Snowy River National Park


Snowy River National Park


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Snowy River National Park

Change of Conditions

Nature being nature, sometimes conditions can change at short notice. It’s a good idea to check this page ahead of your visit for any updates.

  • Waratah Flat Campground (Snowy River National Park, Rodger River and Mountain Creek Natural Catchment Area)

    Waratah Flat Campground. Due to Hazardous tree issues Waratah Flat Campground is closed

    Waratah Flat Campground. Due to Hazardous tree issues Waratah Flat Campground is closed

  • Snowy River National Park

    Planned aerial shooting operations targeting deer – Snowy River NP

    Parts of the Park will be closed during these dates while aerial shooting operations targeting deer are undertaken.
    17-21 October 2022
    24-28 October 2022
    27-31 March 2023
    3-7 April 2023
    See attached map for details. 

    Attachments: Snowy River NP aerial shooting information (347KB)

    Temporary Track closures Snowy River NP

    A portion of the 4WD track network in the north-eastern Snowy River National Park is currently closed to visitors due to very poor track condition. 
    Tracks affected are Bowen Track (from Reeds track to Bowen Link track), Warm Corners Track, Clem Track, Boundary Track, (From Reeds to Warm Corners track), Warbisco Track, Bowen Link Track, Monkeytop Track, Waratah Flat Rd (from Rich Knob Track to Monkeytop Track),  Minchin Track and Sun Track.

    Attachments: Map - Snowy River NP Temporary Closures - 20230119 (395KB)

    Snowy River National Park - update 24 March 2023

    The following tracks and areas were impacted by severe storms and weather in late 2022. Park staff continue to assess and monitor conditions, and will commence work to repair damage as conditions allow. Some areas have recently reopened.
    Please continue to monitor this page for updated information.
    Boundary Track - closed
    Kangaroo Fire Trail - closed
    Garnets Track - open
    Varneys Track - open
    Hicks Track - open
    Hicks Camping Area - open
    Jacksons Crossing Camping Area - open
    Raymond Creek Falls Day Visitor and Camping areas - open to 2WD vehicles
    Moorsford Road - open to 2WD vehicles 

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