Gundaroo Park has been affected by the current COVID-19 restrictions.
The playground has been closed and camping has been banned from March 27.
The public toilets will remain open at this stage and people are still welcome to use the Park area for dog walking, exercise etc but remember the social distancing rules and to not congregate in groups. Please use good hygiene practice if using the toilets.
Update 1 June: Camping at Gundaroo Park.
We’re expecting to reopen for short-term camping at Gundaroo Park this week (possibly as soon as Monday) but we still haven’t received the NSW Government’s formal advice and what restrictions may be in place. As soon as we have this we’ll announce it through Facebook and take the barriers down. Sorry for any confusion but we have to follow the rules.
Ron Miller Chair Gundaroo Park Land Manager Board
Unlike many other Australian villages or towns, several assets in the village, such as the Hall etc and including the Gundaroo Park are owned by the locals, not the local council.
A group of trustees are the custodians of the Gundaroo Park Trust administering the park for the community. The park offer accommodation for campers and picnic and playground areas. The park is also accessible and visible on the community-inspired ‘River Walk’ which offer visitors an opportunity to stroll from the western extremity of Rosamel Street, south to the rear of Gundaroo Park. The park itself is a wonderful venue for sports such as local cricket and soccer and the town’s popular October music festival.
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