Canberra Nature Park

Canberra Nature Park is made up of 39 nature reserves in and around urban Canberra, with environments ranging from forested hills to some of the best examples of lowland native grassland and critically endangered Yellow Box-Red Gum Grassy Woodland left in Australia. 

From Lake Ginninderra to the Canberra Nature Park, the ACT Centenary Trail connects the Lake to Gossan Hill Nature Reserve, Aranda Bushland Reserve, Mount Painter Nature Reserve, The Pinnacle Nature Reserve, Bruce Ridge Nature Reserve, Black Mountain Nature Reserve and O’Connor Ridge Nature Reserve. The Trail also connects the National Arboretum Canberra to Lake Ginninderra and the Canberra Nature Park.

Lake Ginninderra and the Canberra Nature Park are the perfect combination of natural playground for biking, walking and running.