Brindabella National Park reopens after a long summer
The National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS) is pleased to announce the reopening of Brindabella National Park for campers and day visitors.
- 25 Feb 2020
Giant fungi and unfurling stems as Mt Kaputar reopens post fire
The National Parks and Wildlife Service is pleased to announce Mt Kaputar National Park will reopen from this Friday (28 February) after a huge effort to make the park safe following a fire in October.
- 24 Feb 2020
Warrabah National Park reopens as Namoi River flows
The National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS) is pleased to announce that Warrabah National Park, including the beautiful Muluerindie stone cabin, is open again after multiple fires burnt through parts of the national park.
- 18 Feb 2020
Latest ministerial media releases
Minister directs Council to finalise its plan for Stockton
The City of Newcastle Council has been directed to prepare its Coastal Management Program (CMP) for Stockton as an urgent matter of priority.
- 23 Feb 2020
South Coast shorebird hatching boom despite bushfires
Critically endangered Little Terns, Hooded Plovers and Pied Oystercatchers have fledged chicks at nesting sites along the NSW South Coast despite bushfires and beach visitors.
- 19 Feb 2020
Sculptures to commemorate the meeting of two cultures at Kamay Botany Bay
Three commemorative bronze sculptures designed by Aboriginal artists have been chosen to mark the 250th anniversary of the first contact between the crew of HMB Endeavour and the Gweagal people on the shores of Botany Bay.
- 14 Feb 2020