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​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Do I need a Natio​​​nal Pa​​rks Pass?​

A valid park pass is required for entry to all of Tasmania's national parks. 

A range of national park passes lets you choose the best way to get out and experience Tasmania's world-class national parks.

The money raised from park fees is reinvested and goes directly towards the upkeep of your parks and reserves. It is used to maintain and upgrade visitor facilities, walking tracks and visitor centres and provide a range of services. Additional fees may also apply to cover activities such as guided cave tours, multi-day walks and campground stays.

The first review of park entry fees in 10 years has resulted in some changes which come into effect for the sale of passes valid from 01 May 2020 onwards.

Visitors can purchase passes per vehicle, or per ​person if arriving by bus, motorbike, bike or on foot.

What kind of pass ​do I ​​​need?

On holiday in Ta​smania?  

​Daily Passes are available and allow entry to national parks for a 24 hour period. Specific daily passes apply for entry to Cradle Mountain, which can be purchased from the Cradle Mountain Visitor Centre. 
Holiday Passes cover entry to all national parks and include the use of the shuttle bus at Cradle Mountain.  Holiday Passes are valid for 2 months.

Want the freedom to visit ANY park when it suits you? 

An annual or two year All Parks Pass may be the best option.  Vehicles can be recorded on this pass as long as they are registered at the same address. This pass allows access to all national parks in Tasmania and includes the use of the shuttle bus at Cradle Mountain. If you have a Seniors Card (excluding Seniors Business Card), our Seniors pass, may be the best option for you.

Do you have a favourite park you​ wish to enjoy all year round? 

A One Park Pass may be the best option. It allows access to the one national park you have nominated on the pass. Vehicles can be recorded on this pass as long as they are registered at the same address.  From 1 May 2020 a One Park Pass will no longer be available for Cradle Mountain.

​H​​​ow much does a pass cost?​​​​​

D​ai​ly Pass - up to 24 hours, excludes Cradle Mountain

For travel un​t​il
30 April 2020​​​
For travel from
01 May 2020​
Per vehicle (up to 8 people)
$24.00​​​
​$40.00
Per person (under 5 years no charge)
$12.00
​​ $20.00
Daily Pass - Cradle Mountain only (includes shuttle service)
​​​
For travel until
30 April 2020
​For travel from
01 May 2020​
​Adults (18 years and over)
​$16.50
$25.00
​Children (5-17 years, un​der 5 years no charge)
​$8.25
$10.00
​Family (2 adults, 3 children)
$41.25
​​$60.00
​​​​
​​Holiday Passes - up to 2 months (includes Cradle Mountain)

For trave​l until
30 April 2020
​For travel from
01 May 2020
Per vehicle (up to 8 people)
$60.00
​$80.00
Per person (under 5 years no charge)
$30.00
​​$40.00
​Annual Park Pass - all parks
​​
New ​applications with a start date before 30 April 2020Renewals with a start date before 30 April 2020Applications with a start date from 01 May 2020
General​$9​​6​​​​.00
$76.80 concession
​$70.00
$56.00 concession
​​$90.00
$72.00 concession
​Seniors - all parks (conditions apply)*
$38.00NA​$36.00
One Park
​$49.00
$39.20 concession​
​$36.00
$28.80 concession
$46.00
$36.80 concession
(excludes Cradle Mountain)
​​Two Year Parks Pass - all parks ​
​​
For travel until
30 April 2020
For travel from
01 M​​ay 2020
​General​$123.00
$98.00 concession
​$115.00
$92.00 concession
Seniors (conditions apply)*​
$49.00$46.00 

​​​​​Conces​sion pricing

Concessions are available with the presentation of a ​current Australian Government issued Seniors Card, Pensioner Concession Card or Health Care Card.​

* Holders of an Australian State Government issued Seniors card (excluding Seniors Business Cards) are eligible to apply for a Seniors Park Pass.

​W​here can I buy a ​​pass?

Can​ I change my pass / vehicles?

You can upgrade your pass at PWS national park visitor centres or by contacting us via the phone or email details listed below.

You can change a vehicle on your pass at a PWS national park visitor centre or by contacting us via the phone or email details listed below; quoting your name, pass number and vehicle registration details (old and new).  

Please note: Vehicles must be registered at the pass holder’s address and changes are limited.​​​​