On the outskirts of the Australian Capital Territory
Posted by Steven Skelley & Thomas Routzong
The ACT Nudist Club is located in a 14 ha natural bushland setting on the outskirts of the Australian Capital Territory, near Bungendore, NSW, about 30 minutes drive from the centre of Canberra, the capital of Australia. Our members include professional, trades and clerical people from public and private sectors and there are families, couples, single people, young and old. Our members cover the full range of body shapes and sizes so if you’re concerned about yours, then don’t worry. The wonderful thing about social nudity is that everyone is on the same level.
Most warm weekends you’ll find people in the clubhouse or around the pool. If they need to unwind after the stresses of a week in the office, our members find that there's no better way than to drive out to the club, climb out of the car—and their clothes—and leave it all behind. If the weather’s cool we have a slow combustion heater to warm the clubhouse, a wood fired sauna and wood fired pizza oven. We have regular social activities.
The club is affiliated with the Australian Naturist Federation and the International Naturist Federation, which gives access to a range of clubs and resorts around Australia and internationally. We welcome visitors from other ANF/INF affiliated clubs and nudist travellers.
For more information, visit ACT Nudist Club
When choosing a nude cruise, resort or vacation, remember that there are three types of nude experiences - nudism, naturism and hedonism.
*Nudism is simply the enjoyment of the freedom of being nude.
*Naturism is an embracing of a holistic/natural (and naturally nude) life.
*Hedonism (also called Lifestyle) is a search for multiple sexual experiences in a nude environment.
Choose your destination according to your own beliefs and preferences.
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