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Temporary Closure - Perry's Lookdown and Govett's Leap Lookout, Thursday 28th May, 2020
Blue Mountains National Park – Blackheath Area
Thursday 28th May, 2020, weather permitting
We will have a helicopter working in the Perry’s Lookdown and Cliff Top Track areas of Blackheath, Thursday 28th May. The helicopter is delivering walking track materials to areas that are currently closed as per the Park Alerts page for Blue Mountains National Park
Please note the additional closures and times for Thursday 28th May:
Access along Hat Hill Rd for Anvil Rock and Perry’s Lookdown
From 6AM – 10:00AM access for walkers and cyclists is only possible to Anvil Rock – Perry’s Lookdown will be closed for the operation. The gate is currently locked to vehicles at the Blue Mountains National Park boundary below Hat Hill.
The Fairfax Walking Track, Govetts Leap Lookout and car park will be closed all day.
Please refer to map attached.
For further information, please call the NPWS Heritage Centre, Blackheath:
Ph: 4787 8877 – 9AM – 4.30PM daily.
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