FOR THE LATEST UPDATE – PLEASE CLICK ON THE LINK: Yanga Update 09.02.24
VARYING WEATHER CONDITIONS AFFECT ACCESS TO DIFFERENT AREAS OF YANGA NATIONAL PARK.
FIRE BANS ARE NOW IN PLACE – PLEASE CHECK CURRENT RESTRICTIONS AT: Alerts list/map | Alerts list | NSW National Parks – All Campfire and solid fuel – wood, heat beads, charcoal, briquettes, hexamite Barbecues and stoves are now prohibited.
YANGA NATIONA PARK HAS WATERWAYS THAT MAY BE AFFECTED AT TIMES BY BLUE-GREEN ALGAE
Visitors can pick up a self-guided audio tour for Yanga Homestead from the Balranald Visitors Information Centre or Balranald Caravan Park for an exclusive peek into this state significant heritage building complete with the original furniture, art work and bric-a-brac.
DOMESTIC FIREWOOD PERMITS – YANGA NATIONAL PARK
Permits are available from 1st April until 30th September for domestic firewood collection on Yanga National Park. The available firewood is from a single collection point and consists of redgum milled timber offcuts (sleeper backs). – Firewood Application Form
Permits cost $25/tonne or $12.50/tonne for pensioner concession with a limit of 6 tonnes per household per year.
Permits are only available to residents of Balranald and Murray Rivers Shires.
PLEASE NOTE: APPLICATIONS MUST BE EMAILED TO THE NPWS BURONGA OFFICE FOR PROCESSING AT: firstname.lastname@example.org
Permit applications are available online – search “NSW Domestic Firewood Collection” or printed copies are available at the Yanga Park office, open 8.30am – 4.30pm every day.
For more information please call the Yanga Park office on 03 5020 1764 or email: email@example.com