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Alerts for NSW National Parks


Park closures

Please continue to check for closures and alerts before visiting NSW national parks and avoid remote areas during the current bushfire conditions.

Most national parks on the mid north coast, north coast, northern inland and northern Blue Mountains will remain closed until further notice as the fire danger in these areas remains very high to severe. This means no public access at all in closed parks, including tracks, trails, campgrounds and picnic areas. In other areas of NSW, national parks continue to be reopened as it becomes safe to do so.   

Stay up to date with information on fires and fire bans.

Last updated 15/11/2019 9:30AM.

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Locations Affected

See list of affected locations on park alerts page

  • Most parks closed
  • Some parks closed
  • All parks open

These maps give a basic overview of park attractions and facilities, and may not be detailed enough for some activities. We recommend that you buy a topographic map before you go exploring.

Ironbark Creek campground, Kings Plain National Park. Photo: Rob Cleary