ACF Board

The Australian Conservation Foundation is governed by a board. It is a skills-based body, which consists of president, the vice-presidents, four councillors and up to four co-opted members.

Meet the Board

ACF Council

Representing ACF members and elected by the members, the council is ACF’s core representative body. It comprises 21 councillors, each of which is elected by electorate for a three-year term. Council has four main functions: it is responsible for the strategic direction of ACF; it appoints our board; develops ACF policy; and engages with our members.

Meet the Council

How we govern

For almost half a century, ACF has been a strong voice for the environment promoting solutions through research, consultation, education and partnerships. As a national, community-based environmental organisation, ACF has worked with the community, business and government to protect, restore and sustain the environment.

Find out more about our governance