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Alerts for NSW National Parks


State-wide park closures

Due to the extreme fire conditions across much of New South Wales, MOST national parks and reserves in NSW from the Queensland border to Victoria are closed. This means no public access at all and includes tracks, trails, campgrounds and picnic areas.

View a full list of park closures and alerts, including any exceptions. This is an important measure to protect the public's safety and to ensure no-one finds themselves trapped in a park if fire starts in the predicted extreme conditions.

total fire ban remains in place for all NSW national parks due to extreme fire danger. For information on fires visit Fires Near Me and NSW Rural Fire Service

Last updated 11/11/2019 5:00PM.

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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