Popular walking trails re-open in Namadgi

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POPULAR walking tracks at Namadgi National Park have re-opened today (July 27) after fires ripped through the park earlier this year. 

Areas such as Gibraltar Falls, Corin Dam, Settlers Walking Track and Square Rock are now open, but the Visitor Information Centre and other areas remain closed as fire recovery work continues.

The Woods Reserve and Mt Clear campgrounds have also been re-opened to campers and are taking online bookings.

Honeysuckle, Orroral Valley and Bimberi Wilderness Areas remain closed as major works are required to restore public access roads, walking trails, low-level crossings and fire trails.

Old Boboyan Road also remains closed to allow for works at Yankee Hat to protect the rock art site. This also mean that visitors will not be able to access to the Gudgenby Valley and Ready Cut Cottage.

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