Yerrabi-Boboyan Trig
  • Length: 4km

  • Duration: 2hrs

  • Grade: 3

  • Style: Return

  • Start: Namadgi NP Car Park

  • End: Namadgi NP Car Park

  • Closest Town: Tharwa

  • Location: Namadgi National Park

  • Distance from state capital: 41km

  • State: ACT

  • Latitude: -35.530904

  • Longitude: 149.066054

Summary

A walk with great variety—dry and wet forest, swampy grassland, Black Sallee woodlands, granite formations and wildflowers. See the zone of contact of sedimentary and granite rocks. Enjoy magnificent views of the Bimberi Wilderness.

Getting there

A walk with great variety—dry and wet forest, swampy grassland, Black Sallee woodlands, granite formations and wildflowers. See the zone of contact of sedimentary and granite rocks. Enjoy magnificent views of the Bimberi Wilderness.

About the region

Namadgi National Park

With remote wilderness experiences, a wide range of natural environments, an abundance of native wildlife, and Aboriginal and European cultural sites, there are many reasons to visit Namadgi National Park. Namadgi covers 106,095 hectares, with 160 kilometres of marked walking tracks. Visit the Namadgi Visitor Centre to get expert advice and see displays and audiovisuals. The Visitor’s Centre is open 9 am to 4 pm on weekdays and 9 am to 4.30 pm on weekends and public holidays. It is closed Christmas Day.

Walking is a great way to explore Namadgi National Park, with 160 kilometres of walking trails to explore the park.

The following table outlines some of the popular walks within the park. Click on the name of the trail to load a trail guide.

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Notes on the park’s 160 kilometres of marked walking tracks can be found in the Namadgi Map and Guide, available at the Namadgi Visitor Centre shop and the Canberra Regional Visitor Centre for $4.50.


For more information, a location map and facilities please visit the ACT Government Information Portal.