Ginninderra Creek flows through the Australian Capital Territory and New South Wales and starts below Gungahlin at an elevation of 599m and ends at an elevation of 430m flowing into the Murrumbidgee River. The Ginninderra Creek drops around 168m over its 23.2km length.
Ginninderra Creek enters the eastern arm of Lake Ginninderra between McKellar and Giralang. It flows past the Naval Tracking Station, the Lawson Foreshore and the McKellar Foreshore, before branching out to the lake under Ginninderra Bridge.
The Lake Ginninderra Pedestrian Path connects the Eastern Arm of the Lake with the main basin. The Path follows Gundaroo Drive to the Ginninderra Bridge with easy access to McKellar, Giralang and Lawson.
Ginninderra Creek is a picturesque and natural waterway that is easily explored by Kayak.