Tasman Council Volunteer Help 08_2023 v2

Dear All,


Tas Fire Service and the Regional SES are working to build up the volunteer base for these important services on the Tasman.


I’m hoping you can help spread the word, by sharing this email or the attached poster with anyone who you think might be interested in finding out more.


If  you have any questions, please use the QR code on the attached flyer, or contact the SES or Tas Fire Service on the below emails. 



“Are you interested in helping your community, learning new skills, belonging to a team and forming new friendships?


TFS and SES are looking for volunteers to join their volunteers brigades and unit on the Tasman Peninsula.


To find out more, scan the QR code or

visit www.ses.tas.gov.au/volunteer/ 

or fire.tas.gov.au/volunteering


Get in touch:


 SES: [email protected] 


TFS: [email protected]


Many thanks




Jess Dallas

Deputy General Manager

(Deputy Emergency Management Coordinator,

Recovery Coordinator)


Tasman Council

1713 Main Road   Nubeena   TAS   7184

Ph: (03) 6250 9200

Email: [email protected]


Tasman Email: [email protected]

Website: www.tasman.tas.gov.au

The information contained in this email and any attached files is strictly private and confidential. This email should be read by the intended addressee only. If the recipient of this message is not the intended addressee, please call Tasman Council on 03 6250 9200 and promptly delete this email and any attachments. The intended recipient of this email may only use, reproduce, disclose or distribute the information contained in this email and any attached files with Tasman Councils’ permission. If you are not the intended addressee, you are strictly prohibited from using, reproducing, disclosing or distributing the information contained in this email and any attached files. Tasman Council advises that this email and any attached files should be scanned to detect viruses. Tasman Council accepts no liability for loss or damage (whether caused by negligence or not) resulting from the use of any attached files.

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