Blue Mountains News
Temporary Closure: Perrys Lookdown and Anvil Rock - Friday 11th September 2020
Blue Mountains National Park – Blackheath Area
Friday 11th September, 2020 - weather permitting
National Parks & Wildlife Service will have a helicopter working in the Hat Hill Rd and Perrys Lookdown areas of Blackheath, Friday 11th September. The helicopter will be delivering walking track materials to areas that are currently closed as per the Park Alerts page for Blue Mountains National Park.
Please note, Hat Hill Road will be closed to all traffic, walkers and cyclists at the park boundary. No access to Perrys Lookdown and Anvil Rock.
For further information, please call the NPWS Heritage Centre, Blackheath: Ph: 4787 8877 – open daily 9AM – 4.30PM
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