Namadgi National Park, Canberra

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#3 of 10 in Nature in Canberra
National Park · Hidden Gem · Nature / Park
Explore Namadgi National Park in the Australian Alps - a world of silent bushland, breathtaking vistas and rich Aboriginal history just a 45 minute drive from Canberra. Climb or abseil the granite outcrops, bushwalk along the Great Alpine Walk, and mountain bike, fish and 4WD. See vestiges left by Aboriginal custodians, pastoralists and gold hunters, and meet emus, kangaroos, wallabies and cockatoos in nearby Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve. Enjoy bushland, walking trails, fishing spots and ancient aboriginal camping sites. See wildlife, go abseiling, four wheel drive or mountain bike the many trails.
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  • I had the opportunity to walk the 9km track through a section of the Namadgi national park. It was a beautiful way to start the day, since this walk started early there was frost covering some tree....  more »
  • When you look at Namadgi National Park on a map, it looks to occupy most of the southern part of the ACT once out of Canberra suburbs. There are multiple entry points and a diverse range of picnic...  more »

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