Feedback on how the Dial Range reserve will be managed in a sustainable way that is compatible with the natural, cultural and social values of the land has been sought at community forums and online. Recreation clubs and regular users of the Dial Range reserves have also participated in the project reference group.
The Dial Range attracts a diverse range of users from mountain bike riders, to walkers, hikers, horse riding and those undertaking natural appreciation. It is also popular for recreational vehicle use including trail bikes, all-terrain vehicles and four wheel drives.
The recreation management plan, which is jointly funded between the PWS and Council, will replace the current plan which was created in 2000.
The current Dial Range Recreation Management Plan 2000 is available
The Dial Range Recreation Management Plan Supplement 2000 is available
PWS and the Central Coast Council invited public participation in the review of the Dial Range Recreation Management Plan and held two community forums to talk about the natural and cultural values of the Dial Range and recreational use, issues and ideas in February 2020.
Written submissions were invited from the public on the future of the Dial Range.
The submission period has now closed.
If you would like to keep informed about the review of the Draft Dial Range Recreation Management Plan, please provide your name and email address to:
Mail: Dial Range Project Manager
Parks and Wildlife Service
PO Box 809
Ulverstone TAS 7315
Confidentiality of submissions
Other than indicated below, submissions will be treated as public information and will be published on our website at
https://parks.tas.gov.au/be-involved/have-your-say once consideration of submissions has concluded.
No personal information other than an individual’s name or the organisation making a submission will be published.
Accessibility of submissions
The Government recognises that not all individuals or groups are equally placed to access and understand information. We are therefore committed to ensuring Government information is accessible and easily understood by people with diverse communication needs.
The Government cannot however take responsibility for the accessibility of documents provided by third parties.
Important information to note
Your name (or the name of the organisation) will be published unless you request otherwise.
In the absence of a clear indication that a submission is intended to be treated as confidential (or parts of the submission), the Department will treat the submission as public.
Copyright in submissions remains with the author(s), not with the Tasmanian Government.
The Department will not publish, in whole or in part, submissions containing defamatory or offensive material.
The Right to Information Act 2009 and confidentiality
Information provided to the Government may be provided to an applicant under the provisions of the Right to Information Act 2009 (RTI). If you have indicated that you wish all or part of your submission to be treated as confidential, your statement detailing the reasons may be taken into account in determining whether or not to release the information in the event of an RTI application for assessed disclosure. You may also be contacted to provide any further comment.