Closed Tracks (Vic) as of 3rd Feb

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Fire Information as of 3rd Feb

http://www.parkweb.vic.gov.au/1process_content.cfm?main=9&page=2

Grampians National Park
The Mt. Lubra fire has been declared contained and as a result some roads, walks and campground are now re-opened. Visitors are advised to exercise caution.

The following areas within the Grampians National Park are now open to the public:

Northern Grampians
- All walks, roads and camping grounds north of Roses Gap Road

Southern Grampians
- Mt Sturgeon and Piccaninny Walks

Central Grampians
- Fyans Creek Loop

Due to road closures, access to these sites is not available via Grampians Tourist Road (excluding access to Piccaninny Walk from Dunkeld) and Mt Victory Road .For up to date information on road closures please contact VicRoads on 13 11 74

Moondarra State Park (and Tyers Regional Park)
The parks are still closed due to the Moondarra fire as works are still continuing on fire control and rehabilitation. Access roads into these parks were affected by the fire and until a full assessment of risks to the public has been undertaken they will remain closed.
Facilities within the park are undamaged however Seninis Campground will remain closed until further notice

Mount Eccles National Park
The park remains closed to visitors until further notice.

Brisbane Ranges National Park (and Steiglitz Historic Park)[/
Fire has burned approximately 7000 hectares. This fire has now been contained. The park is closed until further notice.

Baw Baw National Park
The Baw Baw National Park was not affected by the fire and as access roads to the park have now been re-opened visitors can safely return.

Kinglake National Park
This 1,600 ha fire is contained. The park is closed until further notice.

Please visit www.dse.vic.gov.au/fires for comprehensive bushfire information.

To hear updates about significant fires;
* Stay tuned to your local ABC radio station
* Call the Victorian Bushfire Information Line on 1800 240 667 (free call).
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