Discover Canberra

Go for the iconic Australian Transplant Games, stay for the amazing Canberra experience.

The small-yet-mighty capital of Canberra is a city that punches far above its weight. Well-known museums and historical sites are just the beginning. Dig a little deeper to find bustling brewpubs, hidden gems, quiet nature and family-friendly attractions. Head just outside the city to relax and unwind in a scenic cool-climate wine region that produces some stellar drops.

Looking to expand your mind? Canberra is home to 12 of Australia’s most iconic museums and galleries, including the National Gallery of Australia which is home to the largest collection of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art.

Maybe you need a break after competing. Within 35 minutes’ drive of the city, Canberra’s wine region boasts 140 vineyards including 40 wineries. A little closer to home Canberra’s CBD is a foodie’s paradise. Whether you’re after family-friendly restaurants, sweet delights, cosy local cafes, exceptional coffee or fine dining, Canberra has a place for everyone.

We’re so lucky to be visiting Canberra during the world-renowned flower festival, Floriade. Held annually in Canberra’s Commonwealth Park on the shores of Lake Burley Griffin, Floriade is a free flower and entertainment festival. Featuring Insta-worthy floral displays, horticultural workshops, live music, a popular market, plus the region’s best food and wine, no spring is complete without a trip to Floriade.

Click on the pictures below to discover more about some of Canberra’s top attractions.

If you want to make the most of your trip to Canberra, the Visit Canberra website is the place to go.

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