The Canberra area has a human history dating back over 30,000 years.

It is Australia’s Capital City, a unique city that feels like a ‘big country town’.

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Canberra is home to many ‘must-see’ national attractions. The Australian War Memorial, Questacon National Science & Technology Centre, The National Gallery, The Australian Mint and much more.

Things To Do

We know Canberra as the Bush Capital and with good reason. There are many parks, gardens and bush tracks to explore.

Hire a bike, get about on a Segway, take a boat tour on the lake.

How about a winery tour? or a Brewery tour? Canberra has something for everyone.

Walks in the ACT

There are many places to walk in the Australian Capital Territory. One place to look for ideas is on the CanHike (Canberra Hiking) Walking Group Calendar.

A popular challenge is to take on a section of the Centenary Trail that circumnavigates the city. (See the video below.)

A teriffic video by Dave Fanner that shows some of the City and surounding trails. Surounding the city is the Centenary Trail, a 145km marked route that can be walked in sections. 

This video will give you a sense of what you might find when you visit the national capital for the Aussie Peace Walk.

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