In areas where stay-at-home orders have been lifted, most campgrounds and accommodation will reopen for bookings after 11 September. Those in LGAs under stay-at-home orders will remain closed to arrivals. Most parks are open for exercise but may close at short notice. Check NPWS alertsfor latest park closure information.
Explore World Heritage-listed Blue Mountains National Park, home of the famous Three Sisters in Katoomba. Discover iconic lookouts and waterfalls, historic walking tracks, mountain biking, Aboriginal culture, adventure sports, and camping - right on Sydney's doorstep.
Lane Cove National Park, not far from Sydney's city centre, is the perfect place for a family day out or school excursion. Explore historic sites along the Heritage walk or enjoy a picnic, canoe or go birdwatching.
Glenbrook area is your eastern gateway to Blue Mountains National Park from Sydney. Camp in the wild and enjoy natural swimming spots, Aboriginal rock art, walks and mountain biking, so close to Sydney.
Park entry fees apply in the Glenbrook area of the park.
Explore the scenery of Garigal National Park by bike, horse or canoe. It’s so close to Sydney making it perfect for a school excursion, and the opportunities for fishing, picnicking and bushwalking are limitless.
Park entry fees apply at Davidson Park picnic area and boat ramp.