Stage two restrictions will be removed early in Tasmania, because of the headway in toppling coronavirus.
From 3pm Friday, with the exception of nightclubs, up to 40 patrons will be allowed in pubs, clubs and cafes.
While conceding the virus fight is not over, Premier Gutwein has described the state as arriving at 'a better place.'
"Let's take this next bold step to get the state back on track...it's time to enjoy our shacks again, take our boats out, visit a national park and enjoy a walk anywhere across the state, camping and overnight stays will be permitted."
Gyms and bootcamps will be allowed 20 people indoors and 20 outdoors.
Businesses able to reopen include beauty therapists, tattoo studios, nails, waxing, facials and tanning facilities.
Health Minister Sarah Courtney's message is testing rates need to still run as high as possible, because we have not passed the finish line in defeating coronavirus.
"This coming weekend we are going to see the mobile clinics at New Norfolk at the Boyer Oval and also at Rokeby at the Police Academy."
Just four active cases remain in the state and no positive tests have arisen in the past 17 days.