Walhalla Historic Area


Walhalla Historic Area


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Walhalla Historic Area

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.

  • Walhalla Historic Area

    Track closures due to severe weather damage.

     Cricket Ground and Britannia Spur Tracks- seasonally closed roads not yet suitable for reopening due to severe weather damage.

    Closure of Northern Tramway Walking Track Walhalla

    The northern section of the tramway walking track from the Long tunnel mine to the North Gardens camping area has been closed due to water damage and land slips caused by previous extreme weather events. The track has been assessed as being too risky to remain open and will be closed from June 30th 2023.  Safety is our number one priority. 

    Poverty Point Bridge Closure

    After an engineers assessment recommended that the the bridge be closed for public  safety. 
    The Bridge will remain closed until significant repairs the structure have been completed and 
    the Bridge made safe again for public use.  

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