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Namadgi National Park

Namadgi National Park Visitor Centre, Naas Rd, Paddys River ACT 2620, Australia

Introduction of Namadgi National Park

Namadgi National Park is located in Namagrange (Namadgi Ranges), south of the capital territory of Canberra, about 35 kilometers by car from the city of Canberra. Namadgi National Park covers an area of about 105900 hectares (1059 square kilometers) and is covered by snow for most of the year. The renovated, Namadgi National Park of the local government has been officially opened to the outside world, and various wildlife in the garden, as well as some historical sites of nature, have been protected as a result. Namadgi National Park contains more than 222 recorded fauna of vertebrates. There are also many undocumented or endangered fauna. For example, the "carnival" frogs in the north, a family of frogs facing extinction in the world, currently live only in swamps and mud ponds in the middle and lower parts of Namaghi, range. A large number of wild plants also exist in Namadgi National Park. Although low forest areas cover much of Namadgi National Park, plants that survive in low altitude areas, such as large areas of broad-leaved forests, and plants that survive at high altitudes, such as snow rubber trees, are still visible in the park. At the same time, Namadgi National Park also reveals the secret of the origin of history and culture in the region through many cultural relics of nature. Archaeologists have amassed evidence that Australians lived in the area about 21000 years ago, when the snow-capped. Namadgi National Park also provided visitors with a lot of field activities and entertainment. Visitors can take part in a variety of activities in the park, including camping, picnics, rock climbing, bungee jumping, skiing, horseback riding and so on. The Namadgi National Park Visitor Center (Namadgi National Park Visitor Centre), located on Naas Rd, provides information for visitors, as well as a variety of souvenirs, books, greeting cards and more for visitors to choose from.

While visitors enjoy the beautiful scenery that nature has left us, Namadgi National Park also reminds every visitor of the following:

  • Pets are not allowed to be brought into the park in order to avoid other wild animals in the harassment garden;
  • There are no garbage bins in the garden, so please take away your garbage from each visitor.
  • Cars and motorcycles are not allowed into the garden;
  • Love the grass and wood of nature.

Five experiences with Namadgi National Park:

  • Outdoor adventures: (Yerrabi Walking Track) enters the rugged Bingbury wilderness along the Yalabee walkway. Here, you can see some of the most primitive ecosystems. Square rock (Square Rock) hiking is covered with eucalyptus sparsely and alpine eucalyptus, tree shadow swaying, worth a visit. Or follow Namaghi forest protectors, experience the ever-changing charm of mountain forests. Ride on the fire-proof path to the east of the Old Bobo-smoke Highway or on the National double-centenary track, (National Bicentennial Horse Trail). Or ride a mountain bike on these fireproof trails, and then go camping in the jungle. There are also surging adrenaline stimuli to climb or swim rope down marble rocks, glide, skydiving, cave adventures and canyons drifting. In winter, you can ski cross-country at (Mount Franklin) and (Moun Gingera) in Mount Franklin, and then spend the night in Priel house (Pryor's Hut).
  • Indigenous culture: visit ancient encampments and fragments of stone and animal bones left over from the last glacier age of the Nguunahua people. Then visit the ancient quarry, where the Nguunahua used to make stone tools. Walk along the Yankees Hat path, (Yankee Hat Walking Track), and visit the rock-painting ruins of (Yankee Hat Shelter), the Yankees' house shelter. Visit the Nguunahua people to catch nut-like bogonmoths in (Mount Kelly), Mount Kaili. Next go to the (Mount Namadgi) peak of Mount Namaghi to watch the sacrificial stone array. Guided by tour guides, tour of the Nguunahua residence, Namaghi has more than 50 such sites. The nearby Perrigo time path (Birrigai Time Trail) will take you to the oldest indigenous site in the state, the 21,000-year-old Berrigo Rock Shelter, (Birrigai Rock Shelter). Here you can visit the place where the indigenous tribes gather to catch the Bogon cave of the bogonmoths and where young aboriginal men hold sacred mitzations-(Tidbinbilla Mountain)., Tibbinbila
  • History: valleys and slopes where herders kept cattle and sheep in ancient times are now the world of emus and kangaroos. Through the 1830s fences, yards, house, and manors left behind in the vast valleys where they settled, you can discern the mottled traces of their history. Then he went to (Gudgenby), to visit the (Kiandra) gold trail that gold prospectors had traveled in the 1860s. The Aurora Heritage Walk (Orroral Heritage Walking Track) connects the Apollo Space tracking Station between (Orroral Valley) in Aurora Valley and (Honeysuckle Creek) in honeysuckle Creek, and is also aware of the vicissitudes of history on foot. Honeysuckle Creek was the first place on Earth to receive images of Neil Armstrong (Neil Armstrong) 's lunar walk. Watch a souvenir exhibition at (Deep Space Communication Complex), the space communications complex in (Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve), a nearby Tibberra Nature Reserve, to learn more about Australia's exploration of space.
  • Wildlife: trekking through the (Naas Valley) of Nash Valley to house, Happy Creek, (Horse Gully Hut Walking Track), finally arrives at Nature's Boarding House), a giant tree nesting nearly 400 species. Head to (Naas Creek), Nassi Creek, to watch the southern shellfish, a cold-resistant native fish. Plant species change from woodland and dry forests in low-lying plains to towering eucalyptus and low fern forests on hillsides. As you climb higher, you'll see kangaroos and rock kangaroos grazing comfortably in open grasslands and frosty depressions, and up there in the apical wilderness covered with Australian paper daisy. Rare broad-toothed rodents, North Night frogs and cod perch are found in the valley's saggy swamps and crest swamps. Enjoy the majestic wedge-tailed hawks across the sky, or the smaller Australian eagles hovering over the grass for food.
  • Follow the nunchaku road (Two Sticks Road) over the top of Bradbela range (Brindabella Ranges) to the (Mount Coree) summit of Mount Creek, where you can enjoy a spectacular 360-degree panorama. Or take the gentle Anne path (Annie Trail), to the abandoned camp on the (Goodradigbee River) River of the Goodra Digby River. Follow the Franklin Hill Highway (Mount Franklin Road) until Ginny (Ginini), which leads to the Ben Dora Dam (Bendora Dam), enters the road. The roads at the north end of the park, as well as the old mill roads, (Old Mill Road) and Wax Highway (Warks Road), are particularly suitable for all-wheel drive off-road vehicles. Drive to the Corem Dam (Corin Dam), to climb the steeply barricaded hill mouth of (Stockyard Spur). If you're in a camper or just trying to put up a tent, go back to the famous honeysuckle tracking station, (Honeysuckle Campground)., near the site of (Honeysuckle Tracking Station). Alternatively, camp at Aurora Camp (Orroral Campground) on the Aurora Heritage Trail, (Orroral Heritage Walking Track). If you start from Kriel Mountain Camp (Mount Clear Campground), you can set out through (Naas Valley) in the Nass Valley to (Horse Gully Hut walk) on the house Walk in Happy Creek.


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