Tidbinbilla offers a wide range of outstanding natural experiences. Come and discover our fantastic wildlife viewing, bushwalking in the Sanctuary wetlands or along one of our many tracks and trails, recreation for family and friends with great BBQ spots and lots of fun for kids on the Discovery Playground.
Tidbinbilla is accessible by paved paths at many popular locations including the Wetlands area, The Sanctuary, the Koala enclosure and Sheedys picnic area.
A TrailRider (all terrain wheelchair) is available for use in less accessible areas of the ACT's parks and nature reserves and is a great way for mobility-impaired visitors to get out there and enjoy all that is on offer in the bush capital. The TrailRider, presented to the ACT Government by the National Parks Association in April 2012, allows mobility-impaired visitors to explore the natural environment. Two or three 'sherpas' (not supplied) are required to guide the chair which is easy to manoeuvre, can travel on semi-rough tracks and can be easily disassembled to fit in the back of a large car. Riders will need to supply their own cycling helmet and with their sherpas are required to undertake a short induction session before venturing out.
If you would like to book the chair for use at Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve, Namadgi National Park or any other urban park give the Tidbinbilla Visitor Centre a call on 6205 1233 or for more information go to the Trailrider blog at http://trailridertales.blogspot.com.au or watch a short video about the chair at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EVyZ8FgjazY
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