Improved access to McBrides Beach in Booti Booti National Park
Visitors can now enjoy a short stroll to the remote and beautiful McBrides Beach in Booti Booti National Park with the completion of a new walking track.
- 18 Jan 2021
Prioritise safety and respect for Worimi country this summer holidays
People are being asked to drive safely, tread softly and adhere to COVID-19 restrictions when visiting the much-loved Aboriginal-owned Worimi Conservation Lands in the Port Stephens area this summer.
- 24 Dec 2020
Bogong biscuits bring sweet relief for mountain pygmy-possums
Primary schools throughout the Snowy Mountains of NSW have partnered with the NSW Government’s Saving our Species (SoS) program and NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS) to bake Bogong moth biscuits.
- 23 Dec 2020
Latest ministerial media releases
'Dinosaur tree' declared Asset of Intergenerational Significance (NSW)
The NSW Government has announced the Wollemi pines, in the Blue Mountains World Heritage Area, will be the first site in the State to be declared an Asset of Intergenerational Significance.
- 15 Jan 2021
Wild horse survey reinforces population control must continue
The NSW Government has released the final report of a Spring 2020 survey showing just over 14,000 wild horses call the Kosciuszko National Park home. Environment Minister Matt Kean has welcomed the new data saying the results reinforced the need to manage the horse population through approaches including passive trapping and re-homing.
- 13 Jan 2021