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Community protection fuel reduction burns continue
Granite Creek bridge improves off-road safety
Get the latest information about track, campsite and reserve closures and re-openings.
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The Nut safety fence ready just in time for Easter
Tasmanian fuel reduction program an Australian first
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The new free, fun Tas Parks Wild Friends App features Tasmania’s most iconic native species, the Tasmanian devil, in an animated, interactive role.... read more »
The Tasmanian highlands are about to host a riot of colour as part of the annual turning of the fagus. The fagus, or deciduous beech, turns gold, red and orange during the cooler autumn months.... read more »
The Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area (TWWHA) occupies almost a quarter of Tasmania and is one of the largest temperate natural areas in the southern hemisphere.... read more »
A TrailRider (all-terrain wheelchair) is available at Cradle Mountain for visitors with impaired mobility. This enables greater access to the National Park and provides more opportunity to discover all Cradle Mountain has to offer.... read more »
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