Ambulance Locations

Ambulance Tasmania

Ambulance Locations

Ambulance stations and volunteer groups are strategically located across the State, providing a medical emergency response, as required.

Ambulance Tasmania operates from 54 locations across the State. These include:

  • 14 metropolitan/urban stations, which are staffed by paramedics
  • seven double branch stations, which are staffed by paramedics that provide 24 hour per day rostered coverage supported by volunteers
  • 14 single branch stations, which are staffed by a paramedic that is rostered on for the day shift and is available on-call out-of-hours supported by volunteers
  • three temporary single branch stations
  • 12 volunteer only stations
  • Four Community Emergency Response Teams (CERTS).

Map of ambulance locations in Tasmania

Station Type

North

North West

South

Community Emergency Response Teams (CERTs) – volunteer only

Port Sorell

Poatina

Ellendale

South Arm

Volunteer only Stations

Whitemark

St Marys

Currie

Rosebery

Strahan

Tullah

Bothwell

Coles Bay

Dover

Dunalley

Maydena

Wayatinah

Single Branch Stations – a paramedic is rostered on day shift and on-call out-of-hours, with volunteer support

Bicheno

Campbell Town

Longford

Scamander

Scottsdale

St Helens

Sheffield

Smithton

Queenstown

Zeehan

Dodges Ferry

Nubeena

Oatlands

Triabunna

Temporary Single Branch Station

Miena

 

Allonnah

Swansea

Double Branch Stations – a paramedic is rostered on 24 hours per day, with volunteer support

Beaconsfield

Deloraine

George Town

Wynyard

Huonville

New Norfolk

Sorell

Metropolitan/Urban Stations – paramedic crews are rostered on 24 hours per day

Launceston

Launceston Airport

Mowbray

Burnie

Devonport

Latrobe

Ulverstone

Bridgewater

Claremont

Glenorchy

Hobart

Hobart Airport

Kingston

Mornington