We oversee 170 walking tracks networks, with a length of over 120kms. 

Notifications of closures, track changes and upgrades are listed on this page.

Wentworth Falls Overcliff Track closure:  Wednesday 25 - Thursday 26 September, 2019 - weather dependent

The following areas will be closed to allow helicopter to lift in materials for walking track repairs:

CLOSED: Wentworth Pass walking track, Den Fenella Track, Overcliff-Undercliff Track
OPEN: Princes Rock Track and Lookout, Queen Victoria Lookout, Empress Canyon, Nature Track, Shortcut Track, Rocket Point Lookout, Wentworth Falls Picnic Area and Lookouts, Weeping Rock Circuit

Please refer to map here. For further information, please call the NPWS Heritage Centre, Blackheath Ph: 4787 8877 – open daily 9AM – 4.30PM
Updated: 25/9/2019 3.25pm

Wentworth Falls: Overcliff Track Closure, 21 August - 13 December 2019

The Overcliff track will be closed each week from Wednesday to Friday, between 21 August - 13 December 2019.
The Overcliff track will be open each week from Saturday to Tuesday, between 21 August - 13 December 2019.

The following nearby tracks remain OPEN:
Den Fenella Track, Short Cut Track, Murphy Lane Track.

Please refer to map here. For further information, please call the NPWS Heritage Centre, Blackheath Ph: 4787 8877 – open daily 9AM – 4.30PM
Updated: 19/8/2019 10.14am
 

Mt Victoria: Fairy Bower Walking Track TEMPORARY CLOSURE

Temporary closure of 600m of walking track, Fairy Bower Reserve, southern side of Mt Victoria.
Critical track infrastructure has failed. There is no through pedestrian access.

Access to the remaining walking track network can be accessed via Mt Piddington Rd and Innes Rd/Kanimbla Valley Rd

Please refer to map here. For further information, please call Council on 4780 5000. 
Updated: 26/7/2019 10.18am
 

Katoomba: Katoomba Falls Night-Lit Walk UPDATE

The night-lit walk from Katoomba Falls Kiosk through to Katoomba Cascades and Katoomba Reserve is temporarily unavailable.

New LED under-rail lighting is not functional due to vandalism of the electrical wiring that feeds this section of the walk.

Updated: 20/3/2019 3:50pm