Tallaganda National Park

Highlights:
Two sections of the Great Dividing Range south-east of Canberra support a range of forest habitats, including stringybark, scribbly gum, brown barrel and peppermint forest, as well as subalpine snow gum and mountain gum forest. The area provides habitats for threatened species such as the spotted-tailed quoll, powerful owl and yellow-bellied glider.

 

Activities:
The park has no facilities but there are plenty of opportunities for bushwalking, orienteering, 4WD touring and birdwatching.

 

Access:
50 km south-east of Canberra, off the Captains Flat–Braidwood and Hoskinstown– Braidwood roads (4WD only).

 

Information for this National Park has been supplied courtesy of  The New South Wales National Parks and Wildlife Service

 

 

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