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Your financial contribution helps us monitor and advocate for the environmental and conservation values of Tasmania’s national parks.
Donations over $2 are fully tax deductible.
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The Central Highland Council’s refusal to grant a permit for the proposed helicopter-accessed tourist accommodation at Lake Malbena did not put an end to this inappropriate development. The proponent is now appealing this decision.
The Tasmanian National Parks Association (TNPA), The Wilderness Society Tasmania (TWS) and some individuals with a longstanding association with Lake Malbena have joined as parties to the appeal. We have taken this significant step because we strongly believe that Council’s decision to refuse a permit to this development should be upheld. See here for more information.
In order to put our best case to the Resource Management and Planning Appeal Tribunal, we have engaged the Environment Defenders Office Tasmania (EDO) to represent us. We will also need to call a variety of experts to prepare detailed reports and give evidence and brief specialist barristers. Despite the EDO’s support, legal and expert fees are likely to run into tens of thousands of dollars.
Your donation will help us to meet these costs and to protect Tasmania’s National Parks. Please give generously.
Donate to our Tasmanian Parks Guardian and Monitoring Program using the secure online platform Give Now.
You can also donate electronically by direct transfer to :
BSB: 807 009
Account Number: 5135 7585
Name of account: TNPA Public Fund
Please note that the account for donation is different from the account for membership.
Please contact us at email@example.com with your contact information and the date you made the transfer to alert us to your donation and so our Treasurer can correctly identify it and send a receipt to you.
Thanks for Supporting Our Work
The Tasmanian National Parks Association offers an independent voice for Tasmania’s national parks and reserves, to ensure they are managed for the conservation of the values for which they were proclaimed.