Our Latest News

Easter safety is paramount for our parks and reserves

18/04/2019

The Parks and Wildlife Service encourages visitors and Tasmanians alike to get outdoors and get active - especially in our parks and reserves.More

Good news, Hartz Mountain National Park and other tracks are open!

17/04/2019

In time for Easter walking, PWS have been able to re-open a number of tracks.More

New Mt Mawson Shelter officially opened ahead of ski season

29/03/2019

The new Mt Mawson Public Shelter was today officially opened and will provide a new level of amenity for southern Tasmania's only ski field, as well as upgraded facilities for bushwalkers heading to the iconic Tarn Shelf walk in Mt Field National Park.More

1. Narawntapu National Park

Parks for all People - Access for the mobility impaired in Tasmania's national parks and reserves

 Narawntapu Visitor Centre
Main access is from B71 east of Devonport, and B72 north of Westbury. The park entrance is off the C740.

Narawntapu National Park offers some of the best and most reliable wildlife viewing in Tasmania. The main facilities are located at Springlawn, where there is a visitor centre, campsite and several picnic sites with sheltered tables and BBQs. All of these facilities are accessible for wheelchair users, as are the toilets located adjacent to Campsite 1. The Bakers Point campsite (Number 3), located about 4 km further on from Springlawn, has accessible campsites and toilets, and an accessible picnic area with unsheltered tables and BBQs.