Tasmania Parks and Wildlife Service acknowledges and pays respect to Tasmanian Aboriginal people as the traditional and original owners, and continuing custodians of this land and acknowledges Elders – past, present and emerging.
Explore our parks by map
Prepare to enjoy the simple pleasure of the outdoors. Each of our parks has its own distinct flavour. Show respect for the environment and keep safety in mind to enjoy the experience.
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Grants for Aboriginal Cultural Burning open
To support Tasmanian Aboriginal communities to engage in cultural burning practices and building capacity, applications are now open for the Cultural Burning Grants Program.
Echo Point Jetty at Lake St Clair reopens
Bush walkers and tourists exploring Lake St Clair can now access Echo Point by boat following maintenance upgrades to the jetty to make the deck safer for users.
Traditional carpentry methods used in restoration of Dove Lake Boatshed
The Tasmania Parks and Wildlife Service (PWS) has completed restoration works on the historic Dove Lake Boatshed at Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park.
PWS staff used traditional splitting methods when replacing the timber shingles that had deteriorated or been damaged over the years.