Successful fuel reduction burns at Arthur River
Better protection for Pitt Water wetlands
Planned burn for Flinders Island
Get the latest information about track, campsite and reserve closures and re-openings.
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Strategic fuel reduction burn for the East Coast
Walking tracks closed for fire management burns
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As is true of most national parks across Australia, dogs and other pets are not allowed into Tasmania's National Parks and Nature Reserves.... read more »
Many groups, organisations and commercial operators conduct activities and events at parks and reserves managed by the Tasmania Parks and Wildlife Service.... read more »
The Parks and Wildlife Service is conducting fuel reduction burns this autumn.... read more »
Experience Maria Island this winter. Reduced price camping and accommodation make winter the perfect time to enjoy an island escape... read more »
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