Australian Capital Territory Travel Guides

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Canberra Travel Guide - Your destination overview of Canberra, Australia

Australia's capital city is located in the Australian Capital Territory. Although this modern city has a reputation for being a bit on the dull side, the millions of tourists who travel here from all over the world each year soon discover this is not the case.

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Canberra Food and Dining Guide - Restaurants, where to eat, and more

The capital city of Canberra is an excellent place to eat as just about every type of food imaginable can be found here. The restaurants here are generally reasonably priced and visitors can dine on anything from modern Australian cuisine to Italian, Thai and Chinese dishes.

Canberra Shopping Guide - Find where and what to shop and buy

Central Canberra features a number of large shopping malls, department stores, fashion boutiques and markets, making it a great place for bargain hunters. A wide range of prominent stores such as Myers and David Jones can be found here, as well as unique stores selling locally produced goods.

Canberra Sightseeing Guide - Visit notable attractions and landmarks

Built in 1913, Canberra is a very modern city and there are no ancient sights to visit. However, there is a large number of historically significant buildings and more than 30 impressive structures to explore, all located around the city's many parks and other natural beauty spots.

Canberra Travel Tips - Helpful hints and advice on local destination information

Canberra is a vibrant, multicultural capital city, and a large number of people visit from all over the world. English is the main language and is spoken throughout the city, making communication simple. Although most of the main attractions and sights can be visited on foot, the city is also blessed with an excellent public bus system.

Canberra Sightseeing Guide - Visit notable attractions and landmarks

Built in 1913, Canberra is a very modern city and there are no ancient sights to visit. However, there is a large number of historically significant buildings and more than 30 impressive structures to explore, all located around the city's many parks and other natural beauty spots.

Canberra Entertainment Guide - For fun, recreation, and relaxation

Australia's capital city has no shortage of entertainment options. People travel here from all over the world and there are plenty of places to shop, drink and dance after dark and enjoy outdoor activities such as bush walking and boating.

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