Discover Diverse Hiking Trails Around Canberra

Explore nature’s playground near Canberra. The Australian Capital Territory (ACT) might be compact, but its hiking trails pack a punch. Traverse the rugged Brindabella Ranges or find serenity along the tranquil shores of Lake Burley Griffin. Choose your adventure: discover cascading waterfalls on a Namadgi National Park day hike, navigate exciting ridgelines on a Black Mountain summit climb, or stroll through colorful wildflower meadows in springtime. All this awaits, just a short trip from Canberra’s vibrant center.

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Yerrabi-Boboyan Trig Walk (4km)

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Gudgenby Bush Walk (5km)

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Yankee Hat Walking Track (6km)

Canberra & Beyond: Nature, Culture & City Life in the ACT

Nestled within New South Wales, the Australian Capital Territory (ACT) offers a unique blend of urban energy and natural beauty. Canberra, the national capital, sits at its heart, boasting modern architecture, world-class museums and a thriving culinary scene.

Beyond the city, a network of walking and hiking trails beckons outdoor enthusiasts. Explore the rugged ranges of Namadgi National Park, just a short drive from Canberra, or discover the natural wonders surrounding charming towns like Bungendore and Hall. Whether you crave cultural immersion, a gourmet experience, or an adventure in nature, the ACT promises an unforgettable Australian experience.