Venture into Namadgi to discover its Aboriginal heritage. Experience wonderful birdlife, picnic and camping spots and fantastic bushwalks with scenic views. Hire a Personal Locator Beacon from the Namadgi Visitor Centre if you’re going to be hiking in remote areas.
Enjoy ranger guided walks or escape into the rugged Bimberi wilderness. Horse riding and mountain biking is permitted only on designated fire trails. Campgrounds are located in pleasant bushland settings – ask at the Namadgi Visitor Centre.
Take a walk on the Bendora Arboretum heritage track through a mature conifer and deciduous forest that offers insight into the historical and natural value of the last high altitude arboretum in the region. Located on Mount Franklin Road, five kilometres from Bulls Head, the the Bendora Arboretum is now home to some of the best examples of mature conifer trees seen anywhere in the world.
Namadgi National Park is located at the northern end of the Australian Alps, 45 minutes drive from Canberra city.
Aboriginal Culture Abseiling Barbeque Birdwatching Camping Canoeing/Kayaking Carpark Disabled access available Family Hiking International Interpretive Centre Nature & Wildlife Picnic Area Public Toilet Rock Climbing Shop Walk