Tinderry Nature Reserve

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No visitor centresNo public transportNo wheelchair facilitiesNo campingNo caravan sitesNo accommodationNo lookoutsNo picnics or BBQsNo kiosks/cafesWalkingDogs and other domestic animals not permittedNo horse riding trailsNo cycling trailsNo car touringNo 4WD touring routesNo canoeing opportunitiesNo sailing and boatingNo fishingNo areas recommended for swimmingNo areas recommended for snorkelling/divingNo adventure recreation opportunities

The highest and most spectacular section of the Tinderry Range forms the backbone of this Southern Tablelands nature reserve. The range, characterised by huge granite monoliths and dominated by Tinderry and Tinderry Twin peaks, rises abruptly from cleared and undulating hills east of Michelago. From the highest point of Tinderry Peak it drops gradually eastward to remote sections of the Queanbeyan River, which forms the eastern boundary of the reserve.

Park map: Tinderry Nature Reserve

Local map: showing Tinderry Nature Reserve

NSW map: showing Tinderry Nature Reserve

Australia map: showing Tinderry Nature Reserve

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