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AU Gov’t Closes Some Campgrounds, Parks

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In response to the covid lockdown on August 12, 2012, some parks and reserves were closed by the  Australian Capital Territory‘s government.

These are the closed areas:

  • Woods Reserve Campground
  • Northern Borders Campground
  • Cotter precinct (including Cotter Campground, Blue Range)
  • Namadgi National Park (including its visitors center)
  • Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve (including a visitors center)
  • Lower Cotter Catchment
  • Kambah Pool
  • Uriarra Crossing
  • Googong Foreshores

According to the government, Canberra‘s remaining parks and reserves will be open for residents to use during their daily exercise hours.

Everyone aged 12 and older must have a face mask and wear it at all times.

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