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Blue Mountains National Park - Furber Steps Helicopter Operations & Track Maintenance
National Parks & Wildlife Service advise that on Thursday 11th and Friday 12th April, 2019 the following areas will be closed to allow helicopter to lift in materials for walking track repairs:
- Furber Steps
- Federal Pass below Three Sisters from junction with Dardanelles Pass to Scenic Railway
- Track between Katoomba Cascades and Reid’s Plateau
- Reid’s Plateau
- Round Walk
- Vaniman’s Lookout
- Prince Henry Cliff Walk
- Federal Pass: towards Ruined Castle from Scenic Railway
- Federal Pass: from below Three Sisters to Leura Forest
- Dardanelles Pass
Please refer to map above.
National Parks & Wildlife Service advise that from Friday 12th April to Sunday 30th June, 2019 the following areas will be closed for walking track repairs:
Furber Steps from below the Round Walk to Federal Pass Junction
Please refer to map.
For further information, please call the NPWS Heritage Centre, Blackheath on 4787 8877 – open daily 9am-4.30pm
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