NSW national parks reopen

National parks in NSW have reopened after the state government eased travel restrictions put in place due to the coronavirus.

Travellers from NSW and interstate are now allowed to camp in most parks, however you must book before arriving so the numbers of campers meet physical distancing rules.

Also resuming from June 1 is general travel around the state, along with the opening of museums, galleries and libraries, and an increase of up to 50 people at cafes and restaurants.

Find out more about park closures here and stay up to date with NSW National Parks & Wildlife Service COVID-19 rules here.

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