The Parks and Wildlife Service encourages all those planning to visit the state’s national parks and reserves to:
- stay informed in case conditions change
- check in at visitor centres for the latest information,
- heed advice at track heads,
- follow directions of PWS staff at national parks and reserves; and
- monitor the PWS & Tasmania Fire Service websites and ABC local radio.
Day-use areas and the visitor centre remain open but all alpine walking tracks are closed.
Southwest National Park
Remote area walking tracks Maydena are closed. This includes Lake Rhona, Vale of Rasselas, The Spires, Lake Curly, Timbs Track, Twisted Sister, Denison Traverse, Styx Big Tree Reserve, Mt Wedge, The Needles, Marriotts Falls, Junee Cave, Adamsfield, Mt Anne Circuit, Western Arthurs, Eastern Arthurs, Mt Sprent, Frankland Range, Farmhouse Creek Track, Huon Track, Yoyo Track, Moonlight Ridge Track and Precipitous Bluff Circuit.
South West Conservation Area
Tracks in the Birches Inlet to Low Rocky Point section of the reserve are closed.
Great Pine Tier, Central Plateau
Lake Fergus and Little Pine Lagoon are closed.
Road and vehicle track closures
Scotts Peak Rd, Lake Dobson Rd, Styx Rd, Dawson Rd, Florentine Rd, Morley Track, Clearhill Rd, Sawback Track, Muller Rd.
Huon, Edgar and Tedds Beach campgrounds.
- For the latest bushfire information, visit the Tasmanian Fire Service website.
- Some walking tracks within national parks and reserves are accessed via land managed by Sustainable Timber Tasmania. For information on road closures, visit the Sustainable Timber Tasmania website.
- For general road closure information, visit the Department of State Growth web site
- For the latest updates on road closures, visit the Tasmania Police Community Alerts page.