These hardcover coffee table books are available on eBay for $55.00 + $11.40 P&H.

All proceeds go toward the Tarkine Campaign.



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This painting depicts the footprints of a wallaby hopping through the sand dunes and pig face on the Tarkine coast.

$200.00 + $20 P&H

All proceeds go towards the Tarkine campaign.



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These softcover coffee table books are available on eBay for $39.90 + $11.40 P&H.

All proceeds go toward the Tarkine Campaign.



Those wishing to purchase any of the above items and do not have an eBay account can email us at shop@tarkine.org

A refuge for the Devil

The Tarkine is the home to the last disease free population of the Tasmanian Devil. The Tasmanaian Devil is being pushed to extinction by the fatal Devil Facial Tumour Disease. This disease has been estimated to have killed 80% of the Tasmanian Devil population in the past decade. As such the habitat of the Tarkine is critical to survival of this iconic species in the wild. Threats such as mining, logging and roading place the future of the Devil at risk.

Ten new mines for the Tarkine?

There are now ten new mines proposed for the Tarkine over the next five years, and the campaign to prevent this onslaught of destruction is heating up. Nine of these mines are Pilbara style open cut mines. The first two companies to submit for permits are Venture Minerals for their three proposed tin and iron ore mines at Mt Lindsay, and Shree Minerals for their proposed Nelson Bay River iron ore mine.