Sisters Beach Wildcare

The 2023 Annual General Meeting of Wildcare Tasmania Inc. will be accessible to all Wildcare members via Zoom video conferencing.

March 23rd, 2023 7:00 PM through March 23rd, 2023 8:00 PM

Register here. Note: This event is open to Wildcare members and you will need to be logged into the website with your email/membership number and password in order to register. We warmly welcome you to join Wildcare if you are visiting our site and not already a member. For help with logging in or joining Wildcare, please contact our friendly team at or phone 0361654230.

Upon registering, you will receive a link to the Zoom meeting.

The purpose of the meeting is to give members a report on Wildcare’s activities and finances for the previous year, to allow members to ask questions, and to elect two members of Wildcare’s Board.

Members will be asked to:

  • confirm the minutes of the Annual General Meeting and Special General Meeting held in 2022;
  • accept the annual financial statements; and
  • accept the auditor’s and Chair’s reports; and
  • appoint two Wildcare Board members; and
  • appoint an auditor for 2023.


Going Beyond Vegetation Repair: Building Community Engagement at Sisters Beach Estuary

Dr Colin Hocking, Emeritus Research Fellow, La Trobe University

Wildcare’s AGM’s are definitely not boring! At the end of the meeting, Colin Hocking from Sisters Beach Wildcare will present on the group’s work engaging local government and the community in the face of a changing coastal environment.

Coastal erosion is a serious problem at Sisters Beach, as it is around Australia. Sisters Beach Wildcare is investigating what the local impacts of coastal erosion are, and how best to respond to these. Colin will talk about how Wildcare has gone about this, as well as tackling a bigger question, of how to engage with the wider community, beyond those already thinking actively about environmental protection. This includes bringing wider attention to what is happening in the local environment, and how the local community can best contribute to finding solutions and protect our key local natural assets.