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.
Due to extreme weather conditions (including flooding) the following areas are closed:
- Moulting Lagoon Campsite
- Lake Augusta Road
- Mount Barrow State Reserve lower shelter and picnic area
- Arm River Regional Reserve
- Little Beach Conservation Area
- Mole Creek Caves
- Gunns Plains Caves
Due to damage caused by the extreme weather conditions, the following areas are closed:
Due to public safety concerns, the following areas are closed:
- Meander Falls Road, Mother Cummings Rivulet
- Patons Road, Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair
- Liffey Falls Campground
- Devils Gullet Lookout
- Camp Elsewhere campground – Arthur-Pieman Conservation Area
- Aquatic Point, Trevallyn Recreation Area. Access to the Lake Trevallyn boat ramp and jetty is closed, however the Recreation area is open to the public
- Part of Fossil cliffs walking track, Maria Island National Park. Access down to the Fossil Quarry floor has been closed, however the Fossil Cliffs Circuit to Darlington remains open. Repair works are planned, and the track is expected to be reopened in April 2023.
- Yeates Track, Great Western Tiers
- Liffey Falls day use area and Riversdale Road
- Tamar Island Wetlands boardwalk, however the information centre is open.
Upcoming closures for repairs works:
- 7-18 November - Shale Road within the Warrawee Conservation Area
Know before you go. Keep up to date and visit our alerts page for current warnings: www.parks.tas.gov.au/alerts