Royal National Park Hazard reduction burn rescheduled for this Sunday 9th September
Media release: 7 September 2012
The National Parks and Wildlife Service has rescheduled the hazard reduction burn in Royal National Park for Sunday 9th September – weather permitting.
The burn will only go ahead if conditions are safe.
The Rural Fire Service and Fire and Rescue NSW will assist in the burn.
The 360 hectare Temptation Creek burn is to reduce fuel loads prior to the fire season and protect homes in Grays Point and Kirrawee.
One southbound lane the Princes Highway will be closed 1pm and 4pm at Kirrawee to protect volunteers working next to the road, however smoke may affect the highway and neighbouring areas.
For up to date information on traffic conditions visit www.livetraffic.com.
For up to date information on this and other hazard reduction burns, visit the Rural Fire Service website: www.rfs.nsw.gov.au
Contact: Roger Bell
Page last updated: 07 September 2012