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Entry fees to rise: Price hike to hit Tasmanian National Parks from July 1

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A price hike is coming to Tasmanian national parks from July 1, with the cost of annual passes, two-year passes and day passes all set to increase.

Parks and Wildlife (PWS) say the price adjustment is in line with the annual Consumer Price Index (CPI) review and is designed to maintain a sustainable funding model for the state’s parks and reserves system.


The most significant increase in prices is for the two year all-parks pass, which will jump $5 from $121.75 to $126.75.

Annual all-parks passes will increase from $95.30 to $99.20 and the annual one-park pass will also rise by $2 to $50.70.

Day passes for vehicles will cost $1.85 more at $46.60, while person day passes will go up to $23.25, an increase of 90 cents.

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The price of Icon Day Passes, Holiday Passes and Seniors Passes will also increase slightly.

“Revenue generated from Parks Passes is reinvested into the parks and reserves system to provide world-class experiences, maintain and develop visitor facilities and protect our natural and cultural values,” PWS says.

Pass Type Current Fees New Fees
Annual Pass – one park (not inc Icon Parks) $48.70 $50.70
Annual Pass – one park (not inc
Icon Parks) – concession
$38.95 $40.55
Annual Pass – all parks $95.30 $99.20
Annual Pass – all parks – concession $76.25 $79.40
Two Year – all parks $121.75 $126.75
Two Year – all parks – concession $97.40 $101.40
Seniors Annual – all parks $38.10 $39.65
Seniors Two Year – all parks $48.70 $50.70
Day Pass – vehicle $44.75 $46.60
Day Pass – person $22.35 $23.25
Icon Day Pass – Adult $27.95 $29.10
Icon Day Pass – Child $11.20 $11.65
Icon Day Pass – Family $67.10 $69.85
Holiday Pass – vehicle $89.50 $93.15
Holiday Pass – person $44.75 $46.60

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