Permit Information and Roadhouse Requirements

 

Currently, Ngaanyatjarra Council are only issuing a standard 3-day transit permit to all travelers.

There are NO EXEMPTIONS. 

 

The following roads are now open to the public:

- Abandoned Section Gunbarrel/Gunbarrel Highway

- Connie Sue Highway

- Giles Mulga Park Road

- Great Central Road

- Heather Highway

- Ngaanyatjarra Southern Road

- Sandy Blight Junction Road

*Surveyors General Corner is CLOSED to the public*

 

Ngaanyatjarra Council does NOT issue permits for the following roads:

- Anne Beadell Highway

- Gary Junction/Gary Highway

- Neale Junction

*To obtain a permit please apply through the Department of Planning, Lands and Heritage*

 

For the safety and wellbeing of the Ngaanyatjarra Community members who attend those locations, you are required to adhere to the following conditions:

   

When visiting Warburton and Warakurna Roadhouse the following conditions apply: 

  • You are required to call the Roadhouse when you arrive. 
  • You are NOT permitted to enter the Roadhouse unless you have called the Roadhouse first. 
  • When you come into phone range you are required to contact the Roadhouse to notify them of your pending arrival. 
  • Accommodation will need to be booked prior to your arrival. 
  • Contact numbers for the Roadhouses are: 
  • Warburton Roadhouse – 8956 7656 
  • Warakurna Roadhouse – 8956 7344 
  • Only ONE person from the vehicle is permitted to enter the Roadhouse at any one time. 
  • You are required to have hand sanitiser, gloves and masks in your vehicle. 
  • Gloves and masks are to be worn when requested by staff. 
  • You must stay 1.5m from any person. If you are unable to do so a mask must be worn. 
  • You must hand sanitise when entering the Warburton and Warakurna Roadhouses. 
  • You must cough or sneeze into your elbow. 
  • You are required to complete the visitor log. 

When visiting the Tjulyura Cultural & Civic Centre the following conditions apply: 

  • You must stay 1.5m from any person. A mask must be worn if this is not possible. 
  • You must hand sanitise when entering the Tjulyura Cultural & Civic Centre. 
  • You must cough or sneeze into your elbow. 
  • You are required to complete the visitor log. 

 

If you require further clarification please contact Ngaanyatjarra Council Office on 08 8950 1711. 

 

To apply for a permit please complete a permit application form: 

https://permits.ngaanyatjarra.org.au/form/lands-permit 

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