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Namadgi National Park, Canberra

  • Australian Capital Territory, bordering Kosciuszko National Park in New South Wales. It lies to 40 kilometers which is 25 miles to southwest of Canberra. The national park protects the part of the northern end of the Australian Alps with its spectacular granite mountains. Its habitat ranges from grassy plains over the snow gum forest to alpine meadows. The fauna is also much varied, consisting of Eastern Gray Kangaroos, wallabies, wombats, magpies, Rosella and ravens which are commonly seen.



    The water catchments area of the park supplies to approximately 85% of Canberra's water. In this sub-alpine region the weather range from the cold winter nights on warm summer days, and it can change too quickly. Snow normally falls on the Bimberi and Brindabella Range during winter, and is not an uncommon throughout most of the park. The highest mountain is Bimberi Peak at 1,911 meters, which is 6270 feet, which is the highest peak in the Australian Capital Territory. The national park is classified as an IUCN Category II protected area.

    Location: 40 kilometers southwest of Canberra, Australia.

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Namadgi National Park

Australian Capital Territory, bordering Kosciuszko National Park in New South Wales. It lies to 40 kilometers which is 25 miles to southwest of Canberra. The national park protects the part of the northern end of the Australian Alps with its spectacular granite mountains. Its habitat ranges from grassy plains over the snow gum forest to alpine meadows. The fauna is also much varied, consisting of Eastern Gray Kangaroos, wallabies, wombats, magpies, Rosella and ravens which are commonly seen.



The water catchments area of the park supplies to approximately 85% of Canberra's water. In this sub-alpine region the weather range from the cold winter nights on warm summer days, and it can change too quickly. Snow normally falls on the Bimberi and Brindabella Range during winter, and is not an uncommon throughout most of the park. The highest mountain is Bimberi Peak at 1,911 meters, which is 6270 feet, which is the highest peak in the Australian Capital Territory. The national park is classified as an IUCN Category II protected area.

Location: 40 kilometers southwest of Canberra, Australia.

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