Hello there, I assume u meant Yeranderie right? I was there late last year, quite a few of the trails along the way with the exception of a few main ones have been gated up unfortunately. I've heard the same thing about limeburners being shut but I don't know 100% about that soz as I was there cple years ago.
Im not sure if this is close enough for you but Dingo dell I would recommend that is a bit challenging in some places as there is steep ascents and descents which require low range and is quite rocky in some places, also the track would be slippery in the wet and as for the creek crossings they are reasonably easy with the exception of one that I found a little bit of challenge for me, (got hung up one one of the diffs) When I was in the area back then the water level wasn't very deep at all but remember to double check the depth to be sure.
If my memory serves me right you can bypass Limeburners on another trail if it is in fact shut but as for the name of the trail im not sure. Make sure if you travel through this area to take a axe or chainsaw with you as there can be trees blocking the tracks, (came across several myself) Hope I was of some assistance to you.