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The National Museum of Australia is a mammoth showcase of Australian history dating back as far as 50,000 years.

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The Capital Region Farmers Market

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The freshness of the produce Down Under makes it a food lover’s dream come true.

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Each pavilion at Pialliago Estate offers good taste and a great view of the city and Black Mountain.

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Spend a night with the sun-bear sleeping next to you separated by a glass window at Jamala Wildlife Lodge.

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The Cupping Room

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Expect up-to-date hotels and hip interiors such as HOTEL HOTEL to hang out in.

Captivating CANBERRA

Get a taste of Australia's history and culinary arts at this capital attraction
Mar 18, 2017 5:50 AM

Canberra is young, becoming the capital of Australia in 1908 as a compromise between the nation's two largest cities, Sydney and Melbourne. With a median age of just 34, Canberrans are young, highly mobile and well educated. And even though the urban area is a respectable 814 sq km, its major

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