Joining a Trust
Do your part for the community and join a Crown land reserve trust board. Your skills, experience and enthusiasm are essential in maintaining and improving a Crown reserve in your area.
Trust membership is a rewarding experience, and by applying to join you'll be doing your part for the local community.
Further information on becoming a board member is available in the fact sheet
If you have any questions or require further information contact Reserves Trust team.
Member induction program
All recommended trust members are required to complete the Members Induction Program prior to their appointment being finalised. This requirement also applies to re-appointed members.
both new applicants and members applying for re-appointment will receive notification to complete the program applicants will be advised of timeframe to complete the program appointments and re-appointments as members will be finalised when the program has been completed. About the program
Throughout this induction, you will be presented with a series of statements relating to the material presented. Click on the checkbox if you agree with the statement. This needs to be done before you can progress to the next section of the induction so if you do not agree with the statement please watch the presentation again.
The department maintains a register of members who have completed the induction program. Certificates are issued upon completion and are valid for five years. For members who complete the member induction program online, the department will automatically be notified of your completion.
Further information and help
This induction program is only designed to provide a general overview of the roles of a trust board member. The Reserve Trust Handbook and Handbook appendices provides comprehensive information and guidelines on the responsibilities, duties and expectations of reserve trust boards.
The Crown land staff are also available to provide support to Reserve Trust Boards and can assist with operational use and management matters including any Ministerial approvals that may be required.