Get Involved

“Our Tasmanian environmental campaigns are only ever won with the support of our community.” Christine Milne, co-convenor Lake Pedder Restoration Committee. 

We need to raise $30,000 by 5 October to get the advice of engineers, energy specialists and economists to model dam removal scenarios and provide the advice we need to show that Pedder can be restored while achieving a renewable energy future for Tasmania.

You Can Help!

Donate before Oct 2019

It is imperative that we have the support of the Tasmanian, Australian and international community to Restore Pedder. Your support and action will be vital to get the political decisions to happen. To build our community, the Committee is coordinating a range of events, activities, exhibitions and dialogues to share the stories of original Pedder and discuss issues relevant to why the restoration of Lake Pedder is critical for Tasmania.

Direct Donations

If you wish to make a substantial tax deductible donation (over $500) please email

Electronic Funds Transfer:

Lake Pedder Restoration Incorporated 
BSB 807009 
Account number 51293872

Lake Pedder Restoration Incorporated
The Treasurer
Lake Pedder Restoration Inc.
23 Abels Bay Road
Deep Bay
Tasmania 7112

So our Treasurer is aware of your payment please advise him by email –

Become a Member

You can join Lake Pedder Restoration Committee co-convened by Christine Milne and Todd Dudley that meets quarterly to discuss progress of its ongoing campaign to restore Lake Pedder, to share information and to recall experiences of the lake and earlier campaigns to save it and restore it.

Join our growing community of people who have hope and power to make big things happen.

  • $20 Annual Full Membership
  • $10 Annual Concession Membership – students and pensioners
  • $500 Life Membership
Lake Pedder Restoration Inc.
BSB 807009
Account Number 51293872

So our Treasurer is aware of your payment please advise him by email –

Got an idea? We want to connect nature lovers and adventurers – young and old – in the restoration movement and ready to take action to protect and restore our wild places. If you have ideas or want to host an event in your area to create awareness of Pedder, please reach out to

Header Photo Credit : Luuk Veltkamp