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Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve Canberra 5.8 mi away
#1 of 55 Nature & Parks in Canberra
... go, what to see... perfect organised, nearby also some fun stafs to see.. if u can spare some time or better say invest it to look around and enjoy in beauties of a nature... thanx a lot for a perfect day out :)
... and we actually could see the rings in the water were a platypus was swimming across the dam.It really is a most wonderful park to observe nature, the scenery is stunning and there is just so much to see and do.
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Namadgi National Park Canberra 5.1 mi away
#8 of 55 Nature & Parks in Canberra
If you want to have easy hiking trip and have a breathtaking views from the top, Square Rocks Hiking Trail in Namadgi National Park is one of them.
From top of the mountains one can have a fantastic views of northern part of Australian Alps National Parks and Canberra city.
Booroomba Rocks Walk Canberra 7.3 mi away
#11 of 55 Nature & Parks in Canberra
Take a picnic with you and either eat it at the top - gazing at the lovely views of the mountains, or explore further in the Namadgi National Park and picnic at one of the camping sites or abandoned space tracking...
You are rewarded with marvellous views of Canberra and part of Namadgi National Park, and you may even be lucky enough to see a rock-climber on the cliffs.
Corin Forest
#1 of 3 Nature & Parks in Paddys River
The nature and wildlife you will see on your drive is second to none also!
We went for the early morning 8:30 sessions which we thought were good, the snow was fresh and there was no problem getting a park.
Lake Tuggeranong Tuggeranong 4.1 mi away
#1 of 3 Nature & Parks in Tuggeranong
Kambah District Park Kambah 4.9 mi away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Kambah
Kambah District Park is an excellent and extensive green space for local residents and visitors, with multiple ovals and other playing fields, tennis courts, bike/running tracks and barbecue areas.
we traveled more than 500 km from Victoria, i need some rest, we stop here for 30 minutes, park is clean, air is fresh, restroom just cleaned.
Mount Taylor Nature Reserve Canberra 6.2 mi away
#28 of 55 Nature & Parks in Canberra
Worth the effort, done it a dozen times on my visits to Canberra, its my go to nature fix on a visit, the morning and the evening are the most rewarding, if you are a visitor you can see a non tourist Kangaroo mos...
Gibraltar Falls
#2 of 3 Nature & Parks in Paddys River
Located in Namadgi National Park in Australian Capital Territory, 20 mins from Corin Dam.
Gibraltar falls is about 45 mins drive south of Canberra locates in a National Park.
Square Rock Trail Canberra 4.6 mi away
#43 of 55 Nature & Parks in Canberra
Pierces Creek Forest
#3 of 3 Nature & Parks in Paddys River
Point Hut Crossing Gordon 2.0 mi away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Gordon
Cotter Reserve Canberra 11.0 mi away
#7 of 55 Nature & Parks in Canberra
A great place to visit for a taste of nature, the children can play on the playground or walk along the creek and explore.
There are, of course plenty of kangaroos, and birds of differing shapes, sizes and colours throughout the park.
National Arboretum Molonglo Valley 11.9 mi away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Molonglo Valley
For nature lovers, this is a place where trees and the future are celebrated, with forest plantings springing up all over the hillsides surrounding the "village centre".
Beautiful views great coffee and a lovely playground Plenty of parking Canberra has great parks and this place is the best.
Lake Burley Griffin Canberra 12.5 mi away
#2 of 55 Nature & Parks in Canberra
If you decide walk right around you'll enjoy the Carillion (bell tower with daily recitals) and the Nerang Pool with its weeping willows and amazing Camellias, Azaleas & Rhododendrons in Commonwealth Park..
Lake Burley Griffin is the centre piece of Canberra's layout and offers many recreational activities including walking/jogging, cycling, rowing, sailing, leisure cruising, bird watching, parks, cafes, restaurants,...
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National Zoo and Aquarium Canberra 12.5 mi away
#5 of 55 Nature & Parks in Canberra
I would highly recommend the zoo for families as well as couples it is well set out and they have a very pleasant walk around the facilities from both car parks the enclosures are amazing and there is a great mixt...
Our Tour Guide Annie then greeted us and we began the tour, Annie was very knowledgeable and clearly cared about the animals and the conservation that this park provides throughout the network, of conservation par...
Weston Park Canberra 11.9 mi away
#9 of 55 Nature & Parks in Canberra
It is beautifully set up for picnics, family outings with excellent children's play area, there is a pond, and accessible paths enabling walking (and bike riding) around the entire park.
Our favourite is to park at the very end of Weston Park Road at Karrajong Point and then walk along the footpath towards West Yarralumla Peninsula and continue on to The Pond, West Lane, The Ramble and then stop o...
ANZAC Parade Walk Canberra 13.4 mi away
#3 of 55 Nature & Parks in Canberra
Spend several hours walking down the avenue to visit each of the memorials or park close by the specific memorials you wish to visit.
A stunning show of the hand made poppies of rememberance in the park.
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Australian National Botanic Gardens Canberra 13.1 mi away
#6 of 55 Nature & Parks in Canberra
The Main Track seemed very popular but for those with more specific interests there is a Eucalypt Trail, Aboriginal Plant Use trail, a Bushland Nature Walk and a walk that changes every fortnight that focuses on 1...
The park is well signed and has lots of little spots to stop and take in your surrounds as well as picnic areas, toilets, a visited centre that smells amazing and a cafe.
Commonwealth Park Canberra 12.2 mi away
#12 of 55 Nature & Parks in Canberra
Commonwealth park has the Floriade Festival every year when the park is transformed into a sea of flowers and beautiful colours.
Floriade was free except for the night activities and the flowers were displayed to perfection in the setting of Commonwealth Park.
Uriarra East Recreation Area Canberra 9.8 mi away
#46 of 55 Nature & Parks in Canberra
Old Parliament House Gardens Canberra 12.0 mi away
#17 of 55 Nature & Parks in Canberra
Floriade Canberra 12.9 mi away
#14 of 55 Nature & Parks in Canberra
It was still a beautiful display of flowers all around a huge area at Commonwealth Park, so even though there was a massive crowd, it was very enjoyable walking around the magnificent displays.
Floriade showcases one million flowers in bloom throughout Canberra's Commonwealth Park and best of all, entry is free.
Jerrabomberra Wetland Fyshwick 12.4 mi away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Fyshwick
It is indeed unfortunate that our cultural biases lead us to overlook their graceful and delicate nature.
You can approach from the Kingston side, or drive up Dairy Flat Road and park.
Black Mountain Nature Park Canberra 13.2 mi away
#13 of 55 Nature & Parks in Canberra
Lots of birds, mammals and reptiles inhabit the park, so you're bound to have a native animal encounter of some kind.
An alternative, is to park at the top, then follow the train down about 300m to where the loop track goes, then walk around and back up to your car.