Last update: 19/10/2013 9:03PM
Park fire ban
A park fire ban applies in the park.
(Ends Tuesday 1 April, 4:00PM)
A Solid Fuel Fire Ban is in place in Murrumbidgee National / Regional Park / Nature Reserve & State Conservation Area from 1 October 2013 to 31 March 2014.
A Solid Fuel Fire Ban means that no fires can be lit, including wood and heat bead barbecues and cookers. The use of gas BBQs is permitted in the open as long as there is a ready source of water. If you intend visiting the park please bring gas appliances with you to cook with.
On days of Total Fire Ban no fires including solid, gas and liquid fuel barbecues and ovens in the open are allowed.
Park management may vary the dates of the Solid Fuel Fire ban if conditions change.
To find out more, please contact Griffith Office on 6966 8100 between Monday and Friday 9:00 am – 4:30 pm.