PARTS of the fire-ravaged Warrumbungle National Park will reopen to visitors by Easter.
National Parks and Wildlife Service area manager Mark Fosdick said hard work from staff meant the partial opening of the park had come earlier than expected.
More than 90 per cent of the park was affected by the January fire.
"The open areas are restricted to White Gum Lookout and the Wambelong picnic area only," Mr Fosdick said.
"They are the only parts of the park deemed safe enough for visitors at this time. People are welcome to bring a picnic and take a look at the immediate surroundings, but all other walking tracks, camp grounds and lookouts are strictly off limits and remain closed due to safety."
The lookout and picnic area will reopen on Good Friday.
"We also ask that people take care, remembering the fragile landscape and wildlife are recovering from a traumatic event," Mr Fosdick said.