COVID19

Important information for all NT Recreational Fishers – Updated June 5, 2020

 

AFANT reminds all fishers that the health of the community must come first and social distancing must be maintained while fishing with people you don not live with.  Remember, if your land based fishing spot, boat ramp or campground is busy…. move on.

If you are going fishing, you need to do the right thing and protect all Territorians by following these rules:

  • Boat fishing with friends & family, ensuring 1.5m of social distancing
  • Land based fishing with friends & family, ensuring 1.5m of social distancing
  • Camping in open NT Parks (check website)

 

 

Closed areas and travel restrictions in currently place in the NT

Biosecurity restrictions were lifted on June 5, 2020

Closed NT Parks

While most NT parks have now reopened, please note that Kakadu is an National Park (managed by the Commonwealth Government in partnership with Traditional Owners), and this park remains closed. It is anticipated Kakadu will reopen on June 19.

We recommend you check whether your destination is open before traveling at the NT Parks website.

Check Darwin Region Parks

Check Katherine Region Parks

Kakadu National Park is closed

Closed Roads

Territorian’s are used to changing road conditions. Always check road conditions at Road Report NT


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