Over 40 percent of Tasmania is protected in national parks and other types of nature reserves. Although you can purchase a one day pass each time you visit a national park, if you will be visiting parks on more than 2 days, it is more economic and convenient to purchase a "Holiday Vehicle" that gets you into all Tasmanian Parks for 2 months. Purchase your Parks Pass online here.
For most visitors, the $60 "Holiday Vehicle" pass is the most suitable. To purchase a Tasmanian National Park Pass click here or use the form below
Hobart City +5km
Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary
Places to stay around Hobart
Hobart City +20km
Parks and reserves around Hobart
Snug Falls: Pelverata Falls: Snug Tiers:
See Tasmanian Devils and other wildlife. This sanctuary is not a zoo. It is a wildlife rehabilitation centre where injured and orphaned animals are care for.
Downloadable maps with accommodation and activities.
Parks and Reserves in the Huon Valley, Southern Tasmania
Far South Tasmania National Parks and reserves
Parks and reserves in Far South Tasmania
Hartz Mountains National Park:
Southport Wildlife Sanctuary:
Southwest National Park:
Hastings Caves State Reserve
Tour magical chambers of flowstones and shawls, relax in a thermal pool and enjoy lunch at the cafe or barbeque area and a short nature walk.
Ida Bay State Reserve and Southport Lagoon Wildlife Sanctuary
From Lune River station, travel through bushland abundant with bird life and wild flowers. Cross buttongrass plains from Lune River to a tranquil beach.
Places to stay Far South
Tasmanian Southwest Wilderness World Heritage Area
Port Davey and Melaleuca in Southwest National Park
Day trips including a flight and boat cruise in the southwest wilderness area. Transfers or scenic flights to Maria, Island and other destinations. Bushwalker transport to South Coast Track.
Parks and Reserves in other parts of Tasmania
Tourism Operators Only
Map from Hobart Airport and Mona to Mount Wellington, things to do and places to stay in Hobart and suburbs
Beach houses and motel rooms, walks, penguins and cheese plus the
Waterfalls, Shot Tower, museum, sheep cheese, accommodation and D'Entrecasteaux Channel
tourist map and info
eco-retreat, waterview cottages and a country hotel. River cruising, road maps and itineraries
Map to Hastings Caves, Ida Bay Railway, Hartz Mountains and South Coast Walk and unique accommodation in
Far South Tasmania