Tasmania Parks and Wildlife Service is shutting down visitor centres and some accommodation, including the Three Capes Track and a number of huts on the Overland Track.
Due to coronavirus many visitor centres and accommodation will be shut but all parks and reserves will remain open, including campgrounds.
The exact huts to be closed on the Overland Track has not been disclosed by PWS but walkers will still be able to undertake their trip through use of camping platforms.
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A booking system will be implemented in coming days to ensure capacity at the track's sites can be managed. However until then number will be capped to ensure safety in line with public health directive.
Huts at Lake Vera and Lake Tahune at Frenchman's Cap and Mount Field Government huts will also be closed. All huts can be used in an emergency situation.
Maria Island Penitentiary accommodation and Commissariat Store will be closed, however the campgrounds, walks and ferry will continue to operate.
The Three Capes Track will be closed from March 22 and those currently on the track will continue to walk through with rangers ensuring social distancing measures are followed.
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PWS deputy secretary Jason Jacobi said the safety of visitors, volunteers and staff was the highest priority.
"We are doing all that is possible to keep our parks, reserves and campgrounds open and accessible," he said.
"Mount Field, Freycinet and Cradle Mountain visitor centres will close to the public from [Saturday night], however PWS staff will still be available to provide visitors with information and advice, and to support their needs and enquiries.
"The Tamar Island boardwalk will also remain open despite the visitor centre being closed."
For enquires on bookings for the Three Capes Track email email@example.com.
All changes to PWS from Saturday will be posted at www.parks.tas.gov.au.
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