National Parks

The Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area covers 1.38 million hectares. You must pay a small fee to enter the national parks. The fee is used to preserve the natural park environment. There are a number of different passes available – from a 24 hour pass up to passes for eight weeks or longer. Ask for your pass at your travel agent or the Tasmanian Visitor Information Centre Network. See Parks Passes for details.

Map of Tasmania indicating National Parks

Tasmanian National Parks

Tasmanian National Park Passes

Available at all major National Parks, Tasmanian Visitor Information Centres (including Spirits I and II, Travel agents and Service Tasmania shops. There are a number of different passes available to suit all needs, from a 24 hour pass, to an eight week or longer. The major national parks visitor centres at Cradle Mountain, Lake St Clair, Freycinet and Mt Field are open all year round. Passes are also available through the Service Tasmania Shops during normal business hours.

Daily

  • $22 per vehicle up to 8 seats; or
  • $11 per person

Holiday - 8 Weeks

  • $56 per vehicle up to 8 seats; or
  • $28 per person