Fees apply to enter Tasmanian National Parks, with all money raised being used to maintain, upgrade, protect and improve the National Parks. There are a number of different pass options including annual, daily, and weekly passes. Passes can be purchased online, at visitor information centres in Tasmania, at offices of Parks and Wildlife Tasmania, onboard the Spirit of Tasmania, at Service Tasmania shops or in some cases through self-purchase onsite including at certain campgrounds within National Parks. Rangers patrol Tassie’s National Parks and check that passes have been purchased and are valid. Further information can be obtained by telephoning:
13200 TASPARKS (1300 827 727)
or by visiting
A popular option for visitors to Tasmania is a daily pass. Daily Passes are available and allow entry to national parks for a 24 hour period. Specific daily passes apply for entry to Cradle Mountain can be purchased from the Cradle Mountain
Visitor Centre. Holiday Passes cover entry to all national parks and include the use of the shuttle bus at Cradle Mountain
. Holiday Passes are valid for 2 months.
If you live in Tasmania and enjoy bushwlaking and camping or plan to do more walks in Tassie’s amazing National Parks, we recommend an annual pass. An annual, or two year All Parks Pass, is an affordable option. Multiple vehicles can be recorded on this pass as long as they are registered at the same address. This pass allows access to all national parks in Tasmania (and includes the use of the shuttle bus at Cradle Mountain). If you have a Seniors Card (excluding Seniors Business Card), the Seniors pass may be the best option for you.