Canberra Centenary Trail, Stage 1 and a bit

Canberra Centenary Trail, Stage 1 and a bit

Sat 13th Jul 2024



Federation Stone to Horse Park Drive. Parliamentary Triangle sites and sights, Mts Ainslie and Majura views. Waggle through and under the Federal Highway overpass. Around 26km and 750vm. Probably 8 hours. Need assistance with a car shuttle. Photo | Aboriginal War Memorial behind the AWM.

Additional Information

Booking deadline

Thu 11th Jul 2024 07:00pm





Distance (km or hrs)

28km, 8 hours





Terrain information

Urban paths, Nature Reserve tracks

Transport information

Need help with an early car shuttle. Drive yourself to the Surveyors Hut carpark off State Circle at a time advertised to booked walkers

A walk or similar activity with a duration of a day or part day. No overnight gear required.

Date and Time

Start: Sat 13th Jul 2024 @ 08:00am
Approx Return: Sat 13th Jul 2024 @ 04:00pm
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