Template:Tasmanian national parks pass

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This template mostly works on the basis of Template:Canadian national park passes or Template:USA national park passes except that this has no special parameters or variables and is a simple transclusion. It is for use in the #Fees and permits section of the 18 national parks in Tasmania. To see how it's being used in an article, see Mount Field National Park or Narawntapu National Park or any of the pages listed here.

Entering the code {{Tasmanian national parks pass}} produces the following:

To enter any national park in Tasmania, you'll need to have a valid parks pass to enter the park, which can be found here at the Parks Tasmania website. There are numerous passes available, depending on your needs. The fees are up-to-date as of February 2023.

A daily parks pass is usually valid for 24 hours, and is usable in all parks although it does not include access to Cradle Mountain. This is particularly useful if you're going to numerous nearby parks. A pass for your vehicle covers up to 8 occupants, you only need the per person pass if you arrive without a vehicle.

  • Per vehicle: $41.20
  • Per person: $20.60

If you're staying in Tasmania for a few weeks and want to go numerous national parks, there's the Holiday Pass, which is valid for up to two months. This also includes Cradle Mountain.

  • Per vehicle: $82.40
  • Per person (≥5): $41.20

There is also the Annual Park Pass, which is valid in all parks, including Cradle Mountain.

  • $91.35 in general
  • $73.10 for concession holders
  • $36.55 for seniors

If you only plan to repeatedly visit one park again for 12 months, it's $46.70 in general, or $37.35 for concession holders. This excludes Cradle Mountain.

Passes can either be purchased through passes.parks.tas.gov.au, in any national park visitor centre, some travel information centres, onboard Spirit of Tasmania vessels, and Service Tasmania centres.