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Postal Address

Level 2
191 Liverpool St

Open hours

10.00am — 5.00pm
Monday — Friday

All welcome to visit during these hours.

Media and out-of-hours Contact

Peter McGlone
0406 380 545
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Our Staff


Peter Mcglone Director 

Peter has served as Director of the Tasmanian Conservation Trust since 2009. From 1991 to 2008 Peter was the Tasmanian Coordinator for the Threatened Species Network, a program of the World Wide Fund for Nature Australia. Peter's particular work passions are the conservation of natural areas on private land and ensuring active management of natural areas, including weed control. In his spare time he works regularly with two landcare groups which focus on weed control and go bushwalking and camping, mostly with a dog in tow.

Kaylene allan  Cat Campaigner

Kaylene takes up the position of Cat Management Officer in a unique partnership between the Tasmanian Conservation Trust and Kingborough City Council. Over the past 30 years in Tasmania Kaylene has worked in the health, environment and community sectors. This role brings together Kaylene's passion and interest in working with people and towards protection of the environment.



Jon Bryan – Marine Campaigner

Jon has been working on issues relating to fisheries and the marine environment for the Tasmanian Conservation Trust since 1994. He is a member of all current Tasmanian fishery advisory committees (FACs), including ScalefishFAC. Jon is also a member of AFMA's South MAC committee. Jon has taken an active interest in all fisheries he has been associated with through these types of committees and consults scientists and managers as well as other conservation NGOs when necessary. He has a science degree and studied ecology, marine biology and fisheries management at university.


Heather cassidy – Office Manager

 Heather has never known a time in which caring for the environment, in one way or another, has not been a big part of her life. From a childhood that included maintaining an ecosystem for tadpoles, to holiday excursions for days at a time into places such as the Walls of Jerusalem, Lake St Clair, and Cradle Mountain. These were always accompanied by her father’s tuition in environmental science, cementing a sense of our place in, and impact on, the planet. Heather has been working in the film and TV industry in Brisbane, the Gold Coast and Melbourne for the past decade, on shows such as Terra Nova, Nowhere Boys and Bespoke