Namadgi National Park, ACT

Date(s) - 26 Sep 2020 until 2 Oct 2020


  • Grade 3 Medium
  • Leader: Deb
  • Phone: 0410047884 before 8pm
  • Participant numbers:Up to 10
  • Final booking date: Friday 18th September

Namadgi National Park is a protected area in the south-west of the Australian Capital Territory, bordering Kosciuszko National Park in New South Wales. It lies approximately 40 kilometres southwest of Canberra, and makes up approximately 46% of the ACT’s land area.  Namadgi NP, has 160 kilometres of marked walking tracks, remote wilderness, a wide range of natural environments, an abundance of native wildlife, and Aboriginal and European cultural sites and this makes it ideal for day walks.

Our first 3 nights will be at Mt Clear Campground (bookings needed and small cost involved), which will give us access to walks like – Mt Clear Summit, Demandering Hut and Horse Gully Hut and Settlers Track.

Then we will move to Woods Reserve (bookings needed and small cost involved) for access to walks like – Stockyard Spur and Pryors Hut, Square Rock and Gibraltar Peak and Gibralter Falls.

You will need to be self sufficient, campgrounds have toilets and fire pits, but you will need to bring your own wood for fires and water, as there is none available. And all rubbish needs to be taken with us.