Parks and Wildlife Service rangers out the front of the Stanley Field Centre workshop
Stanley Field Centre in Tasmania’s north-west now has a new and improved office space and workshop.
The new space is wheelchair accessible, and has five workstations, a large meeting room, and other amenities. These works ensure rangers at Parks and Wildlife Service (PWS) have contemporary work facilities and a safe operating environment.
Funding of $365,000 was provided through the Government’s National Parks Maintenance Boost initiative for the new office building.
These works were delivered by Ulverstone building contractor, Phil Templeton Building.
PWS staff at Stanley Field Centre manage approximately 195,000 hectares of reserves in Tasmania’s north-west. The area extends from Murchison Highway to Montagu and includes 17 islands.
The new contemporary office helps support the critical role PWS staff have in maintaining visitor experiences in the area which includes The Nut, Rocky Cape National Park, the extensive walking track network, Dip Falls, the Tarkine Drive and two campgrounds in the Peggs Beach Conservation Area.
Stanley Field Centre Workshop