- Animals of Tasmania
Links to a range of information on the wildlife of Tasmania (mammals, birds, reptiles and frogs, threatened species, and introduced animals). Also managing, threats, health, caring for and living with wildlife
- Living with wildlife
A guide to living with Tasmanian wildlife (snakes, possums, devils, quolls, eagles and hawks, kangaroos and wallabies, native hens, seals), for landowners, fishers, and home owners
- Nature and Conservation
Information on Tasmania's wildlife, plants, fire ecology, geoheritage and conservation
- Roadkill Project (Save the Tasmanian Devil Program)
Information on how the public can help, and how to report roadkill to the Roadkill Project of the Save the Tasmanian Devil Program, which is collecting data to find out how significant roadkill is to the survival of devil populations depleted by the Devil Facial Tumor Disease
- Tasmanian Forest Insect Collection
Provides information on the Tasmanian Forest Insect Collection (TFIC) which is only one of three state forestry-specific collections in Australia
- Threatened species: list of state and national approved recovery plans, 2006-2010
Lists the recovery plans for listed threatened species that have been made or adopted under the Tasmanian Threatened Species Protection Act 1995 and also the Commonwealth Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999.
- Wildlife Import Policy and Procedures
Information on the new arrangements developed by the Tasmanian Government for importing wildlife from the Australian mainland into Tasmania. These arrangements are outlined in the document, 'Policy and Procedures for the Import, Movement and Keeping of Vertebrate Wildlife in Tasmania'