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.
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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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50 years on: Original Maria Island Ranger shares his memories
Fifty years ago, Maria Island was declared a National Park. Today, it is one of our premier visitor destinations and a place of natural and historical significance for Tasmania. To mark the 50-year anniversary, Tasmania Parks and Wildlife Service caught up with Rex Gatenby, who was the first Ranger on the island.
Overland Track huts and Walls of Jerusalem upgrades unveiled
Two major projects to increase the capacity and amenity of walker huts in the Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park and upgrades to the recreational amenity at the Walls of Jerusalem National Park are now officially complete.
Important update on PWS closures
We continue to respond to the extreme weather conditions, including flooding, experienced across the state.
To ensure public safety, the following park, road and track closures remain in place as at 4 November, 2022.