Experience Canberra

Destination: Canberra, Australian Capital Territory

Home to around 380,000 people, Canberra is Australia’s largest inland city, one of the world’s few planned cities, and is essentially a city in a park featuring a kaleidoscope of colours and experiences that unfold in harmony with four distinct seasons.


Immerse yourself in the true nature of the native bushland that cradles the city and reveals unexpected delights among the leafy surrounds. You will discover stylish restaurants, hip bars, boutique shopping, fun kid’s activities, great outdoor recreation and a busy calendar of annual events and festivals.


The surrounding region offers cool climate wineries, historic townships, quiet, unspoiled coastlines, the lush Southern Highlands and the Australian alps. Canberra is also home to the Federal Parliament, world class research facilities, leading Australian universities and teaching institutions.


For a city of its size, it boasts a vibe that is progressive, modern, confident and bold in its outlook. Great things come in small packages with Canberra also providing Australia’s largest free Wi-Fi network coverage across twelve business districts. This enables Delegates to take advantage of this free Wi-Fi network and enjoy uninterrupted service as they move around the city.




Things to Do in Canberra:

Canberra Visitors Guide App

The Canberra Visitor Guide App is conveniently indexed for you to browse key experiences. The app is free you can install the Canberra Visitor Guide App from the Apple iTunes sort or Google Play.


Free City Bus Loop

Download Route Flyer


Canberra recently welcomed a new free City Loop bus. The bus route operates every 10 minutes from 07:00 – 19:00 – Monday to Friday.
For more information visit http://www.transport.act.gov.au/routes-and-timetables/route-101-free-city-loop



Dining Options

Fine Dining

Lantern Rooms
3 Blamey Place, Canberra


Courgette Restaurant
54 Marcus Clarke St, Canberra City


Cheap Eats

Dickson Noodle House
29 Woolley St, Dickson