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STT COVID-19 Response


Regional Offices and Island Specialty Timbers

In the interest of public safety, Sustainable Timber Tasmania will continue to offer permits and licences to the public over the phone only. Contact details for our regional offices are available from our website at

Our regional offices at Smithton, Camdale, Perth, Scottsdale, Derwent Park and Geeveston are now closed to visitors.

All inquiries can now be directed to our stakeholder email address at

In addition, Island Speciality Timbers is still operating, however in the interest of public safety our locations at Geeveston, Derwent Park and Smithton are closed until further notice.

Island Specialty Timbers Derwent Park and Geeveston is still taking sales by arrangement. Contact details are available at

Island Specialty Timbers Strahan is closed.

Sustainable Timber Tasmania will notify the public when offices and Island Speciality Timbers will reopen to the public.

Recreational Areas managed by Sustainable Timber Tasmania

As of 3pm Friday 5 June 2020, Permanent Timber Production Zone land managed by Sustainable Timber Tasmania can be used for recreational activities including exercising (walking, running, cycling), hunting, fishing and camping.

Normal limitations regarding restricted access to areas to manage important forest values and active forestry operations apply.

Government guidelines regarding physical distancing rules and limit to groups must be followed while accessing Permanent Timber Production Zone land.