Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve is located on the fringes of the Namadgi National Park and is a 54.5 square kilometer of protected area. This nature reserve is only a short drive away from the capital city of Australia, Canberra. The Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve offers an amazing viewing of wildlife along with a spectacular bushwalking experience. There are also lots of excellent BBQ spots and a fun area for kids on the Discovery Playground. The nature reserve supports a broad range of wildlife and is home to fourteen protected habitats which include wetlands, woodlands, grasslands, sub alpine areas, wet and dry forests and lots more.
Through its Southern Brush Tailed Rock Wallaby program, the Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve is considered a leader in wildlife reproductive biology. Other programs of wildlife conservation efforts in this reserve include efforts on macropod species such as potoroos and the endangered Northern Corroboree Frog. A fully equipped veterinary surgery centre along with an Animal Breeding Centre are key factors in the success of these programs. The Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve is an ideal tour destination for school groups and families as well as visitors from all over the globe. There are lots of activities including bushwalking trails, cycling trails, scenic driving facilities and overnight discovery tours.
Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve Canberra
Address: Tidbinbilla Ring Rd, Paddys River ACT 2620
Area: 54.5 km²
Phone: (02) 6205 1233