Welcome to Muogamarra Nature Reserve

Muogamarra means to keep in reserve for future use in the Aboriginal language of the Wiradhuri. It was dedicated as a Nature Reserve in 1967 and is open to the public for educational activities on limited weekends per year.

In the event of an emergency, or if the park is closing and you’re still in the park, we’ll need to get in contact with you.

Please provide some information by completing the form.


Helpful hints when visiting Muogamarra

  • Closing time – Muogamarra Nature Reserve closes promptly at 4.30 pm daily.
  • If you’re locked in – in the event that the park closes, you’re locked in and we’re required to return to open the gate, a $50 late gate opening fee will apply
  • Protecting this reserve - please help us to conserve this area for the future by:
    • Having gas fires only and observing Total Fire Bans
    • Taking your rubbish with you
    • Not picking wildflowers (a picked flower won’t produce seeds)
    • Keeping your domestic animals at home
    • Keeping to tracks and trails to prevent erosion and disturbance

Nature Reserves are places of special scientific significance, only open to the public for scientific research or education.


Complete Muogamarra Nature Reserve form

Muogamarra means to keep in reserve for future use in the Aboriginal language of the Wiradhuri. It was dedicated as a Nature Reserve in 1967 and is open to the public for educational activities on limited weekends per year.

In the event of an emergency, or if the park is closing and you’re still in the park, we’ll need to get in contact with you.

Please provide some information by completing the form.


Helpful hints when visiting Muogamarra

  • Closing time – Muogamarra Nature Reserve closes promptly at 4.30 pm daily.
  • If you’re locked in – in the event that the park closes, you’re locked in and we’re required to return to open the gate, a $50 late gate opening fee will apply
  • Protecting this reserve - please help us to conserve this area for the future by:
    • Having gas fires only and observing Total Fire Bans
    • Taking your rubbish with you
    • Not picking wildflowers (a picked flower won’t produce seeds)
    • Keeping your domestic animals at home
    • Keeping to tracks and trails to prevent erosion and disturbance

Nature Reserves are places of special scientific significance, only open to the public for scientific research or education.


Complete Muogamarra Nature Reserve form