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Protected Land at Base Camp Tasmania

In 2013 Base Camp Tasmania was listed with the Wildlife Land Trust. The Wildlife Land Trust was launched in 2007 by the Humane Society International in an effort to preserve and protect our vital native habitats and the animals that depend on them. Working under the guiding principle of "humane stewardship", the Wildlife Land Trust protects not only vast and impressive landscapes but also the smaller, humbler places that provide for the needs of all wildlife, rare and common species alike.Protected Areas on Private Land at Base Camp Tasmania New Norfolk

Prior to this, late in 2008 most of Base Camp Tasmania (38 of 41 hectares) had been granted a Restrictive Covenant legally binding on us and any future owners of this land.

The purpose of the Covenant is to protect the Natural Values of the land (the variety of all life-forms that are native to the land, including plants, animals and micro-organisms, the genes they contain and the eco-systems of which they are part, and the processes which maintain them).

We have agreed to refrain from activities on, or in relation to, the Land which will cause damage to, or degradation of, the Natural Values. We have also agreed to implement and be bound by a Nature Conservation Plan for Base Camp Tasmania.

If you wish to read the above documents they may be downloaded as PDF files by clicking the following links:

Nature Conservation Plan for Base Camp Tasmania New Norfolk Nature Conservation Plan for Base Camp Tasmania

Restrictive Covenant 27 November 2008 for Base Camp Tasmania New Norfolk Restrictive Covenant 27 November, 2008

Aerial View of Base Camp Tasmania New Norfolk and it's protected land