A 22-year-old woman, who fell 20 metres down the Cataract Gorge on Saturday afternoon, remains in a stable condition.
Police said she was at a popular rock climbing site, near the gorge's zig zag track, when she lost her footing at about 4pm and fell.
Launceston City mayor Albert Van Zetten said the city wished the young woman a speedy recovery from her injuries but did not mention if further safety precautions at the gorge would be looked at by the council.
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"The council will not be making any further comments until such time as we have been briefed by emergency service," he said.
She was taken to the Launceston General Hospital with a fractured foot and hip after a two-hour rescue operation near the gorge's water line.
Crews were on site within 15 minutes and police, Launceston Surf Club, search and rescue, TFS and ambulance officers responded.
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