About The Wilderness Society Victoria Inc
The Wilderness Society (TWS) is a leading Australian not-for-profit community-based conservation organisation dedicated to the protection and restoration of our wilderness and natural processes across Australia for the survival and ongoing evolution of life on Earth.
TWS was established in 1976 to help save the Franklin River and has since played an important role in many of Australia's great conservation campaigns. Kakadu, the Daintree, South West Tasmanian Wilderness, the forests of Eastern and Western Australia and the wilderness of Antarctica are among the many places TWS has helped protect.
The Wilderness Society Victoria (TWS Vic) campaigns to protect wild and natural areas across the state and is a key advocate for biodiversity protection in Victoria. Central to this is a long running campaign to protect Victoria's native forests, under threat from logging and the implications of climate change. This campaign is part of TWS's national forest campaign agenda which seeks to protect all of Australia's high conservation value native forests. TWS Vic works collaboratively with other regional, state and national environmental organisations to deliver forest protection in Victoria.
2/288 Brunswick St
Fitzroy VIC 3065