Two well-equipped walkers on the tyndall Range track. They are looking down on a large alpine lake. Edging the lake are tall, sheer cliffs.
Tyndall Range (photograph: Andrew Wagg)

Projects and programs

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​​​The Tasmania Parks and Wildlife Service (PWS) is responsible for many projects across the State. As those projects are in development we may make information available for people to view and learn more about. 

Next ​Icon​​​ic Walk​​​​​

 Next Iconic Walk - Location Assessment Report (PDF 2Mb)

This document reports on the selection process for determining the location for Tasmania's Next Iconic Walk (NIW) in order to progress to market testing and a feasability study.​

 Tasmanias Next Iconic Walk Stage 1 Fea​​​​sibility Study report (PDF 10Mb)​

This document reports on the feasibility of developing Tasmania’s Next Iconic Walk and recommends options the Tasmanian Government could proceed with. This document summarises the research, consultation, studies, and analysis contained in more detailed documents.​

Touris​m Master Plan

A Tourism Master Plan (TMP) for the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area (TWWHA) has been developed, further information can be found at the Department of Natural Resources and Environment Tasmania's website.

Off-Road Vehicle Project

​The Tasmanian Government has committed $10 million to support priority initiatives for off-road vehicle access and experiences within the Arthur-Pieman Conservation Area (APCA) and reserves across the West Coast. 
Further Information about the project can be found on the Off-Road Vehicle Proje​ct webpage​

Further information​

Further information can be ​​​​found on our News and events and Have your say pages.