Parks and Wildlife forced to close Avon Valley National Park for third time this summer

Bush at lot 971 Creaney Drive in Kingsley.
Bush at lot 971 Creaney Drive in Kingsley.

FOR the third time this summer, the Department of Parks and Wildlife was forced to close Avon Valley National Park.

The park was closed on Saturday and reopened on Monday because of the Bureau of Meteorology’s fire danger rating.

The department also closed Serpentine National Park on Sunday before reopening it the following day.

To find out what the fire danger rating means to you, visit www.dfes.wa.gov.au or call 9323 9300 during office hours.

Check the rating for your area by visiting www.bom.gov.au or call 1300 659 213.