Please help protect the natural environment by following these guidelines:

  • Leave no trace of your visit.
  • Take out what you take in. Take all your rubbish out with you. Bins are not provided¬†
  • Keep to formed vehicle and walking tracks. Short cuts cause erosion and disturb native habitat
  • Minimize wheel spin to avoid track damage in wet conditions.
  • Be prepared for the unexpected.
  • Let someone know before you go
  • Don't drive in remote areas on your own, always travel with others incase something goes wrong.
  • Dogs, cats or other pets are prohibited in national parks
  • When camping you should be fully self sufficient with food, water and camping equipment.
  • Always carry a tent or swag. Huts are for emergency use only.¬†
  • Firewood supplies are limited especially in the alpine and sub alpine areas, so the use of camping stoves is preferred.
  • Weather can deteriorate suddenly and without warning, and in alpine areas, snow can fall at any time of year, including mid-summer.
  • Don't hesitate to turn back if the trip becomes too difficult or the weather deteriorates.
  • Some roads are subject to seasonal closures in winter and early spring, check closures before you go.