18 Jan 2020 – Please note that people planning to visit NSW National Parks and Conservation Areas are advised to check for closures and fire bans before heading out.
Go to NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service for the latest information.
The Shire encompasses a land area of nearly 2,600 square kilometres, of which about 90% is national park, bushland, water catchment or rural land, including gorges, ranges and plains.
Thirlmere Lakes National Park and Nattai National Park are also unique features of the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area.
Adjoining the World Heritage Area are Burragorang, Nattai, Bargo and Yerranderrie State Conservation areas.