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NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service: Contact

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Any questions about parks and reserves in New South Wales and about the NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service can be made by visiting any of their centres, or you can visit their website.

As the state NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service information is often changing, it is highly recommended that you get the current information direct from their website.

You can get information on what to see and do, places to stay, guides and updates, safety, access, passes and fees, flood and fire warnings, tour operators, contact, including Facebook.

  NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service

  There are a number of NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service Visitor Information Centres, especially at some of the major and more popular national parks. To find out more information, just search for the specific national parks page on their website. Relevant details will be available there.
  Atlas of NSW Wildlife
The Atlas of NSW Wildlife (the Atlas) is the Office of Environment and Heritage’s (OEH’s) database of flora and fauna records. The Atlas contains records of plants, mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, some fungi, some invertebrates (such as insects and snails listed under the Threatened Species Conservation Act) and some fish.
The Atlas also contains known and predicted distributions of vegetation communities, and of endangered populations and key threatening processes listed under the Threatened Species Conservation Act.
NSW National Parks & Wildlife Service
Contact information such as address and phone number may change. Check the official website for any changes to contact, services, access, flood and fire information.

Caring for our Parks

When using the national parks and reserve, always remember the following points:
  • Take any rubbish home with you.
  • All native plants, animals and landforms are protected.
  • Dogs, cats and other pets are prohibited within the parks.
  • Firearms are prohibited within the parks.
  • Camping is only permitted in designated areas.
  • Fires are only permitted in the fireplaces provided
  • No fires in the open on Total Fire Ban days.
  • Leave the park as you found it.

    It would be good if you took any stray litter that you come across with you.

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NSW National Parks & Wildlife Service
• All you need to know about national parks from the NSW Government website. Please note that website address can often change due to changes in government responsibilities often because of changes in which party is in government. To find the national park section, just go to the main NSW Government and search for the phrase "national park" on the government web site. You should then be presented with link results that include the department responsible for national parks in the state. You can also search directly on the government site for the national park itself.
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