We Are OPEN! Check out Handy Tips and F&Qs when planning your trip to Wee Jasper.
CAMPFIRES: SMALL cooking/heating fires only are allowed on the Wee Jasper Reserves at present. Please extinguish fires fully before retiring for the night. Please co-operate with staff should conditions change. DO NOT put rocks around fires.
19/4/13 Hume & Hovell Walkers: Please note that from 19-21 April 2013 the track is closed from Bossawa Campsite through to Thomas Boyd Trackhead - for hazard reduction burning.
14/4/13 Please note Careys Reserves is closed - due to dangerous tree. This does not affect Careys Cave which is further down Caves Road. Also fox baits have been laid in Careys Reserve. (see below for further info on baits).
YOU DO NOT NEED TO BOOK for general camping at any of our Reserves. Scouts/Schools/Clubs etc. please book and enquire about special pricing. You also do not need to check in.
ANZAC Day 25 April - please join us for our community walk and ANZAC service. Meet at 10.15am on the Eastern (Yass) side of the Wee Jasper bridge and walk to the Wee Jasper Memorial hall, where shortly before 11.100am we will begin the service. Morning tea will be held afterwards in the hall - please bring a plate of something to share. All welcome. There will be an opportunity to lay a wreath during the ceremony if you wish to do so. If you have any war/service related memorabilia please bring it along to show at the hall.
Please note: 1080 Fox and Wild Dog baits are presently being laid on neighbouring rural properties. Dogs should be on a lead when visiting Reserves but please also take extra care to make sure dogs do not wander.
Fees and facilities for each Reserve can be found here.
NO ICE available presently at the Reserves.
Stubby Holders, Cave Books, History Books and Fishing Licences are available from our office at Billy Grace Reserves 1-3pm each day over the school holidays. Camping fees can also be paid at this time.
The road from Yass as far as Billy Grace Reserve is Now ALL SEALED!
Supplies: no fuel in Wee Jasper. Wee Jasper General Store is not open.
Pies, sausages rolls, tea, coffee etc. available at Careys Cave.
ASK AND YOU SHALL RECEIVE : You asked for it, we've got 'em. Wee Jasper Reserves Stubby Holders! Three attractive colours, bottle green, blue and black emblazoned with our Kookaburra logo and the words "I'd rather be by the Goodradigbee" (Micalong version will be available if these ones sell well). Sturdily stictched to last the years.
Thanks to Maverick Marketing & Communications for helping us get this project off the ground. Stubby Holders are $8.50 each. Pick them up from our office at Billy Grace Reserve. If you are desperate we can post you one but it will cost you $6.50 postage fee...
NEW! Wee Jasper Caves book. Available NOW - Order your copy now $15.00 plus $2.00 postage and handling or pick up from our office at Billy Grace Reserve. Maps, diagrams and information, full colours photos - of Wee Jasper's most popular wild caves. Email us to order, pay by cheque, cash (at office) or direct debit. Published by the Australian Speleological Association.
Wee Jasper history book - 'You Can't Eat Scenery, Life in Wee Jasper 1850-1970' AVAILABLE NOW! $35, great book over 300 pages, hunderd of images. Email us to order, pay by cheque, cash (at office) or direct debit. $12 p &h - it's a big book or pick up at our office.
Please limit the packaging you bring with your supplies. Your food will last longer if packed in reusable plastic containers than in its own shop packaging or plastic wrap. Also it will help reduce the rubbish load...
DO NOT PLACE RUBBISH AT the WEE JASPER TIP unless it is OPEN (Sundays 1-4pm). The Trust provides enough bins around the Reserves to deal with your rubbish or you can drop it at the Reserves Trust rubbish compound at Billy Grace Reserve or you could take it home with you and help us reduce our costs a little. Recycling options are currently limited but these will improve in the near future.