Canberra Urban Adventures

Adventure and Outdoors Tours

Run by locals who know Canberra and love nature, with a little bit of adventure…on an easy to use electric bike, in a pedal kayak, or wandering with the wildlife in the local nature parks.

Canberra Urban Adventures is a family owned and operated partner of Urban Adventures – a member of the Intrepid Travel Group.


Adventure and Outdoors Tours Basic Caters for hearing impairment Caters for limited mobility Caters for vision impairment Cruises, Sailing and Water Tours Cultural and Theme Tours Family Family Friendly Half Day or Less Land - Motorised Land - Self Propelled Moderate Nature and wildlife Public Toilet Sightseeing Tours Walking and Biking Tours Water - Self Propelled



Glide into the heart of Canberra on a safe, cruisy pedal kayak for unique water views of the nation’s iconic buildings and grand vistas. Take a break at a lakeside beach, with drinks and nibbles (included in price), to soak up the serenity. Then follow the setting sun – beckoning back past the water birds, to bid the day a fond farewell.

Family Friendly


Glide around the cycle paths of Lake Burley Griffin on an easy breezy electric bike. Learn about the character of the nation’s capital and discover its nature parks and wildlife. Stop for a coffee or smoothie at a lakeside cafe. With something new to explore around every corner it is simply the best way to see Canberra…and have a bit of fun.

Family Friendly


Let the forest lined shores of western Lake Burley Griffin, its bird loving islands, sandy beaches and surrounding peaks transport you to a different world.

Gliding quietly across the lake on a cruisy kayak, with a guide to reveal the top spots and introduce you to the wildlife..…a relaxing way to explore the nature of Canberra.

Family Friendly


Welcome to the heart of a nation. Mix a gorgeous central lake and rolling parklands with iconic national buildings, epic art, and grand vistas….and you have a very good day! Add in easy to use electric bikes, cycle paths and a local guide to reveal the stories of this city and you have a really great day! Take this tour for an easy and fun way to get to know the nation’s capital.

Family Friendly


Meet koalas, wallabies and other native animals in their natural forest and wetland habitats at the spectacular Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve.

Watch for the potoroos (mini kangaroos) scurrying by your pathway, or the platypus and waterbirds swimming in the wetland ponds. Then take up the option to hop on to an electric bike for a gentle 5km glide along the quiet park road past the roos or hop back into the vehicle to drive to grassy fields encircled by the mountain scenery to say g’day to the kangaroos and their joeys.

Along the way your guide will reveal the secret lives of the animals and the rich history of the area. Call in to the nearby NASA deep space communication station searching for life out there in the universe.

Relax on the comfortable and scenic 45 minute trip to the nature reserve in the mountains near Canberra – with the convenience of being dropped back to your accommodation after the tour.

Family Friendly Non Smoking Public Toilet


If a lakeside bike ride combined with the chance to spot koalas and kangaroos sounds like your type of day, this is the tour for you! Get to know Canberra alongside a local guide for a full day of outdoor fun. Glide around Lake Burley Griffin’s scenic cycle paths on an electric bike before heading to Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve for a guided walk amongst the local wildlife — making this one unforgettable day in Canberra.

Carpark Family Friendly Non Smoking Public Toilet

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