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The Australian capital Territory was created to house the nations capital, and is surround by forest, farms and nature reserves.

Visit Canberra and discover its world-class food & wine scene, iconic national treasures, breathtaking attractions, festivals, national celebrations and exciting events.

With a bustling calendar of events, festivals, exhibitions and tours, Canberra is has so much to see and do.

An extensive network of parks and nature reserves are linked by walking trails and cycle ways to offer sensational recreation, exploration and rejuvenation opportunities.

Places to visit:

The Australian War Memorial - a must see for anyone wanting to understand Australian history

The National Museum of Australia, with its dedicated Aboriginal art galleries.

Tour Parliament House - open to the public every day of the year, including weekends and public holidays (except Christmas Day)

Wander a little farther to discover famous markets and galleries

Visit the Mount Ainslie Lookout to witness the amazing views over the Australian War Memorial, Anzac Parade and Parliament House

Discover Canberra’s lively food & bar scene or go further afield to discover wineries and find breathtaking picnic spots along the Murrumbidgee Corridor.


Accommodation properties are generally all within a 20 minute drive of most major attractions and dining precincts.

  • Book a relaxing getaway at a bed and breakfast
  • Find self contained apartments, hotels and motels in Canberra - choose from heritage-listed, boutique and art hotels and major chains.
  • Or if you're feeling a little more adventurous:
  • Discover well-priced central backpackers and hostel accommodation 

There are some great caravanning and camping options available in Canberra for the campers and outdoor enthusiasts

Traveling around Canberra is easy with great public transport options available.


For more information visit: visitcanberra.com.au


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