Canberra Centenary Trail
The Centenary Trail is a 145 kilometre self-guided, non-motorised loop trail for walkers and touring cyclists that showcases Canberra and takes users on a journey between urban and rural environments past iconic sites and hidden treasures.
The Centenary Trail is divided into daily sections. You can join or leave the trail in many locations. It's designed for low intensity use by all walkers and for cyclists of moderate ability.
The Centenary Trail is either a seven day walk, averaging just over 20 kilometres per day or a three day ride, averaging just over 45 kilometres per day.
TripAdvisor Traveller RatingBased on 8 reviews
Biggest problem is walking from Watson to Northern Border Campsite: there is no road access to Northern Border Campsite and this no parking. Not feasible to finish the walk here. Finish just beyond...Read the full review on TripAdvisor
“signposted lovely hike”
nice hike that’s easily doable for most fitness levels. offers numerous lookouts and plenty of opportunities to see kangaroos up closeRead the full review on TripAdvisor
A good 3 hour walk from Hall to Forde (steady consistent pace). So close to Canberra yet sometimes I am lucky to see 1/2 dozen people when I do a 6am start. Try Forde to Hall walk and have a nice...Read the full review on TripAdvisor