The Department convened a Coordinating Body in April 2021 for the purpose of developing a community owned and led Wildlife Rehabilitation Sector Strategy in response to calls from the sector to address a range of issues.
Sector consultation, including a survey and a series of workshops, was undertaken throughout the second half of 2021.
The Coordinating Body sought written submissions on a draft Wildlife Rehabilitation Sector Strategy and Action Plan between 22 December 2021 and 31 January 2022.
The final version of the Wildlife Rehabilitation Sector Strategy and Action Plan (the Strategy) is available here:
Tasmanian Wildlife Rehabilitation Sector Strategy and Action Plan 2022 - 2024 (PDF 6Mb)
See page 27 of the Strategy for more information on how the Strategy was developed.
Wildlife Network Tasmania Inc.
The newly formed Wildlife Network Tasmania will play a key role in implementing the Wildlife Rehabilitation Sector Strategy and Action Plan.
The Department is supporting Wildlife Network Tasmania to undertake its work, including providing this interim webpage, to ensure the sector can be kept up to date.
Wildlife Network Tasmania Communique - April 2023 (PDF 60Kb)
Wildlife Network Tasmania Communique - July 2023 (PDF 102Kb)
Wildlife Network Tasmania Communique - August 2023 (PDF 178Kb)
Wildlife Network Tasmania Board Directors:
- Georgie Ibbott (Chair)
- Leanne Taylor
- Greg Irons
- Lyndell Whyte
- Matt Clement
- Suzy Nethercott-Watson
- Joh Robertson
Interim Implementation Body
An Interim Implementation Body was established to begin the implementation of the Strategy. This group completed its task in December 2022 and activities transitioned to Wildlife Network Tasmania Inc.
The Interim Implementation Body provided updates to the sector:
The Coordinating Body
A Coordinating Body was established by the Department to oversee the development of a Wildlife Rehabilitation Sector Strategy.
The Coordinating Body provided updates to the sector: