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Yanga Woolshed

Yanga National Park

Current alerts in this area

There are no current alerts in this area.

Nearby alerts

Applies from Tue 14 Apr 2020, 1.39pm to Wed 30 Sep 2020, 1.41pm. Last reviewed: Tue 14 Apr 2020, 4.04pm

Other planned events: Domestic firewood permits

Permits for domestic firewood collection in Yanga National Park are available from Friday 1 May until Wednesday 30 September 2020. The available firewood is from a single collection point and consists of redgum milled timber offcuts (sleeper backs).

Permits cost $25/tonne or $12.50/tonne for pensioner concession with a limit of 6 tonne per household per year.

Permits are only available to residents of Balranald and Murray Rivers Shires.

Due to COVID-19 restrictions, applications and permits will be processed by email. For more information or an application form, please call the NPWS Buronga office on 03 5021 8900 or email npws.lowerdarling@environment.nsw.gov.au.

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Applies from Fri 24 Aug 2018, 1.01pm. Last reviewed: Sun 29 Mar 2020, 2.33pm

Closed areas: Regatta Beach picnic area closed

Regatta Beach picnic area is closed until further notice. For more information, call the NPWS Yanga area office on 03 5020 1764.

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Local alerts

For the latest updates on fires, closures and other alerts in this area, see https://www.nationalparks.nsw.gov.au/venues/yanga-woolshed/local-alerts

Park info

  • in Yanga National Park in the Murray-Riverina region
  • Yanga National Park is open Sunrise to Sunset but may have to close at times due to poor weather or fire danger.

    Yanga Homestead Precinct is open 8.30am - 4.30pm.

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Emergency services

For all NSW fires visit the Rural Fire Service

For the latest information on wildfires in your area please contact the NSW Rural Fire Service.

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Yanga Lake, Yanga National Park. Photo: David Finnegan