Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve, Australian Capital Territory

(4.8/5 based on 150+ reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • We are frequent visitors of the reserve and love walking the trails especially lyrebird, cascades and devils gap. The park area is good for kids as well and the sanctuary area. Be warned though there ...  more »
  • On the doorstep of Canberra Tidbinbilla is a nature reserve worth a visit. You don't have to be a crazy outdoors person to enjoy it either. My partner and I strolled through the nature reserve and wer...  more »
  • We camped at Woods Reserve near the Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve and enjoyed spending the night here. It was 30mins drive from Canberra CBD, but far enough away to be in the middle of nature. The camp g...  more »
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  • My favourite park. Close to home ;-) But they have good hikes with different difficulty levels, nice pick-nick areas and lots of wild animals. The best spot is Gibraltar Rocks for a nice meal (of course you have to bring some...)
  • There is something here for all ages and all accessibilities. Adventure playground and pram friendly paths close to the 'action'. Ranger guided activities most days and volunteers on the weekends to ensure you learn as much as you want about Koalas, Platypus, Brolgas, Kangaroos, Frogs, Ducks, etc.
  • Amazing, I would say it is a must, entrance is based on your car and not per person, which is good if you are traveling on a budget. Staff was really nice and friendly, be patient with the koalas, they are there, but you won't see them if you are in a rush
  • Beautiful nature park! We saw platypus wallaby, koalas, and many birds. No kangaroos. Staff were very helpful and informative. Nice trails and boardwalks for sightseeing.
  • Go to the sanctuary first. It's the most beautiful part. Then continue on a walk up a mountain :)