Risdon Brook Park
Risdon Brook Park walking track partial closure
Date: 3 June 2016
TasWater wishes to advise that the Risdon Brook Park walking track will be partially closed due to necessary safety repairs effective immediately.
The dam wall section of the walking track requires an upgrade to the hand rail and will be temporarily closed for safety reasons while this work is undertaken. The remainder of the track and the park grounds will still be open for visitors with signs posted in intervals around the track to indicate the distance to the closure.
During the works, there may be an increase in TasWater or TasWater contractor vehicles on the walking track. Visitors to the park will need to remain alert to moving vehicles.
Work is expected to be finished by October 2016.
TasWater apologises for any inconvenience that may be caused during this upgrade.
Risdon Brook Park is the location of one of TasWater's largest drinking water reservoirs in the south of the state. Set among dense bushland, Risdon Brook Park is a popular recreational area and offers a walking track, barbecue facilities and disabled fishing bays, children's playground and toilets.
If you are interested in visiting the park please click here to find information about the various amenities the park has to offer along with the conditions of use. Contact Wayne Court for bookings on 0437 347 776.
During inclement weather, TasWater reserves the right to close the park without prior advice or notice for safety reasons. We will place any closure advice on this page, so if you have booked a hut and you have doubts about the weather, please check here prior to going out to the park to avoid disappointment.