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Canberra is the capital city of Australia and is full of fantastic experiences for visitors. Set within leafy surrounds and natural bushland, this modern city offers a busy calendar of events and festivals, as well as stylish restaurants, bars and shops. The site of Parliament House, the High Court of Australia and numerous government departments and agencies are located in Canberra. It is also the location of the nation’s significant social and cultural institutions, such as the National Gallery of Australia and the National Museum of Australia. Grand public buildings and monuments complement the order and beauty of the city’s original design. Anyone interested in house design and architecture will find many treasures among the different embassy and consular buildings; from a Papua New Guinean longhouse to the cool and clean design of the Finnish embassy, from the grand palace-like Chinese embassy to the fortress-like American embassy, there is a cross-section of world architecture to be discovered!

Life in Canberra moves at a comfortable pace and it is an easy city to get around. The city offers all the cultural facilities and public institutions of larger cities without the traffic congestion and pollution. With both, snow and the sea both only two hours drive away, the locals have best of both worlds.  Canberra is often described as a town full of politicians and bureaucrats, but those who go there find beautiful Canberra museums and galleries clustered around lakeside parks, green hills and bushland. As well as superb parklands and thousands of hectares of natural bushland to explore, the capital boasts cool-climate, wineries, top-class restaurants, attractions for children and a full calendar of cultural and sporting events. Namadgi National Park is situated just south of Canberra in the Australian Capital Territory. The superb ridges, forests and pure rivers and waterholes of Namadgi National Park cover 40% of the territory. Bushwalkers, bird watchers, cyclists, picnickers and others seeking isolation and beauty will find plenty to occupy themselves here. The park sits on the northern end of the Australian Alps with snowfalls likely in the winter months, mainly on the higher areas of the Brindabella and Bimberi Ranges. Namadgi has a wide variety of flora and fauna and is the traditional land of local Aboriginal people.