Warrabah National Park, including Muluerindie stone cabin, is open once again after multiple bushfires burnt through parts of park and forced its closure.
The National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS) announced the news on Tuesday afternoon.
NPWS area manager Aaron Simmon said Muluerindie and its surrounding area wasn't directly impacted by fire and was still an idyllic location for a bush escape with some charming comforts of home.
"Warrabah National Park is home to plenty of interesting animals, which you may encounter throughout your visit. If you're lucky you may even see a platypus splashing along the river in waterholes during the late afternoon," Mr Simmon said.
"The impressive Namoi River is currently flowing and is a great place for a swim or a lilo adventure. Disconnect from the distractions of the hustle and bustle of everyday life and reconnect with nature."
Mr Simmon said the cabin itself was "well-situated for a short escape" being located north-east of Manilla.
"Autumn is around the corner and it's an ideal time to book your stay in this impressive refurbished stone cabin," he said.
"Muluerindie is solar powered and can accommodate up to eight people in its open plan design, it has a fully equipped kitchen and a large deck overlooking the river."