Canberra is commonly referred to as the 'Bush Capital'. Our natural surroundings and nature parks, along with the many city parks and open spaces, make Canberra a very unique city.If you are looking for something to do, the 'Explore' guide has the answers.
Organised events and activities conducted on Territory Land require approval from the relevant regulatory agency.
The ACT provides a great range of camping locations, providing various levels of facilities from urban comfort to remote natural beauty.
Explore ACT parks and reserves with regularly held ranger guided walks and activities.
Find out more about the TrailRider which is available for use in the ACT's parks and nature reserves.
Browse play spaces in Canberra and find out about play space maintenance and upgrades.
Information including how to book a field and ground closures.
Recreational fishing is encouraged in the ACT and regulated by the Fisheries Act 2000.
Information about the renewal of Majura Pines.
Explore Canberra's parks and natural heritage at your own leisure.
Canberra has seven major skateparks suitable for all levels of use, with a further 12 parks offering skate features.
Find out where you can exercise for free with outdoor fitness equipment.
This 145 kilometre self-guided loop trail for walkers and touring cyclists showcases Canberra.
Find out where you can swim outdoors in the ACT.
The electric bettong buggy is now available for tours at Mulligans Flat.