About Noss

NOSS Tasmania (NOSS) commenced operation in August 1991, with 8 service users and 6 Support Workers. Under the Community Integration Project, many of the people supported by NOSS moved from Willow Court before moving into shared homes in Launceston. 

NOSS operates a community access service, an activity centre (the Red Shed) and an Australian Disability Enterprise called Bluegum Grounds Maintenance.  NOSS supports over 120 adults with a disability living in the greater Launceston area.

NOSS is a registered provider of NDIS supports. 

Mission Statement

NOSS works with and for people with a disability to enhance their quality of life through the provision of support in activities which promote their involvement in the community.


Empathy and Respect - We treat each other with care, kindness and dignity

Ethical - We are professional, transparent and accountable

Empowering and Enriching - We are client focused and empower our people to be the best version of themselves

Excellence - We strive for excellence through innovation and curiosity

NOSS Association and Board of Governance

NOSS is an incorporated association managed by a Board of Governance, which is responsible for policy development and long term planning. Board members are recruited with a wide range of experience.  The Association membership includes people within our community committed to the goals of NOSS. Anyone wishing to become an association member should complete an Application for Membership and submit it to the office. The current membership fee is $10.00.

Current members of the Board:

  • Mark Broxton (Chairman and public officer)
  • Anna Connors (Treasurer)
  • Marg Flannery (Secretary)
  • Melinda Whybrow
  • Peter Hatters
  • Sonya Gibson