NRM South was established in 2003 under the Tasmanian Natural Resource Management Act 2002. NRM South forms part of a national network of 56 similar entities across Australia.
We are responsible to engage the community and government to help to protect, preserve and manage Southern Tasmania’s wealth of natural assets.
We aim to protect both native and productive land, diverse flora and fauna, complex river and coastal ecosystems and everything that makes up our unique Southern Tasmanian landscape. This can be done by sharing knowledge and resources, influencing policy and planning, and through supporting the community in practical, on-ground initiatives.
NRM South’s activities range from weed eradication and revegetation to implementing threatened species recovery plans, and from developing and distributing educational resources to improving land management and building capacity for change.
Please get in touch with NRM South from the Contact box on the right.