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Friday 28 October 2022

A very soggy weekend for Tasmania

Visiting Tasmania this weekend? It may be a little soggy.

Heavy rain over the past few days has caused washaways, flooding and road closures right across the state.

Tasmania Parks and Wildlife have advised a number of areas and tracks have been closed due to the extreme weather conditions.

The following areas currently are closed:
Moulting Lagoon Campsite
Douglas Apsley National Park
Lake Augusta Road
Mount Barrow State Reserve lower shelter and picnic area
Arm River Regional Reserve
Little Beach Conservation Area
Mole Creek Caves
Cloudy Bay Campground
Meander Falls Road, Mother Cummings Rivulet
Patons Road, Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair
Liffey Falls Campground
Devils Gullet Lookout
Yeates Track, Great Western Tiers
Liffey Falls day use area and Riversdale Road
Tamar Island Wetlands

But there is some good news. Parks and Wildlife have completed assessments and have reopened the following tourism areas.

Hastings Caves: walking tracks are open, pool remains closed; Aquatic Point - Trevallyn Nature Recreation Area, Notley Gorge, Holwell Gorge and Ralphs Falls and Mt Victoria Road (open to 4WDs only).

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