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Visitor safety under the spotlight in new walker safety video

16/04/2018

Visitor safety in Tasmania's national parks and reserves has received a major investment with a suite of projects, including a new feature video on bushwalking preparation and safety.More

Draft Frenchmans Cap Recreation Zone Plan 2018

12/04/2018

The Parks and Wildlife Service has released the Draft Recreation Zone Plan 2018 for the Frenchmans Cap area.More

Redeveloped Lake Tahune Hut now open

12/04/2018

A locally designed and built, energy-efficient and sustainable hut is now welcoming bushwalkers at Lake Tahune on the Frenchmans Cap Track in the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area.More

Discover bush tucker cooking at Easter

30/03/2010

Tasmanians are urged to get out and explore Tasmania’s parks and reserves by joining in a Discovery Ranger activity over the Easter holiday break.


Parks and Wildlife Service general manager Peter Mooney, said the Easter break provides an opportunity to experience the last of the warm weather in Tasmania’s 19 national parks and hundreds of reserves.


Discovery Rangers will be based in the far north-west, in the north-east, at Freycinet, Narawntapu, Cradle and Mt Field national parks, as well as the Tasman Peninsula and Bruny Island with activities running from Friday 2 April to Monday 5 April.


At Mt Field National Park, one of the more interesting activities is Bush Tucker Cooks, which will be held on Friday, Saturday and Monday.


Discovery ranger Sarah Mahoney will take visitors on a bush tucker tour combining native bush tucker with modern cuisine to produce gastronomic delights such as wattle seed damper with baked pepper berry fetta.


Other activities include evening spotlight walks, treasure hunts, rockpool rambles and quiz nights.


Discovery Ranger activities are suitable for all ages. Check your local park for a complete schedule.