This page will show all the posts under the “Canberra Walks” category. These have been some of the more popular posts over the last few years.
For the most comprehensive guide to walking in Canberra, John Evans is your man for that. Sounds like he’s going through some health issues lately, so hope you get well soon. I’ve never met John but his site is an incredible resource.
Some of the most popular walking posts over time on the site have been:
You can see a full list of the walks here.
I walked up Tidbinbilla Mountain, this would be the highest point I have been to in the ACT so far. Tidbinbilla Mountain has been on my list for a while. I knew it was going to be a solid effort and a chunk of time as well, which is not always something available. I had [&hellip
Gungaderra Grasslands is part of the bushland behind the suburb of Crace. At the moment the grass is growing quite quickly. I have previously written about Gungaderra Grasslands, it would have been one of the first Canberra Walks posts that I made. Things have definitely changed since this map was made, with the area of [&hellip
This walk took me along Jerrabomberra Creek and eventually into the Callum Brae Nature Reserve near Narrabundah. We had our car booked in for service in Fyshwick, so during the hours it was going to take I explored the surrounding areas. In the end I covered about 20km, which is probably more than I was [&hellip
Burnt Stump Hill is part of the Gooroorrayoo Nature Reserve near Mulligans Flat, Canberra. We’ve been spending a lot of time going to various parks around Canberra during the school holidays. Nico’s request was to go to the Joey Park in Throsby, so I suggested we do a walk in the area. Among a lot [&hellip
The Ground to Sky Walk can be accessed through the streets of Throsby, joining the Wetlands Walk to the hills above. Since the development of the suburb of Throsby, there has been a lot of changes in the Mulligans Flat area, with extra tracks, different entrances and some raised walkways around the place. I hadn’t [&hellip
It is an easy walk from Cotter Avenue to Cotter Bend. One of the most popular of the Canberra Walks posts has been the walk from Cotter Bend to Cotter Cave. This walk is an easy addition and can easily be done in a stroller. You may even see some emus. It had been a [&hellip
This walk combines a couple of hills in Nicholls and makes a circuit around part of the CSIRO research station. Joining Percival Hill and Harcourt Hill can be done in a circuit. In this particular version I added in Palmerville as well. I’d done all the segments before and had written about them on this [&hellip
Oakey Hill is a good, quick walk which can be reached from a number of different points. At 648m, Oakey Hill is not the biggest of hills. It’s somewhere you pass as you drive along the Tuggeranong Parkway. Despite seeing it regularly, it’s not somewhere I have been often. There are various access points, mainly [&hellip
A walk around Dunlop Grasslands before popping up Mt Rogers. The Dunlop Grasslands area is something I haven’t explored so much and I think there is still plenty of room for exploring. On this journey I had a stroller which is not particularly ideal for all of the surfaces. There are fences and gates and [&hellip
A look at Palmerville in Autumn. Canberra does leaves well. Canberra is renowned for some stunning colours in Autumn, though I must say this particular year has not been outstanding as yet. There are colours around, but still a lot of green in the trees. Driving around I’ve noticed the Palmerville Heritage Park seems to [&hellip