Locations

 
Ambulance Tasmania

Ambulance Locations

There are ambulance stations and volunteer groups strategically located across the state to respond to accidents and emergency incidents as they occur.

Of the 55 ambulance stations in Tasmania, 41 use volunteers.

  • 20 stations are staffed solely by volunteers, with paramedic backup provided if required. In larger communities volunteers remain at the station when on duty; in smaller communities they often respond from home or work.
  • 16 stations are staffed by a permanent officer and volunteers. These stations tend to be in regional towns; volunteers remain at the station when on duty.
  • 5 Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) units are staffed by volunteers who respond by car and provide immediate care including defibrillation in life-threatening cases prior to the arrival of a crewed ambulance.
  • 14 stations are staff by permanent officers only.

Map of ambulance locations in Tasmania

Volunteers &
Salaried Paramedics
Volunteers Only Community Emergency
Response Teams (CERTs)
Salaried
Paramedics Only

Beaconsfield
Campbelltown
Deloraine
Georgetown
Huonville
New Norfolk
Nubeena
Oatlands
Queenstown
Scottsdale
Sheffield
Smithton
Sorell
Triabunna
Wynyard
Zeehan

Avoca
Bicheno
Bothwell
Bruny Island
Coles Bay
Dodges Ferry
Dover
Dunalley
Flinders Island
King Island
Maydena
Miena 
Rosebery
St Helens
St Marys
Strahan
Swansea
Tullah
Warratah
Wayatinah
Ellendale
Longford
Poatina
Port Sorell
South Arm
Bridgewater
Burnie
Claremont
Devonport
Eastern Shore
Glenorchy
Hobart
Kingston
Latrobe
Launceston
Launceston Airport
Mowbray
Scamander
Ulverstone