Pokies cause harm. Sign the letter. Get poker machines out of Tasmania's pubs and clubs

We are Community Voice on Pokies Reform

We are a powerful alliance of not for profit organisations, peak bodies and local councils amplifying the concerns of the Tasmanian community about poker machines. Our coalition recognises that pokies cause harm and should be removed from our communities.


Our members are:

  • A Fairer World
  • Anglicare
  • Australian Association of Social Workers
  • Australian Nursing and Midwifery Federation Tas Branch
  • Australian Psychological Society Tasmania
  • Baptcare
  • Brain Injury Association of Tasmania
  • Brighton Council
  • CatholicCare
  • City of Hobart
  • Colony47
  • Community Legal Centres of Tasmania
  • The Country Women’s Association in Tasmania
  • Foster and Kinship Association Tasmania
  • Glenhaven Family Care
  • Glenorchy City Council
  • Hobart City Mission
  • Holyoake
  • Jesus Reigns Assembly
  • Kingborough Council
  • Launceston Benevolent Society
  • Launceston City Mission
  • Lifeline Tasmania
  • Meander Valley Council
  • Men’s Resources Tasmania
  • Mental Health Council of Tasmania
  • Migrant Resource Centre
  • Mission Australia
  • National Council of Women Tasmania
  • Neighbourhood Houses Tasmania
  • Relationships Australia
  • The Religious Society of Friends (Quakers) in Tasmania
  • The Salvation Army
  • SHE Tasmania
  • The Smith Family
  • SU Tasmania
  • St. Vincent de Paul Society
  • Southern Midlands Council
  • Tasmanian Baptist Churches
  • TasCOSS
  • UnitingCare Tasmania
  • Uniting Church in Tasmania
  • Women's Health Tasmania
  • Youth, Family and Community Connections
  • Youth Network of Tasmania

Rarely has there been such a strong collective voice for change in our state, and more are joining us every week. Pokies cause harm and the majority of Tasmanians think they have have no place in our hotels and clubs. Let's work together to get pokies our of Tasmanian communities.

If you are interested in your organisation joining, please contact Meg Webb on 0427 911 719 or email [email protected]