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Canberra is a treasure house for walkers. Tracks abound on the peaks, hills and plains and along creeks, rivers and lakes. Further afield, the Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve and Namadgi National Park, both within the Australian Capital Territory, have many marked trails while their thousands of hectares of challenging bushland and mountains attract the adventurous who love working out their own routes.
Three of the walks described in this book are located at Tidbinbilla and Namadgi, but most are within the metropolitan or urban area of Australia’s capital city. They show that walkers don’t have to engage in lengthy drives to get to starting points. Rather a stimulating walk may be just down the road. Two of the more thought-provoking are in what is known variously as Civic or City Centre and take walkers on controversial public art trails.