Acknowledging Supporters and sponsors

ENACT has been an active part of the Eaglehawk Neck community since its inception post the 2013 Forcett Fires threatening Eaglehawk Neck and decimating numerous hectares, and homes, in the region. We incorporated in 2019 to take on higher levels of community activity and potential liabilities.

Being a ‘not for profit’ volunteer organisation brings financial responsibilities along with the aspiration to get things done. We would like to acknowledge the following who have contributed time and money to the associations work. Without you we would be nothing.

Cleve Coppleman and Rod & Jo Viney in donating land to the Coastal Track. Matt Drysdale Strategic and Graphic Design. The Tasmanian Community Fund and Tasman Council in their confidence and substantial contributions to build stage 1 of the Coastal Track.

Ted Leeson (Project Manager – EHNCT) for his tireless pursuit of the realisation of the Coastal Track. Arthur Orchard foundation and serving ENACT President. Pennicott Wilderness Tours and Rob Pennicott. The Tasman Gazette (Gaye Wright and new owners Font PR. The Aboriginal community, represented by Judith MacDonald. Tasman Community Op-shop and Library Inc. Lufra Hotel & Apartments, and Managing Director John Sheply, The ‘Lufra (Locals United Fund Raising Association) Wheel’ and Lufra Bingo Ticket Fund. Tony Mulder, Groom, Kennedy Lawyers, and James Groom. Lark & Creese Surveyors and Nick Creese. Mt Trails and David Mason.

Bream Creek Wines and Fred Peacock in his generous giving. Phil Taylor Foundation. Butler, McIntyre & Butler. The Eaglehawk Neck Community & Hall Association. Page Seager. Bunning’s Mornington, Karin & Ted Leeson, Jill Pierce & Craig Brown, Holts Mitre 10 and Graham Holt. Carpet Choices Midway Point. Osborne Helitours. Port Arthur Lavender. The Port Arthur Historic Site Management Authority. McHenry Distillery And other donors: Greg Jones, Laneway MS (Peter and Gaby Lane), Rebecca White MP, Merilyn Copping, Keith and Ruth Moon, Jodie Wicks, Cr Andy Griffiths, Cr Maria Stacey, John Gardner, Sallie Creese, Gwendolin Cowley, Roger Self, Peter Derkley, Eric Hutchinson, L. Cunningham, M. Heycock, A &T Giffard, O’Farrell (initial unknown), Elizabeth Taylor, Terry Wilson, Lynton Foster, Arthur Orchard, Jill Orchard, Michael Field, Jan Field, Cameron of Tasmania Ltd (Ben Cameron), Tassel Group Ltd (Victoria O’Sullivan), Rannoch Quail (Bruce Wiggins), Heather Henri B&B, The Pines Landscaping and Garden Supplies (Carol Quinn), 1830 Restaurant and Bar.

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