Access to campgrounds at Warrumbungle National Park has been improved by a new pedestrian bridge.
NPWS Area Manager John Whittall, said the Mopra Creek Pedestrian Bridge would provide greater accessibility for seniors, families, and those with special needs or reduced mobility.
"I'm proud to announce the opening of this bridge, which signifies a long-term commitment to improving access to national parks in NSW," Mr Whittall said.
"It's great to see the project come to fruition in time for the July school holidays, and I hope many visitors will make use of it over the coming weeks.
"The bridge will allow for safer and easier pedestrian access between campgrounds, which is particularly important as we've seen a rise in campers since travel restrictions eased.
"With overseas travel off the table a lot of people seem to be holidaying and adventuring locally, which is really great for the local economy and encouraging for these communities."
Campers are reminded that bookings are currently essential in order to meet public health guidelines.
For more information visit: https://www.nationalparks.nsw.gov.au/safety/camping-safety.
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