Three Tasmanians have died in separate motor vehicle accidents in a horror 24-hour period.
Inspector Jason Elmer, of Tasmania Police, said a 68-year-old Campania man and his two companions were travelling in a converted, unregistered Land Cruiser on private property near Lower Marshes in the Southern Midlands during a recreational shooting trip about 8.30pm Friday.
"Whilst travelling through steep, dense bushland, the vehicle has rolled," Inspector Elmer said.
It is understood that the men were thrown from the vehicle.
Inspector Elmer said that the 68-year-old died at the scene from his injuries and his companions trekked out of the bush to raise the alartm.
"The location of the scene was such that emergency services, including Police, ambulance and SES, were required to proceed on foot," Inspector Elmer said.
One passenger, an adult male, received leg injuries and was taken from the scene to the Royal Hobart Hospital by the Westpac Rescue helicopter.
The other passenger, a 44-year-old Margate man, was not injured.
The matter is now subject to a Coroner's Investigation and the name of the deceased will not be released, Inspector Elmer said.
Late today, police and emergency service were called to the scene of a fatal single-vehicle crash on Cockatoo Gully Road, at Dysart.
Police believe the vehicle may have struck a farm animal.
No other details are available at this stage.
Meanwhile, police are at the scene of a fatal single-vehicle rollover in a paddock at Targa, near Mount Barrow in the state's north.
No details are available this stage.
Police will release further details overnight.