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Canberra

 

Discover the home of the Australian story in Canberra, the nation's capital, where national attractions and hidden gems deliver an array of unexpected delights.

Wander through world class galleries and museums which offer major exhibitions and activities for all ages. Must see places include Parliament House, the National Museum of Australia, the Australian War Memorial, the National Library and the National Art Gallery.

Indulge in local fare at the many restaurants, cafes, bars and pubs. Visit boutiques and department stores or meander through the open-air markets. Indulge further by browsing through the many wineries and sample the region's best wines.

Find out more about Canberra at visitnsw.com.

Getting to Canberra

Canberra, Australia’s capital, is located in the Australian Capital Territory, within the South East and Tablelands region of NSW. It is approximately 280 kilometres from Sydney.

The Canberra XPLORER runs three times a day from Sydney to Canberra.

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Getting around Canberra

It's easy to travel around the planned city of Canberra. Take a public bus, a taxi or a tour. Hop on the Canberra Explorer Bus which regularly stops at major attractions throughout the day. Alternatively, hire a car and drive yourself around, or hire a bike and ride along Canberra's great network of cycle paths.

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