Skip to content Skip to main navigation

Lifestyle

Part of the Canberra community
for over 30 years

A new walking trail to Rendezvous Creek in Namadgi

By johnboy - 20 July 2012 5

namadgi

Territory and Municipal Services are letting us know about a new walking option in the Namadgi National Park:

The new Rendezvous Creek walking track in Namadgi National Park has been completed and is now open to the public, Manager Operations, National Parks and Catchments, ACT Parks and Conservation Service, Brett McNamara, said today.

“The gentle 3.5 kilometre loop track meanders along the banks of Rendezvous Creek, past mossy boulders into native forests and open grasslands,” Mr McNamara said.

“Rendezvous Creek walking track with its moderate grading and picturesque scenery, is a perfect afternoon out for families.

[Photo by Mark Elford – ACT Parks and Conservation Service]

What’s Your opinion?


Post a comment
Please login to post your comments, or connect with
5 Responses to
A new walking trail to Rendezvous Creek in Namadgi
poetix 9:11 pm 22 Jul 12

Gentle 3.5 km loop. That sounds like my type of bushstroll. When the weather is nicer, in December or so. Even the name of the creek sounds comfortingly like a cafe.

Jindy 3:12 pm 21 Jul 12

LSWCHP said :

Looks like a great stroll, but I’m puzzled that they’re touting wild dogs as one of the attractions.

Canis familiaris are actually listed as one of the introduced pest species that may be shot by hunters in NSW state forests under the Game Council ferall animal control scheme.

Didn’t you know, inside the parks they are all dingos, and outside the parks they are all wild dogs.

dungfungus 3:11 pm 21 Jul 12

I-filed said :

Extraordinary – an actual good news story doesn’t qualify for a ministerial announcement?

……especially in an election year.

LSWCHP 2:27 pm 21 Jul 12

Looks like a great stroll, but I’m puzzled that they’re touting wild dogs as one of the attractions.

Canis familiaris are actually listed as one of the introduced pest species that may be shot by hunters in NSW state forests under the Game Council ferall animal control scheme.

I-filed 1:44 pm 21 Jul 12

Extraordinary – an actual good news story doesn’t qualify for a ministerial announcement?

Related Articles

CBR Tweets

Sign up to our newsletter

Top
Copyright © 2017 Riot ACT Holdings Pty Ltd. All rights reserved.
www.the-riotact.com | www.b2bmagazine.com.au | www.thisiscanberra.com

Search across the site