From the remote mountain tops to coastal environments, woodlands, wetlands and grasslands, our reserves protect some of the most important natural areas in Tasmania. They conserve critical habitat for our rare and threatened species and serve as safe havens for the future. Explore our reserves, their special and unique values, our management activities and science program.

Reserves

Daisy Dell

Rich highland habitat for threatened fauna, flora, grasslands, sedgelands, wetlands, waterways and rainforest.

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Panatana

Protected 2017

Listen to this symphony of sound tells the story of the many birds that make their homes in Panatana’s forests and woodlands.

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Stony Farm Reserve

Protected 2013

Stony Farm Reserve was protected through a generous gift from the Schier family, whose aim was to have this area conserved for its natural values in perpetuity.

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Gordonvale Reserve

Protected 2013

Remote, wild, unique and important... a tiny pocket of Tasmania of global significance.

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Blue Tier Reserve

Protected 2012

Habitat for rare and threatened species on the eastern slopes on the Blue Tier region in north east Tasmania.

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Liffey Reserve

Protected 2010

World Heritage treasure rising steeply from the banks of the Liffey River.

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Egg Islands Reserve

Protected 2007

A mosaic of endangered forest, wetland and saline grassland communities, and home to the globally endangered Australasian bittern.

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Flat Rock Reserve

Protected 2006

Nestled within rocky dolerite hills, supporting remnant areas of silver peppermint forest and grassy blue gum forest.

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Recherche Bay Reserve

Protected 2006

A place of immense national significance for the contribution to the early understanding of Australian flora and its importance as a place of peace between nations.

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Long Point Reserve

Protected 2005

A wetland of international ecological importance on Tasmania's east coast.

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Lutregala Marsh Reserve

Protected 2005

An outstanding example of a coastal salt marsh and saline grassland, and hot spot for raptors.

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Tom Hay Reserve

Protected

A place of tribute to Tom Hay whose passion for life and nature is reflected in this gift of land to the TLC.

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We fund the on-going management and conservation for our permanent reserves through the TLC Foundation and Bequests program, together with our Regular Giving Program. Thank you to all supporters who have helped us protect these important places.