A planned climate protest ended with 27 people being arrested in Hobart on Saturday.
The protest was carried out by the Extinction Rebellion Action Group about 1pm in Hobart's CBD.
About 150 people marched through the CBD to the cessation point on Murray street, where Tasmania Police had implemented road closures.
At the conclusion of the march a number of people laid down on the road, blocking traffic, police say.
After allegedly refusing to move after being asked by police, 27 people were arrested.
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Sixteen adults have been bailed to appear in court and 11 youths will be proceeded against under the provisions of the Youth Justice Act.
Detective Senior Constable Angus Dober said no one was violent, "there was just, what we would refer to as passive resistance".
"We absolutely respect people's right to protest as long as that is done peacefully," he said.
Those who were charged were charged with failing to comply with the direction of a police officer.