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Safety alert: COVID-19 Update
Applies from 25/6/2020

​​​​​​Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, v​​isitors must continue to adhere to physical distancing standards and Public Health regulations​.

Travellers to Tasmania are encouraged to register online for a G2G PASS at least three days before their planned travel. Those who receive their G2G PASS QR code before arriving will be able to quickly pass through their port of arrival in Tasmania.

Travellers are required to quarantine for 14 days when coming into Tasmania. If you are required to quarantine in government-designated accommodation​, fees will apply. 

​Please check the alerts page before planning your visit to ensure that you are aware of any access or restrictions that may  be in place. ​

Last reviewed 17/8/2020 08:52 AM


Ranger preparing to maintain tracks with chainsaw gear beside work ute
Ranger preparing to maintain tracks (photograph: Daniel Peek)

Managing our parks and reserves

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Alerts for Managing our parks and reserves

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Safety alert: COVID-19 Update
Applies from 25/6/2020

​​​​​​Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, v​​isitors must continue to adhere to physical distancing standards and Public Health regulations​.

Travellers to Tasmania are encouraged to register online for a G2G PASS at least three days before their planned travel. Those who receive their G2G PASS QR code before arriving will be able to quickly pass through their port of arrival in Tasmania.

Travellers are required to quarantine for 14 days when coming into Tasmania. If you are required to quarantine in government-designated accommodation​, fees will apply. 

​Please check the alerts page before planning your visit to ensure that you are aware of any access or restrictions that may  be in place. ​

Last reviewed 17/8/2020 08:52 AM


The Tasmania Parks and Wildlife Service (PWS) is responsible for managing the State's 19 national parks, three World Heritage Areas (WHAs) including our Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area (TWWHA), and over 800 other reserves including marine reserves, Marine Conservation Areas (MCAs), Crown land and, sites of historic and cultural significance. We partner with our colleagues across government and the community to manage the natural and cultural values of these landscapes and importantly to protect Aboriginal and historic heritage.​

Some of the more iconic of our reserves include the Darlington Probation Station World Heritage Area on Maria Island National Park which is listed as part of the Australian Convict Sites World Heritage Property and the Macquarie Island Nature Reserve and World Heritage Area.​

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For a more detailed view of reserves you can use the map on TheList with the layers for 'public land classification' and 'marine nature reserves' turned on.

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