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Park alerts and camping information due to ex Tropical Cyclone Debbie

As of 6 April 2017 there are more than 150 national parks (of 223 impacted parks) open. The remaining are either closed or partially open.

Extreme weather conditions due to ex Tropical Cyclone Debbie have impacted large areas of Queensland and New South Wales, particularly Queensland’s national parks and forest areas.

For those planning or who have already booked a national park visit for Easter holidays, please stay safe and up–to–date through our Park Alerts which change daily.

Park Alerts are regular reports by rangers on the condition of Queensland’s national parks and include updates on walking tracks, camping grounds, picnic areas, facilities and roads.

View, follow and subscribe to Park Alerts.

Check current weather conditions before you travel at the Bureau of Meteorology website and road conditions at the Queensland Government’s traffic and travel information website.

For your safety, do not attempt to cross flooded creeks. Recent tragedies have occurred. If it’s flooded, forget it.

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Last updated
6 April 2017