was held last week. Some of the exciting actions include appointing a new treasurer and a new secretary – Well Done Wildcare. Please check the minutes here for more details.

Behind the scenes – the Board of Managment


IAN ROSS is a new Board Member for Wildcare and we welcome him. Ian grew up in Brisbane, studied Architecture at QUT, and is a Registered Building Designer in Tasmania. He worked in Papua New Guinea from 1977 to 1979, and met and married his wife in Port Moresby. Ian was introduced to bushwalking in […]

What you can do in a weekend


45 diverse volunteers, 35 kilometres of coastline, three days, thousands of sea spurge plants and 100 kilograms of marine debris. These stats tell half the story from the second larapuna/Bay of Fires Community Weekend. This spectacular coastline hosted this community engagement event initiated by the Parks and Wildlife Service with significant support from the Break […]

Boost to Frenchmans Cap – thanks Dick


Walkers to Frenchmans Cap are set to enjoy a new energy efficient hut at Lake Tahune thanks to the ongoing generosity of businessman Dick Smith. Eight years ago, Mr Smith agreed to fund an upgrade of the Frenchmans Cap Track after he and his wife Pip walked the track for their 40th wedding anniversary. They […]

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