Tasmanian Conservation Trust Inc.

Caring for Tasmania since 1968

Working to protect Tasmania

The Tasmanian Conservation Trust (TCT) is the only Tasmanian conservation organisation that involves itself in the full range of conservation issues. Founded in 1968, it is the longest continuing environment organisation in Tasmania. As a non-political organisation, it can engage with government, industry and the wider community in a non-confrontationist manner to achieve genuine, on-ground conservation outcomes.

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Latest News

Media Release: Groom refuses to meet environment groups 8 Dec 2016 More

20 October 2016 Chipman's cut-price toxic dump more

26 September 2016 Media Release Okehampton salmon farming review more

23.9.2016 Submission Okehampton salmon farming review more

23.9.2016 Joint media release state planning scheme more

30.6.2016 Submission regarding Draft Tasmanian Cat Management Plan, TCT's comprehensive review and comments more

1.5.2016 TCT and Invasive Species Council joint submission on Tasmania's Biosecurity Legislation Review Draft Position Paper more

31.1. 2016 Government deception over Freycinet National Park Management Plan changes more

23.2.2016: Foreign Investment Review Board fails to see Tasmanian devil as being in the national interest..more

19.1.2016: SUPERTRAWLER, The UNCENSORED version by Jon Bryan to the Senate Supertrawler Enquiry into environmental, social and economic impacts of the large capacity fishing vessels. We have decided to publish the censored version of Jon's submission here in the public interest.. more

30.11.2015: TCT submission:  . 'Approved Management Method for Storage and Reuse of Waste Tyres' - comments on the draft AMM and Companion Document more


Public reserve management
Tas Tyre Cleanup

Tassie eco film fest


Invasive species
Invasive species

Marine environment and wild fisheries
Marine environment
& wild fisheries

Forests on public land
Forests on
public land

Threatened species

Private land biodiversity
Private land



Public reserve management
Public reserve



*photo: Jon Bryan
††photo: Dave Watts
***photo: David James
† Wayne Lawler
‡photo: D Panther
**photo: Jon Delaine
†††photo: John Grist

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