Amendment to Weddin Mountains National Park Plan of Management
Weddin Mountains National Park is approximately 20 kilometres south-west of Grenfell in the Central West of NSW. The national park was reserved in 1971 and is 8361 hectares in area, incorporating virtually the entire Weddin Range.
- 26 September 2019
- Department of Planning, Industry and Environment
The Weddin Mountains National Park Plan of Management adopted in 1995 prohibited horse riding.
The amendment provides for low-key horse riding in the southern part of Weddin Mountains National Park, and applies conditions to ensure the protection of the park’s natural and cultural values, as well as visitor safety and enjoyment.
This Amendment was approved by the Minister for Energy and Environment on 22 August 2019 and should be read in conjunction with the Weddin Mountains National Park Plan of Management (1995).