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Namadgi National Park covers an area of around 100,000 hectares and is located in the east of Australia. Namadgi National Park extends across ACT and NSW.
Towns, villages or cities in and around Namadgi National Park include the city of Queanbeyan (show me), the city of Canberra (show me) and the village of Captains Flat (show me).
Huts within the Namadgi National Park include Bendora Hut (highlight), Brandy Flat Hut (highlight), Brayshaws Hut (highlight), Cotter Hut (highlight), Demandering Hut (highlight), Horse Gully Hut (highlight) and McKeahnies Hut (highlight).
Mountains within the Namadgi National Park include Mount Gingera (1848m | highlight), Mount Kelly (1814m | highlight), Mount Scabby (1790m | highlight), Mount Namadgi (1782m | highlight), Ginger Ale (1766m | highlight), Mount Burbidge (1730m | highlight), Mount Gudgenby (1719m | highlight), Sentry Box Mountain (1718m | highlight), Little Bimberi (1654m | highlight), Mount Franklin (1641m | highlight) and Mavis Ridge (1618m | highlight).
Namadgi National Park borders the following other reserves: Gibraltar Creek Forest, Pierces Creek State Forest, Timber Reserve, Uriarra State Forest, Bimberi Nature Reserve, Brindabella National Park, Brindabella State Conservation Area, Kosciuszko National Park, Scabby Range Nature Reserve and Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve.
Bonzle users sighted or observed the following birds in Namadgi National Park: black-fronted dotterel, brown falcon, dollarbird, little eagle, rainbow bee-eater, red-rumped parrot, restless flycatcher, rufous whistler, tree martin, wedge-tailed eagle and yellow-faced honeyeater. Is this list accurate? Are you a keen bird watcher? Have you been bird watching in Namadgi National Park? What species of birds have you seen? Contribute your knowledge by clicking here. For a comprehensive flexibound field guide to Australia's birds try Birds of Australia: Eighth Edition.
Bonzle users have said that the facilities in Namadgi National Park include bbq facilities, drinking water, lookout, picnic tables, public toilets and walking tracks. Do you know of other facilities available in Namadgi National Park? Is this list accurate? Contribute your knowledge by clicking here.
Bonzle users have reported that Namadgi National Park is a good place for abseiling, birdwatching, bouldering, bushwalking, camping, fishing, fly fishing, mountain biking, off-road motorcycling and rock climbing. Do you know of other recreational activities in Namadgi National Park? Is this list accurate? Contribute your knowledge by clicking here.
Bonzle users have reported that the following vermin (feral animals, insects and weeds) have invaded Namadgi National Park: blackberry, european wasp, european wild rabbit, feral cat, feral horse and feral pig. Do you know of other feral animals, insects and weeds that have invaded Namadgi National Park? Is this list accurate? Contribute your knowledge by clicking here.
Aggie Gap There are 42 places with pictures within Namadgi National Park: Aggie Gap, Bimberi Range, Mount Franklin, Mount Gingera, Blackfellows Gap, Leura Gap, Bendora Hut, Bendora Arboretum, Murrays Gap, Picadilly Circus, Ginini Falls, Mount Coree, Bulls Head, Wark's Camp, Cotter Hut, Mount Blundell Mine, Coronet Peak, Mount Scabby, Scabby Range, Mount Domain, Mount Kelly, Tidbinbilla Peak, Rotten Swamp, Square Rock, Tidbinbilla Range, Mount Namadgi, Camel's Hump, Big Creamy Flats, Mount Burbidge, Smokers Gap, Mount Gudgenby, Mavis Ridge, Mount Orroral, Yankee Hat, Orroral Tracking Station, Nursery Hill, Nursery Swamp, Honeysuckle Creek Tracking Station, Brayshaws Hut, Booroomba Rocks, Mount Tennent and Horse Gully Hut
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