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Hughie Edwards VC Rest Area
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Remembrance Driveway, Majura, 2609, Australian Capital Territory, Australia

Take a short break at the Hughie Edwards VC Rest Area before heading off to you next destination, you can let the dog out for a short walk, and stretch your legs at the same time.

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FacilitiesMobile Phone Reception, Pet Friendly
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UnNamed Road, Kowen, 2620, Australian Capital Territory, Australia

Nice spot to let the kids have some fun on the playground while your using the undercover BBQ area, and it's also just a short walk to the Molongo River to try your luck catching dinner.

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FacilitiesAmenities Block, BBQ, Playground, Creek Water Available, Fishing, Pet Friendly
Paddys River Rest Area
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Paddys River Road, Paddys River, 2620, Australian Capital Territory, Australia

The Paddys River Rest Area is a large asphalt area with no shade but there is room to park your camper here to take a break from driving. When your here you might as well get out of your vehicle and stretch your legs, and take a short walk around the car ...
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FacilitiesBBQ, Playground, Creek Water Available, Fishing, Pet Friendly

Can I Camp Overnight in a Rest Area?


The answer is generally, NO.
These rest areas have been set aside on main arterial roads, so you can take a short break from driving when your feeling tired.
They are a place to freshen up a bit, before safely continuing on with your journey.

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A.C.T. Free Camping, Caravan Parks, Visitor Centres, and Sightseeing


Australia is blessed with many free camping locations across the nation.
Unfortunately, the Australian Capital Territory is really lacking in free camping locations;
However, the A.C.T. does cater for the travelling visitor, reasonably well.
You will find a few caravan parks from which you can set up a base camp, and explore the A.C.T. and surrounding area.
It's also a good idea to pop into a Visitor Centre, to gain an insight into what places are worthy of spending some time.
We only have a few Rest Areas listed, but I'm sure there are others that we don't have in our database.

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You can add it yourself, or ask the admin to do it for you.
This way we an share Australia with those willing to go and explore it.