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Welcome to Namadgi National Park. Named after the Aboriginal word for the mountain ranges in the south-west of the Australian Capital Territory (ACT), Namadgi National Park was declared in 1984. The park covers over 106,095 hectares of the ACT and...more
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Namadgi is at the northernmost end the Australian Alps National Parks system, and occurs in the A.C.T. It includes various environments, e.g. grassy valleys, wetlands, tall eucalypt forests, high-altitude low woodlands and herbfields. There are various level walking tracks (easy to difficult) of different duration....More
Close to Canberra, great place for a first date - though some would argue waiting until the third date is standard as it's a little out of the way and wet weather can ruin the occasion.
Best experience had if you enter through the exit...More
Great walk for those with a bit of stamina. Views from the top near the old observatory are wonderful. You are provided with a great perspective on man’s and nature’s relative architectural ability. Wear good shoes as the terrain can be a bit slippy.
What we love about this park is that it’s within 1hrs driving distance from the heart of Canberra. We love taking visitors here as they get to see a very different landscape with open spaces, boulders to walk around, hiking trails and of course the...More
Back in my early 20s I regularly used to camp in Namadgi National Park, and for the first time in almost 20 years I passed through Namadgi twice in the past week.
At the northern end is the visitors centre with plenty of information what...More
This will get your heart pumping even if you are super fit. Travelling to Namadgi Visitors Centre where you may be 'lucky' enough to meet Spencer. A very cranky python who sleeps a lot!
From the Visitors Centre you commence the walk up to the...More
Yes, yes ... it has no shops. And yes there are dirt roads so you will need to wash your car after you venture through it. And you may need to pull over and pee in the bush. But it's a national park for goodness...More
Response from NamadgiNationalPark | Property representative |
Sorry, there is no public transport available at this stage. If you are able to drive out, it is a pretty straight forward road. If you contact the Canberra Regional Visitor Centre (Google them) they may be able... More
Sorry, there is no public transport available at this stage. If you are able to drive out, it is a pretty straight forward road. If you contact the Canberra Regional Visitor Centre (Google them) they may be able to advise if there are any tour companies or individuals that can assist.