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Safety alert: Advice for visitors to national parks and reserves in Tasmania
Applies from 18/10/2021

​​The lockdown in southern Tasmania will end at 6pm, Monday 18 October but some restrictions will remain until 6pm, Friday 22 October in the declared local government areas.

Visitors to parks and reserves in the declared areas must wear a face mask both inside public buildings and while outdoors. This applies to all people aged over 12 years of age.

Those spending time in parks and reserves should continue to follow all COVID-19 safe practices including maintaining physical distancing.

The PWS Visitor Services team are currently responding to an increased number of enquiries on the Three Capes Track and other PWS attractions. They will respond to all enquiries received, but please be patient during this time due to the increased demand on our staff.

For more information on the current restrictions visit the Coronavirus website  ​​

Last reviewed 18/10/2021 04:10 PM


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Safety alert: Advice for visitors to national parks and reserves in Tasmania
Applies from 18/10/2021

​​The lockdown in southern Tasmania will end at 6pm, Monday 18 October but some restrictions will remain until 6pm, Friday 22 October in the declared local government areas.

Visitors to parks and reserves in the declared areas must wear a face mask both inside public buildings and while outdoors. This applies to all people aged over 12 years of age.

Those spending time in parks and reserves should continue to follow all COVID-19 safe practices including maintaining physical distancing.

The PWS Visitor Services team are currently responding to an increased number of enquiries on the Three Capes Track and other PWS attractions. They will respond to all enquiries received, but please be patient during this time due to the increased demand on our staff.

For more information on the current restrictions visit the Coronavirus website  ​​

Last reviewed 18/10/2021 04:10 PM


​​The Tasmania Parks and Wildlife Service is pleased to welcome our visitors from interstate as well as our fellow residents.  Protecting the health and safety of visitors and staff is our highest priority.  

To meet the Department of Health's physical distancing requirements, a number of our multi-night walks (Walls of Jerusalem, Frenchman's Cap, Pine Valley, New Pelion Hut via Arm River, Scott-Kilvert Memorial Hut, Waterfall Valley camping platform​ and Farmhouse Creek Track) have limited capacity and you are required to register for these walks.  

For up-to-date number restrictions please see the COVID-19 safety information​​ page.

To enquire about availability please use this form. There is no cost to register.​

Staff will endeavour to get back to you in three business days to confirm availability for the dates you wish to undertake the walk. 

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