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Harnessing the power of social media to promote Tasmania to the world

16/04/2015

An iconic Tasmanian attraction is being promoted to the world every day through the eyes of visitors in an innovative pilot project using social media.More

Community protection fuel reduction burns continue

13/04/2015

This past week saw the Parks and Wildlife Service complete another four asset protection burns to provide protection for communities around the State, with another burn going ahead today.More

Granite Creek bridge improves off-road safety

02/04/2015

A new bridge at Granite Creek on the Climies Track, linking Trial Harbour and Granville Harbour, will improve safety for mountain bike riders, bushwalkers and four-wheel drive enthusiasts.
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Visitor Research and Statistics

National Parks and Reserves Attendance

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Visitor Statistics

Visitor statistics are used to manage Tasmania's national parks and reserves for visitors.

An understanding of patterns of use allows managers to make informed decisions about providing facilities to enhance visitor enjoyment and safety, and to protect the natural and cultural values for which the parks and reserves were created.

The following visitor statistics are available:

Visitors to National Parks - Financial Year

Visitors to National Parks - Calendar Year

Walkers on the Overland Track - Financial Year

Walkers on tracks in selected national parks and reserves

Disclaimer: This information was created by the Parks and Wildlife Service for its own purposes. This information was created via surveys or other estimating procedures. While care has been taken to ensure the information is correct and accurate as possible, these results should be used for general information and should not be treated as perfect or exact. Therefore, the Parks and Wildlife Service does not guarantee, and accepts no legal liability whatsoever arising from, or connected to, the use of any material contained in this report. The Parks and Wildlife Service recommends that users exercise their own skill and care with respect to their use of this website and that users carefully evaluate the accuracy, currency, completeness and relevance of this material for their purposes. This information is not a substitute for independent professional advice and users should obtain any appropriate professional advice relevant to their particular circumstances.

Other Visitor Research

Further information on the range of visitors to Tasmania in general is available from Tourism Tasmania at http://www.tourismtasmania.com.au/research