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Hill End Historic Site

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Applies from Sat 1 Sep 2018, 5.24pm to Sun 31 Mar 2019, 11.03am. Last reviewed: Fri 12 Oct 2018, 11.24am

Fire bans: Part park fire ban

A solid fuel fire ban is in place in this park and remains in effect until Sunday 31 March 2019. The fire ban applies to all areas of the park except for Euroka, Burralow Creek, Green Gully, Murphys Glen, Mount Werong and Batsch Camp picnic areas and campgrounds. During park fire ban periods, all campfire and solid fuel (wood, heat beads, charcoal, briquettes, hexamite) barbecues and stoves are prohibited. Gas and electric barbecues and cookers are permitted as long as:

  • They're under direct control of an adult
  • The ground within 2 m of the barbecue is cleared of all flammable materials
  • There's an adequate supply of water (minimum of a bucket)

If a Total Fire Ban is in place, please contact the local park office before using a gas and or electric barbecue or cooker.

Penalties apply for non-compliance. Find more information about fire bans in parks and reserves including your responsibilities, visit the NSW National Parks fire safety page.

Applies from Fri 5 Oct 2018, 7.39am. Last reviewed: Fri 5 Oct 2018, 10.59am

Other planned events: Pest management progam - Capertee National Park

NSW National Parks, in conjunction with the Ilford Running Stream Pest Control Group and the Central Tablelands LLS, is undertaking a wild dog-trapping program along trails in the southern half of Capertee National Park.  

All vehicle access is restricted from the Visitor Information Bay south along the following trails:

  • Port Macquarie fire trail
  • Carinya trail
  • Airly Gap trail
  • Oakey Creek trail
  • Wallaby Creek trail

For more information call the NPWS Mudgee area office on 02 6370 9000.

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Applies from Mon 15 Oct 2018, 8.00am. Last reviewed: Tue 2 Oct 2018, 1.11pm

Fire bans: Solid fuel fire ban

A park fire ban is in place in this park and remains in effect unless otherwise extended or removed. During park fire ban periods, all campfire and solid fuel (wood, heat beads, charcoal, briquettes, hexamite) barbecues and stoves are prohibited. Gas and electric barbecues and cookers are permitted as long as:

  • They're under direct control of an adult
  • The ground within 2m of the barbecue is cleared of all flammable materials
  • There's an adequate supply of water (minimum of a bucket)

If a Total Fire Ban is in place, please contact the local park office before using a gas and or electric barbecue or cooker.

Penalties apply for non-compliance. To find more information about fire bans in parks and reserves including your responsibilities, visit the NSW National Parks fire safety page.

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Applies from Sat 1 Sep 2018, 1.32pm to Sun 31 Mar 2019, 1.32pm. Last reviewed: Thu 4 Oct 2018, 3.36pm

Fire bans: Turon National Park

A solid fuel fire ban is in place in this park and remains in effect until Wednesday 31st March 2019. The fire ban applies to all areas of the park except The Diggings and Woolshed Flat campgrounds.

During park fire ban periods, all campfire and solid fuel (wood, heat beads, charcoal, briquettes, hexamite) barbecues and stoves are prohibited. Gas and electric barbecues and cookers are permitted as long as:

  • They're under direct control of an adult
  • The ground within 2m of the barbecue is cleared of all flammable materials
  • There's an adequate supply of water (minimum of a bucket)

If a Total Fire Ban is in place, please contact the local park office before using a gas and or electric barbecue or cooker.

Penalties apply for non-compliance. Find more information about fire bans in parks and reserves including your responsibilities, visit the NSW National Parks fire safety page.

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Applies from Mon 27 Aug 2018, 2.15pm. Last reviewed: Thu 27 Sep 2018, 3.53pm

Fire bans: Solid fuel fire ban

A solid fuel fire ban is in place in this park, (see exemptions below) from Saturday 1 September 2018, and remains in effect until Sunday 31 March 2019, unless otherwise extended or removed.

However, from Saturday 1 September 2018 until Sunday 14 October 2018, solid fuel fires will be allowed in the main camping area and around the homestead, in the steel fireplaces provided.

From Monday 15 October 2018, the solid fuel fire ban will apply across the whole park with no areas exempted.

During park fire ban periods, all campfire and solid fuel (wood, heat beads, charcoal, briquettes, hexamite) barbecues and stoves are prohibited. Gas and electric barbecues and cookers are permitted as long as:

  • They're under direct control of an adult
  • The ground within 2m of the barbecue is cleared of all flammable materials
  • There's an adequate supply of water (minimum of a bucket)

If a Total Fire Ban is in place, please contact the local park office before using a gas and or electric barbecue or cooker.

Penalties apply for non-compliance. Find more information about fire bans in parks and reserves including your responsibilities, visit the NSW National Parks fire safety page.

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Applies from Sat 1 Sep 2018, 3.50pm to Sun 31 Mar 2019, 3.51pm. Last reviewed: Wed 22 Aug 2018, 10.22am

Fire bans: Fire Ban - Wollemi National Park

A solid fuel fire ban is in place in this park and remains in effect until Wednesday Sunday 31 March 2019.

The fire ban applies to all areas of the park except for Colo Meroo, Coorongooba, Dunns Swamp, Newnes and Wheeny Creek picnic and campgrounds.

During park fire ban periods, all campfire and solid fuel (wood, heat beads, charcoal, briquettes, hexamite) barbecues and stoves are prohibited. Gas and electric barbecues and cookers are permitted as long as:

  • they're under direct control of an adult
  • the ground within 2m of the barbecue is cleared of all flammable materials
  • there's an adequate supply of water (minimum of a bucket).

If a Total Fire Ban is in place, please contact the local park office before using a gas and or electric barbecue or cooker.

Penalties apply for non-compliance. Find more information about fire bans in parks and reserves including your responsibilities, visit the NSW National Parks fire safety page.

Applies from Tue 3 Jul 2018, 1.25pm. Last reviewed: Tue 2 Oct 2018, 12.39pm

Closed parks: Mount Canobolas State Conservation Area closed

All areas of this park, except for the summit of Mount Canobolas, are closed because of the effects of bushfire. The park experienced a major bushfire in February 2018, and there is a danger of falling trees and branches over the coming months. A large amount of walking track infrastructure has also been damaged. It will take some time to improve visitor safety and repair walking track infrastructure. Visitors are welcome at the summit of Mount Canobolas, but should not enter burnt areas of the park, including the walking tracks. 

NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service will reassess the closure in late December 2018.

Penalties apply for non-compliance. For more information, please contact the NPWS Bathurst area office on (02) 6332 7640 or visit the NSW National Parks safety page for park safety guidelines.

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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/visit-a-park/parks/hill-end-historic-site/local-alerts

Contact

  • in the Country NSW region
  • Hill End Historic Site is always open but may have to close at times due to poor weather or fire danger.

    • Hill End Historic Site office
      02 6337 8206
      Contact hours: Monday to Friday, 8.30am to 4.30pm. Closed 12.30pm to 1.30pm. Closed weekends and public holidays.
    • Beyers Avenue, Hill End NSW 2850
    • Email: hill.end@environment.nsw.gov.au
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Emergency services

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Golden Gully, Hill End Historic Site. Photo: Debby McGerty