Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve is the most popular natural attraction in the ACT and can be found around a 45 minute drive south-west of the CBD. The reserve is a sanctuary for wildlife and 22 walking trails provide access through different landscapes and habitats to scenic places like Gibraltar Peak. Some areas are wheelchair accessible with boardwalks and there’s a visitor’s centre with gift shop and food available. Ranger guided walks and activities are held every weekend and during holiday periods and the Nature Discovery Playground is a haven for kids. Night tours, wetland and forest tours provide an informative insight into the local wildlife and Aboriginal culture and history. Entry fees to Tidbinbilla apply and assist with funding the breeding programs of critically endangered species and maintaining the reserve’s quality facilities.
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