Visit a national park for free this weekend

Published 4th October, 2017 in Environment, Living in NSW, Sport & Recreation, Tourism

Celebrate the 50th anniversary of National Parks and Wildlife Service with no vehicle entry fees on 8 October.

Upper National Falls, Royal National Park

As well as free vehicle entry to NSW's 45 fee-paying national parks, landing fees at The Basin, Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park and Sydney Harbour National Park will be waived.

Seven public events will be held at National Park sites across the state on 8 October. 

A free day of family fun awaits at the Royal National Park, with live music, dancers, activities for kids to learn about Aboriginal culture and Australian wildlife and a free lunchtime sausage sizzle.

Other events will be held at :

Roto House, Macquarie Nature Reserve, Port Macquarie
Cape Byron Lighthouse, Byron Bay
Fitzroy Falls Visitor Centre, Morton National Park
Yarrangobilly Caves, Kosciuszko National Park
Hill End Historic Site, Hill End
The Kinchega Woolshed and Shearers Quarters Complex, Kinchega National Park

Find out more about National Parks and Wildlife Service's 50th anniversary celebrations 

Published 4th October, 2017 in Environment, Living in NSW, Sport & Recreation, Tourism