40 Spot field day!

Come and learn about our sweet Forty-spotted pardalotes: how to recognise them, where and how they live, and what we can do as landowners and citizen scientists to help them […]

Bushfire preparedness

Friends of North Bruny are hosting an event – Dennes Point Community Hall Saturday 1 August 10.30-12.30 – focusing on reducing fire risk, preparing properties for the fire season and […]

Feral cat trapping season starting again

Federal funds will soon be released to continue the fantastic work on controlling the impacts of feral cats on Bruny. Whilst the release of funding has been slow, that has […]

2018-2019 Environmental Report Card

A combined Huon/Bruny Island environmental report card showed a disappointing drop from 6.5/10 to 3.2/10 in a single year, mainly due to the bushfires that ravaged southern Tasmania over the […]

Roadkill accounting

Citizen scientists monitoring roadkill on Bruny roads over the past 7 months met with researcher Bruce Englefield, presenting the evidence of real hotspots where high rates of vehicle collisions resulted […]

Climate ACT Now!

#ClimateActNow Zali Steggall, Independent member for Warringah in NSW who unseated Tony Abbott will introduce the Climate Change bill into parliament. She answers questions here. Show support by signing a […]

Bruny Island Local Guide App now available!

The Bruny Island Local Guide provides comprehensive map-based information to visitors touring or staying on Bruny Island, Tasmania, Australia. There are also special features for locals. Currently, it is only […]

Wildlife Conservation Field Day, April 2019

Over 50 Bruny Islanders participated in a Field Day at Apollo Bay to learn about how to protect and create wildlife habitat and monitor for feral cats and native wildlife. […]

CONSORT Battery Trial Report

Set on Bruny Island as a neat microcosm of Australia, and with a single electricity cable supplying the research area, the CONSORT Battery Trial researched how ‘prosumers’ could contribute to […]