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Roadside Tourism Signs

Roads and Jetties Act 1935

Tourism signs are designed to direct visitors to features and facilities of interest.

  • If you own or operate a commercial tourism business or natural, cultural or heritage features/attractions you may apply for approval to erect tourism signs on State roads.  Use Form A, (PDF).

  • Councils, tourism associations or anyone wishing to obtain approval for a tourism precinct, themed route/trail or visitor radio may apply.  Use Form B, (PDF).

Applicants must satisfy a range of criteria to demonstrate provision of a substantive visitor experience.

There are strict specifications for design, installation and siting.  More information can be found in the Tasmanian Roadside Signs Manual.

Questions? Please call the Traffic and Infrastructure Branch on (03) 6233 8539.