Arthur-Pieman Conservation Area tracks decision

​The Tasmanian Government has made the decision to not proceed with the submission of a Public Environment Report to reopen three tracks south of Sandy Cape in the Arthur-Pieman Conservation Area (APCA). 

In preparation for the Public Environment Report, the Government received a cultural heritage report about the three tracks which indicated that there is an unacceptable risk to Aboriginal Cultural Heritage, with no feasible mitigation measures to protect the values. 

Off-road vehicle use will not be permitted on tracks 501, 503 and 601. 

For more information on the APCA tracks decision, and to view the full report on the APCA Cultural Heritage Review and Frequently Asked Questions, visit the APCA Tracks page on the DPIPWE website. 

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