This walk begins at Mountain Ck Car park within Tidbinbilla nature Reserve. The track is a fire trail, Quite steep at first then becoming moderate until 'Camels Back' (signed) beyond this a 500 mtr, unmarked but quite well defined track will lead you to the summit. The veiws of Canberra and surrounds from this last section are spectacular. Well worth the $10 reserve entrance fee (unless you get there between 730 and 9 am.
This walk starts at Tidbinbilla Visitors Centre, heading toward Birrigai and up to Eliza Saddle then onto the peak, which is an amazing granite formation offering spectacular veiws over the ACT. return to Eliza Saddle and decend to Dalsetta, then enjoy a meandering strole back to the visitors centre via Sheedys Picnic area and Congwarra trail.
Great walk to a beautiful hut, great for overnight (bring a a tent, not recommended to use huts except in emergency). Can also walk in/out via Caloola Farm, 6kms. Very cold in winter!
Walk along Naas River. Info posts along the way. All on fire trail. Also goes past Demandering Hut. Both huts are in good condition, recommended to take a tent though & avoid staying in the huts except in case of emergency. Most Namadgi huts have basic supplies - matches, info, wood etc.
From the Cascade Trail Head (3km West of Thredbo Village)Head 5km up Dead Horse Track to Eagles Nest Cafe (Top of Chair lift) Nice spot for a cuppa and some brunch, then follow 'Merritts nature trail' down, until it joins up with 'Meadows nature trail' which will join up with the 'river walk' then the final 3kms along Dead horse track back to your car...
This short but steep return walk starts from the round Mountain trail head on the Khancoban-Cabramurra rd (closed June-October)Walk 1.5 km to the Farm Ridge Junction, then descend 500m to Round Mountain Hut, which was restored folling the 2003 bushfires.
This short walk has a great range of scenery, making it a great choice if you have only a short time in this National Park. This track one of two ways to access America Bay - the other is by boat. The track cuts straight through the bush from West Head Rd to pass historic Aboriginal engravings and a large cliff with a small waterfall, which also gives an impressive view of the bay.
This was my first solo walk, under the strick instructions of my family i was to make sure i didnt do something too hard if i was going to be doing this myself... I really enjoyed this, as there was not much water supplies i ahd to carry alot of water making my full pack about 17kgs. I did plan to do this walk in 4 days. Angoruie to Brooms head, Brooms head to illaroo and then back, however as i was by myself i powered through and did 36km each day, silly me got huge blisters and had to turn back in the morning otherwise i wouldve kept going.
Great beach walk, nice and easy.