Online Price: $97AUD
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WHY CHOOSE THIS Sightseeing Day Tour?

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Explore Tidbinbilla Wildlife Natural Reserve and its native species

Wander through well-preserved landscapes watching the day-to-day chores of the cute and furry koalas, wallabies and come across other native species on an exciting guided walk.

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Bike ride with the Australia’s most famous animals

Ride on a well-maintained electric bike through the nature reserve to the vast grasslands where you will come across herds of kangaroos grazing on marvellous mountain ranges in the background.

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Spend ample time at NASA Deep Space Communication Centre

Know about the technology by which NASA Communication Centre tracks down inner cosmos spacecrafts and also get fascinated by the state-of-the-art equipments used.

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4hr 30min small-group guided tour of Tidbinbilla Wildlife nature reserve

Experience the lush landscape and diverse wildlife of the nature reserve. Know about the history and uniqueness of native animals as well as about the Aboriginals from the seasoned guide.

Located in the mesmerising valley, the Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve tour takes you on a guided walk to catch sight of native species like kangaroos, wallabies, emus, platypus, koalas and echidnas in their natural atmosphere. 

Get on an electric bike for a scenic 5km ride through the lively nature reserve along the grazing potoroos (mini kangaroos).

This 4.5-hour tour of the nature reserve lets you take in the natural ambience of Canberra along with knowledge lended out by the well-versed guide who accompanies you throughout the tour. Get enthralled by the diverse wildlife and significance of the region. As you stroll around the park come across endangered species like the brush tailed rock wallaby, Northern corroboree frog etc.

Visit Deep Space Communication Centre by NASA and learn about the ways in which our solar system is explored for any kind of extraterrestrial life form.

Book this amazing guided walking tour of Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve today and experience native wildlife right in the heart of Australia’s capital city.

  • Local English speaking guide 
  • Transport to and from the park including drop-off back to your accommodation (if it is within 20km of the city centre)
  • Park entry fee
  • Electric bike and helmet hire 
  • Bottle of water
  • Free use of binoculars 
  • Local wildlife guide books
  • Use of raincoats and umbrellas if needed

Operates: Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday

Departure/Pickup Location: Parkes Place West

Opposite the Parkes Place West red sign on Parkes Place West between the National Library and Quest

Boards: 13:15 | Departs: 13:30 | Returns: 18:00

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