Three Capes Track special winter offer
Tasmania's award-winning Three Capes Track has been a huge hit with walkers, with a total of 14,495 local, national and international visitors since opening in December 2015.
Upgrading the Dip Falls viewing experience
The visitor experience at Dip Falls in the State's North-West will soon be enhanced thanks to the construction of new stairs, allowing visitors to admire the spectacular view and natural wonder of the falls.
Improving tourism assets at Heritage Landing
The iconic Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area Gordon River cruise tourism experience is set for a major upgrade with facilities at Heritage Landing to be upgraded.
Opportunities for Aboriginal trainee rangers
The Parks and Wildlife Service (PWS) is seeking applications for six Aboriginal trainee rangers as part of a partnership program between the Tasmanian Government and the Australian Government's Working on Country program.
Reducing the risk of flood debris beach fires
The Parks and Wildlife Service (PWS), in conjunction with the Tasmania Fire Service (TFS) and the Central Coast Council, this week completed a controlled burn at Picnic Point, Ulverstone, to reduce the risk from flood debris fires on the beach.
Warning to visitors after Shipstern Bluff collapse
The Parks and Wildlife Service is installing signs at Shipstern Bluff track warning visitors not to approach the cliff area or the recent rock fall at the base of the bluff, following a significant collapse.
An improved South Coast Track experience
The South Coast Track is one of Tasmania's great bushwalks that attracts 1200 walkers per year and recent works on the track are now bearing fruit and improving the experience.