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Honour for member Genevieve Gates at conference in Peru   more....

Worth seeing...

**The Derwent exhibition at TMAG

**Bird Woman Elizabeth Gould at the Allport


New! How to get a species list out of NVA

July Bulletin

Deadline for next bulletin is October 16th.

Contributions welcome.

Email the editor


130 years of change on King Island.

FNCV event Oct. 2017.......more


2018 ANN:

To be held in western Victoria, October 2018

Advance info.


** Field Naturalists on Facebook
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Tasmanian Field Naturalists Club Inc.

What's coming up in 2017?

Thursday 5th. October - Meeting

Guest Speaker: Magali Wright from NRM South will present on biosecurity issues.

Sunday 8th. October - Excursion

Excursion is to David Graham's property on Mt Rumney. Meet at the end of Graham's road at 9.20am. Graham's Road is accessed directly from Cambridge Road, do not turn into Mt Rumney Road.

Thursday 2nd. November - Meeting

Guest Speaker: James Wood from Royal Tasmanian Botanic Gardens will present on "Experiences with Tasmanian Flora".

Note that the excursion associated with this presentation will take place in February 2018.

Saturday 4th. and Sunday 5th. November - Excursion to The Steppes

The Steppes, Central Plateau - see more....

 Thursday 7th. December - Members Night

Members are asked to bring interesting observations or to make short presentations to the club members.

 Sunday December 10th. - Christmas BBQ

Venue to be announced closer to time.


Meetings are held on the first Thursday of each month (excluding January) in the Life Sciences Building in College Road at the UTAS Sandy Bay Campus. Meeting time: 7.15 for 7.30pm.  Here is a map with directions.

There will be an excursion each weekend after the monthly meeting, either on Saturday or Sunday, venue to be announced at the meeting and here.

A Christmas picnic/BBQ is held on a day following the December meeting.

A little bit about us

Our members are both professional and amateur naturalists who share a common interest in the natural world.

We encourage the study of all aspects of natural history and advocate the conservation of our natural heritage. Our journal, The Tasmanian Naturalist, is issued annually and our quarterly information Bulletin covers forthcoming activities. 

The club was formed in 1904, and we are associated with other Field Naturalist Clubs throughout Tasmania and beyond.

Our monthly meetings usually include a guest speaker who presents an illustrated talk on a topic of their particular interest or expertise. Members also contribute and discuss their recent observations of nature. An excursion on the following weekend visits a site, usually in Southern Tasmania, and usually related to the topic of the presentation.



Postal address:

Tasmanian Field Naturalists' Club            
Hobart 7001


Email the secretary:

or come to a meeting, everyone is welcome.


There is more about us here