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PWS - Fires update and impacts

20/02/2019

Background: A number of fires were ignited by dry lightning that crossed the state in late December 2018 and mid-January 2019. The storms of 15 January 2019 resulted in approximately 2,400 lightning strikes and caused over 60 new ignitions.More

PWS Fire Update - Friday 15 February 2019

15/02/2019

Parks and Wildlife Tasmania (PWS) can advise the following locations, reserves and tracks have been re-opened today (Friday 15 February).More

PWS Fire Update - Thursday 14 February 2019

14/02/2019

Parks and Wildlife Tasmania (PWS) can advise the following locations, reserves and tracks have been re-opened.More

Narawntapu National Park

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Situated on the central north coast of Tasmania, Narawntapu National Park is less than one hours drive from Launceston. From Launceston, you can get to West Head and Badger Beach at the eastern end of the park by driving up the West Tamar Highway and turning left into C721.

The main body of the park, Springlawn and Bakers Beach, is accessible from B71 east of Devonport or B72 north of Westbury. Watch for the marked turnoff to the park, C740.

Please take care when driving at night as you are sharing the road with wildlife.

Public transport and tours

Visitors wishing to use public transport or tours to access the park should visit our web page on Access to Tasmania's National Parks, Reserves and Walking Tracks.