Beddomeia fultoni is a tiny (3-4 mm) freshwater snail occurring in tributaries of Fixters Creek and Farnhams Creek, west of Christmas Hills, north western Tasmania. The species has a relatively narrow range, known only from six streams. The principal threats to B. fultoni are associated with domestic water extraction and refuse dumping, and agricultural and forestry practices, resulting in habitat modification or degradation. B. fultoni may also be vulnerable to competition with the exotic snail Potamopyrgus antipodarum, a New Zealand hydrobiid. The principal management objectives for B. fultoni include preventing the loss or degradation of habitat at known localities, increasing public awareness of the species, and improving its reservation status.