NRM South Membership

Membership of the Association is open to any organisation with an interest in natural resource management in southern Tasmania*. Annual membership is free and our members have an opportunity to help shape the direction and focus of natural resource management activities.

Members are actively encouraged to attend our Annual General Meeting (AGM) where we ratify our Annual Report and Auditor’s report.

*Please note that as of 22.09.2021, memberships are only open to organisations and no longer to individuals. If you are an individual with an interest in being involved with NRM, please consider subscribing to our newsletter and following our social media channels for updates on what is happening in your region.

Members’ Benefits

Vote – Voting rights at the AGM and ‘special meetings’.

Influence – Be part of, and influence, the regional NRM agenda and its approach to natural resource management.

Network – Become better connected to the regional NRM network.

Communicate – Receive information about projects, events and funding opportunities relating to NRM.

Recognition – Members’ logos will be listed on our website.


Additional information

Membership applications are reviewed by the Board. Applicants will be notified of the outcome in writing and, if approved, will be entered into the register of members.

A quorum for the transaction of the business of a general meeting is one quarter of the official representatives of organisational members.

Any member of the association:

a)         becomes a member of the Association when its name is entered in the register of members;

b)         ceases to be a member of the Association when its name is removed from the register of members; and

c)         may be removed from the register of members if it has failed to renew its membership of the Association before the Annual General Meeting.

Members of the Association

The Association is an incorporated body and application for membership is open to organisations who accept and support the Membership Charter.

Organisational members of the Association elect members of the NRM South Board – which in turn provides strategic guidance and direction to the NRM South CEO and Management Team.

For more information, see the NRM South rules of association.


To apply for membership, please download and fill in the form below.

Membership of the Association Application Form

Birdlife Tasmania
Clarence City Council
Conservation Landholders Tasmania
Conservation Volunteers Australia
City of Hobart
Derwent Catchment Project
Department of Natural Resources and Environment Tasmania
Dunalley Tasman Neighbourhood House
Glamorgan Spring Bay Council
Glenorchy City Council
Greening Australia
Hobart airport
Huon Valley Council
Hydro Tasmania
K and D family farm
Kingborough Council
OzFish Unlimited
Petrichor Wines
Pakana Services
Private Forests Tasmania
Sorell Council
Southern Beaches Landcare Coastcare
Southern Midlands Council
Sustainability Learning Centre
Sustainable Timber Tasmania
Tasman Council
Tasmanian Conservation Trust
Tasmanian Land Conservancy
Tasmanian Seafood Industry Council
Threatened Plants Tasmania
Wildcare Tasmania