Watch Out for Wildlife - it Could Save Your Life!
Most of the wildlife killed on Tasmanian roads is hit between dusk and dawn.For the best chance of avoiding animals on country roads, drive at 60 (low beam) or 80 (high beam).
Roadkilltas.com provides information and tools for drivers to help them avoid hitting wildlife. We aim to reduce the impact of wildlife collisions on both people and animals.
Find out where the roadkill black spots are on your planned trip,
or if you have an in-car GPS or SatNav, download
GPS 'Point of Interest' locations for roadkill black spots.
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NEW Roadkilltas.com Bus-back campaign launched - see our Facebook page for more info!
Support our efforts to reduce roadkill in Tasmania. Spread the message - visit our Facebook page, display our car stickers or borrow our new banners for your open day
AS FEATURED ON CATALYST Roadkill Rescue - see the story and transcript here - and read the reasearch paper NIght time driver detection distances for Tasmanian fauna.
Results of a survey into wildlife warning signage (852 kb pdf)
Tasmanian Roadkill Statistics