Widespread rainfall across the Great Lakes over the weekend has allowed the Myall Lakes National Park to reopen.
The park was temporarily closed in early January due to the ongoing drought and an increased risk of fire.
A National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS) spokesperson said substantial rain in the area since last Thursday, January 16 had moderately alleviated the dry conditions in the national park reducing the immediate risk of bushfire.
All campgrounds, day use areas, 4WD, beaches and roads in the park are now accessible by the public.
NPWS managed roads, including Mungo Brush Road and Violet Hill Road, are now accessible.
Waterways are open and boat-based access to land is now permitted.
However, Mining Road fire trail and the Mungo walking track remain closed and a fire ban remains in place.
During park fire ban periods, all campfire and solid fuel (wood, heat beads, charcoal, briquettes, hexamine) barbecues and stoves are prohibited, the spokesperson said.
Fireworks are not permitted in the park.
Since Thursday 39.6mm fell into the rain gauge at the Forster weather station, located at the Forster Tuncurry Marine Rescue, while 59.6mm was recorded at Nelson Bay, the nearest site to Tea Gardens.
Despite the rain level four water restrictions remain in place.
For updates on alerts and closures for Myall Lakes National Park and other national parks in NSW visit the NPWS website or phone the Manning Great Lakes area office 6591 0300.
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