General Community Facilities
Offers wildlife and natural experiences and insights into Aboriginal culture and European history. Recreational activities include ranger guided walks, walking trails, nature discovery playground, picnic & BBQs. Located at the foothills of the Australian Alps, 40 min drive from Canberra’s city centre. No dogs allowed.
Tidbinbilla offers outstanding wildlife viewing, the Sanctuary wetlands, bushwalking, great BBQ spots and fun for kids on the Discovery Playground. Come and discover Tidbinbilla and Birrigai.
Canberra's newest foodie experience has just opened amongst the picturesque mountains and rural beauty of the Tidbinbilla Valley at Cafe Tidbinbilla.
The new cafe features quality cafe style food, locally produced espresso coffee made by trained baristas and indoor and outdoor seating offering majestic views.
Healthy children's menu and cook-your-own BBQ packs available.
Quick Facts About The Region
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Wheelchair Access Yes
Disabled access Parking, Ramps, Wheelchair Access, Toilets
Accessible By Anyone
Access Fee Contact us for details
Age Ranges All ages
BBQ areas; Play Areas; Picnic Areas; Parks and Reserves; Visitors Centre;
Bushland Conservation, Bushwalking, Native Animals, Playgrounds, Walking
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