There is a wetland nature reserve near the centre of Canberra where people come to study threatened bird species and help conserve our habitat
Harry and Kathleen Berg’s IML adventure started in 1990. Since then Harry has completed 100 events and Kathleen 98 IML walking events
A perfect example of walking for peace. Operation Flinders gives young people something that is lacking in their ‘normal’ life.
Entries now open for the 2021 Rotary Aussie Peace Walk. Entrants are encoraged to represent a country and add colour and culture to the event
The 30th Canberra Two-Day Walk will become the inaugural Rotary Aussie Peace Walk in 2021. This is the story of how it all began.
Don’t miss a twilight walking tour of Mulligans Flat. Search for endangered species like the Eastern Bettong and the Bush-stone Curlew
Three common hiking injuries you can prevent. Avoid shin splints, avoid knee injuries, and stop blisters that can occur when walking.
From Nara Peace Park on the shores of Lake Burley Griffin, we followed the route planned for the Sunday 24km peace walk.
A quick and tasty salmon recipe with a Middle Eastern zing. It will take 35-40 minutes to prepare but it is worth every delicious bite.
When bushwalking in the wilderness, you must aim to leave no trace. How to conserve our natural environment when walking in the bush.
Australia’s national attractions are a must-see when in Canberra. Each attraction offers unique experiences for all ages.
Guided tours are also available at most attractions.
A visit to Parliament House is fascinating, not only because of the stunning building but because of the accessibility of seeing democracy in action.
Discover Canberra’s many Galleries and Museums. From the National icons to the smaller galleries, you’ll be spoilt for choice. And don’t forget the fabulous collection of art by our war artists at the Australian War Memorial.
Questacon, the National Science and Technology Centre, is a world-class hands-on science centre. A ‘must-see’ for adults and kids alike.
The National Library of Australia is the country’s largest reference library. It houses a collection that includes printed matter and many fascinating objects.
The National Museum of Australia on Acton Peninsular, directly across the lake from the World Peace Bell, is another place that will take at least half a day to walk through.
Canberra Reptile Zoo, Canberra’s Walk-In Aviary and the National Zoo and Aquarium are all great places to visit for the nature lovers.
Let’s not forget Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve, south of Canberra, if you have time for a drive out of the city.
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