Popular sites and attractions closed
Some of our popular sites and attractions are closed or have restricted access due to the recent bushfires and floods or the COVID-19 pandemic. These are just some of the closed areas in NSW national parks and reserves, and changes may occur at short notice. Check the NPWS alerts page for all closures.
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Locations closed until further notice
These parks, sites, and attractions will remain closed until further notice.
Sydney and surrounds
Blue Mountains National Park: Giant Stairs, National Pass, Ruined Castle walking track, Golden Stairs, Tarros Ladders, and Mount Solitary walking tracks
Bents Basin State Conservation Area: entire park closed
Berowra Valley National Park: Barnetts playground
Bouddi National Park: no vehicle access to Putty Beach
Cattai National Park: entire park closed
Kamay Botany Bay National Park: Kurnell Visitor Centre, and entire park closed intermittently at peak times once maximum capacities are reached.
Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park: Bobbin Head Information Centre, The Basin track and picnic area
Lane Cove National Park: Riverside walking track
Munmorah State Conservation Area: all access roads, car parks, and picnic areas closed to vehicles
Royal National Park: Royal National Park Visitor Centre, and Warumbul picnic area
Sydney Harbour National Park: Fort Denison
Wollemi National Park: Glow Worm Tunnel walking track
Arakoon National Park: Trial Bay Gaol
Cape Byron State Conservation Area: Cape Byron lighthouse, Cape Byron Information Centre
Nightcap National Park: entire park closed
Oxley Wild Rivers National Park: East Kunderang Homestead and Green Gully track
Sea Acres National Park: Sea Acres Rainforest Centre and Sea Acres Rainforest boardwalk
Wollumbin National Park: entire park closed
Ben Boyd National Park – North (Green Cape Area): Boyds Tower walking track, Light to Light walk, Green Cape lighthouse precinct, Saltwater Creek picnic area, Bittangabee Bay picnic area.
Biamanga National Park: entire park closed.
Bomaderry Creek Regional Park: all picnic areas, barbecues and toilet facilities.
Budderoo National Park: Minnamurra Rainforest Centre
Deua National Park: entire park closed
Monga National Park: entire park closed
Montague Nature Reserve: entire reserve closed
Morton National Park: Fitzroy Falls Visitor Centre including East Rim and West Rim walking tracks, Pigeon House Mountain Didthul walking track, Wog Wog and the Castle Walk, Wildflower walking track
Kosciuszko National Park: To prepare for the opening of NSW ski season on Monday 22 June 2020, the resort areas of Perisher, Thredbo and Charlotte Pass and the Main Range of Kosciusko National Park will be closed to the public from 5pm Friday 5 June to 9am Tuesday 9 June. Check Kosciuszko National Park alerts and closures for more information.
Cathedral Rock National Park: entire park closed, except Cathedral Rock track.
Pilliga National Park: Pilliga Forest Discovery Centre
Warrumbungle National Park: Warrumbungle Visitor Centre
Wombeyan Karst Conservation Reserve: entire park closed
Mungo National Park: Mungo Visitor Centre and Mungo Shearers' Quarters
These are just some of the closed areas in NSW national parks and reserves. Check the NPWS alerts page for all closures.
Read more about what NSW National Parks and Wildlife is doing in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Last updated: 1:00pm, 3 June 2020.