In recognition of the deep history and culture of this Island, we would like to acknowledge and pay our respects to all Tasmanian Aboriginal people; the past and present Custodians of the Land.
Explore our parks by map
Prepare to enjoy the simple pleasure of the outdoors. Each of our parks has its own distinct flavour. Show respect for the environment and keep safety in mind to enjoy the experience.
Launch interactive map
Staff find their green thumbs in native plant nursery
PWS staff at the Leven Field Centre in Ulverstone have designed and built a nursery, which currently houses more than 20 species of locally endemic plants.
Celebrating World Wetlands Day
World Wetlands Day (WWD) aims to raise global awareness about the importance of wetlands for the environment and the public and 2 February marks the anniversary of the signing of the Convention on Wetlands of International Importance (Ramsar Convention) in Ramsar, Iran in 1971.
Firefighters elevate skills with helicopter winch training
Tasmania Parks and Wildlife Service (PWS) fire crews have bolstered their capacity to respond to fires in remote areas with an additional 35 personnel undertaking winch training this season.