Big panoramic view of an alpine mountain range in the south west national park. The forground is shady but the mountains are bathed in light and are a yellowish golden green
South West

Child and Youth Safety

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​All children and young people have the right to be safe and feel safe.

Report Concerns and Complaints

Anybody who has seen a Tasmania Parks and Wildlife worker behave in a way that causes concern can report it using our online reporting form​.

Concerning behaviour could include physical violence, sexual misconduct, sexual offences, grooming or other reportable conduct committed against, or in the presence of, children and young people.

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All safety concerns, allegations and reports are taken seriously in line with our policies and procedures, and in compliance with the Child and Youth Safe Organisations Act 2023​.

Tasmania Parks and Wildlife is a division of the Department of Natural Resources and Environment Tasmania (NRE Tas). More information about our commitment to child and youth safety can be found on the NRE Tas website.

If a child or youth is at immediate risk: 

  • call 000; or 
  • contact Strong Families, Safe Kids Advice and Referral Line on 1800 000 123