Just got this in from Sec:
Like me, you will all be keen to get back to our alpine region, go fishing and splash some cash on accommodation and meals to support the communities who are so welcoming to us when we visit.
Mark at Brindabella Ski Club has put together the lists below of closed and re-opened areas of the Snowy Mountains. Please respect the instructions from National Parks and Wildlife Service about out of bounds areas. It is in the interests of our own safety to do so.
From: Brindabella Ski Club
Kosciuszko National Park Closed Areas
Sections of Kosciuszko National Park have been reopened, but areas which have been burnt or have ongoing fire suppression operations remain closed.
Areas Recently Opened:
All areas south of Mt Jagungal and east of the following roads / trails are open to the public: Khancoban – Cabramurra Rd, Alpine Way and Cascade Trail (refer to map). This includes all backcountry areas which have not been impacted by fire. Overnight camping is permitted in these areas. This includes:
Kosciuszko Road – Jindabyne to Charlotte Pass
The following areas of Kosciuszko National Park remain closed:
All areas impacted by fire and where ongoing firefighting operations are occurring.
All campgrounds between Thredbo and Khancoban
Public Roads as listed below note that for the latest updates on road closure, refer to the RMS website link to Live Traffic
Alpine Way from Thredbo to Khancoban
KNP5 (Khancoban to Cabramurra Road)
Link Road from Snowy Mountains Highway to Goat Ridge Road
Goats Ridge Road and Elliot Way
Cabramurra township – Snowy Hydro’s operational town of Cabramurra suffered significant fire damage and for safety reasons is temporarily closed
RFS and NPWS will continue to assess bushfire risk and progress opening further areas of Kosciuszko National Park when it is safe.
Beware of changing conditions
All roads, resorts and other areas may close suddenly in response to changing bushfire risk.
Current fire situation
Large fires have impacted the northern part of Kosciuszko National Park around Kiandra, Tantangara, Adaminaby and Eucumbene Cove.
Stay up-to-date with the current fire situation in your area by: visiting the Rural Fire Service website, viewing the Fires Near Me app or website listening to your local radio station, or calling NSW RFS Bushfire Information Line on 1800 679 737.
Do not enter closed areas in Kosciuszko National Park. Penalties apply for non-compliance.
For more information, contact the local NPWS office or visit the Rural Fire Service website.