Last update: 20/8/2014 10:25AM
Advising that Glenbrook Precinct of Blue Mountains National Park has reopened
The Glenbrook Precinct of the Blue Mountains National Park is open including Euroka, The Oaks Fire Trail, Red Hands Cave and lookouts. Vehicle access to Darug campsite in Euroka is restricted due to slippery conditions. The site can still be accessed for day use on foot.
Claustral Canyon access change
Access to Claustral Canyon via the previous route across private land at Mt Tomah is no longer possible due to landholders denying access. Canyoners should respect the rights of Mt Tomah residents and avoid using private land.
Alternative access from the west side of Mt Bell has been identified. For details please contact the NPWS Heritage Centre, phone 02 4787 8877; open seven days 9.00 am to 4.30 pm.
Fire affected areas remain closed
NPWS is conducting risk assessments of fire affected areas in an effort to re-open sites to the public as soon as possible. Until assessments and/or required work is completed, the following areas remain closed:
- Mt Banks walking and cycling track
Please continue to check the website for further updates, as re-openings will be posted on a regular basis.
Overcliff track - Wentworth Falls - Overcliff-Undercliff track
The Overcliff Track between Lyrebird and Breakfast Point lookouts remains closed due to storm damage.
The Waratah Native Gardens
The Waratah Native Gardens precinct of Blue Mountains National Park will be closed to the public until Spring 2014 due to major landslip event occurring across the Gorge Walking Track – a full assessment is underway to determine the extent of damage and to ensure the area is made safe. The precinct will be closed at the Valley Ridges Road Berambing entry gate (west of Bilpin).