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Namadgi National Park, proclaimed in 1984 and over 106,000 hectares, is partly situated in the Australian Alps. It offers some astonishing views of nature at its best and also houses the only Aboriginal rock-art sites in the high country. You can do some excellent bushwalking in this area and also some serious climbing –some peaks are over 1700 metres but don’t let yourself be surprised by sudden snowfall or extreme temperature changes. This is most likely to occur on the Bimberi and Brindabella Ranges. Canberra's water supply, the Cotter River, lies within the bounds of the park and is a protected area with restrictions on camping and walking.