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Most of Namadgi National Park will be reopened after Orroral Valley bushfire | The Canberra Times

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Bushwalkers and campers will once again be free to explore most of Namadgi National Park. The ACT government will reopen a significant portion of the park on Friday – two years ahead of schedule. Parts of the park that will reopen include Mount Tennent, Honeysuckle Ridge, Booroomba Rocks and the Orroral Valley. The Namadgi National Park was closed following the devastating Orroral Valley bushfire, which burned through 80 per cent of the park in early 2020. About two-thirds of the park have been open since July 2020, it was only the worst-hit core that remained closed. The park was not set to fully reopen until September 2023, which caused uproar among bushwalkers who accused the ACT government of being…



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