What’s this about?
Blue Mountains National Park is the most visited park in NSW, receiving more than 8 million visits in 2018.
Visitor infrastructure improvements will enhance and disperse the visitor experience and improve protection of the park's values.
Improvements to the Govetts Leap visitor precinct will elevate the quality of interpretation and promotion of the park's World Heritage values.
- upgrade and increase capacity parking areas at Govetts Leap
- upgrade facilities to improve access for people with disabilities or restricted mobility
- enable pre-existing overnight stay facilities at Green Gully visitor precinct including a camping area and cabins.
Everyone is invited to review the amendment and draft visitor precinct plan and provide comments.
Have your say
There are four ways you can provide feedback.
Have your say by Monday 17 August 2020.