Discount entry for NSW Nationals Parks
Member for Myall Lakes Stephen Bromhead has announced discounted prices on National Park Passes for customers renewing their vehicle registration online.
“This one-stop-shop design means people cannot only renew their vehicle registration, they can renew their love of nature through an easy purchase of the National Park Pass,” Mr Bromhead said.
“There are so many great National Parks throughout our community, including Booti Booti National Park and Myall Lakes National Park. This is a great opportunity for the public to access them and keep accessing them.
Environment Minister Mark Speakman said this more straight-forward approach would encourage more people to visit National Parks across the state.
“We have such great natural assets right across NSW. The NSW Government is doing its bit through discounted park entry fees to encourage everyone to visit our National Parks.
“Customers who renew their vehicle registrations online through Service NSW will be entitled to $15-off the full price of their annual national park passes,” Mr Speakman said.
An annual pass means customers only need to pay a one-off fee for vehicle access to either one or a collection of the 45 fee collecting national parks. The discount applies to two of the most popular passes – All Parks and Multi-Parks Passes.
Minister for Finance, Services and Property Dominic Perrottet highlighted that integration of a range of government services has helped facilitate discounted entry into National Parks.
“Service NSW has been a game changer by making it easier to interact with government, saving time and money – allowing more time to do fun things, like exploring our great national parks,” Mr Perrottet said.
“Whether you are renewing vehicle registration, applying for a NSW Seniors Card, or enrolling to vote, there are hundreds of transactions available 24-hours seven days per week through the www.service.nsw.gov.au website, Service NSW app, or by phoning 13 77 88.”
“Summer is the best time for anyone to visit a National Park,” Mr Bromhead said.
“I want to see more people from Myall Lakes take up this fantastic opportunity to enjoy the great outdoors and visit our national parks and reserves.”