Are you visiting Australian Capital Territory?
Here are some highlights for your travel
The Australian Capital Territory, the ‘Heart of the Nation’, is the economical, cultural and political nerve centre of Australia. It is an area of remarkable diversity and beauty, its landscapes ranging from the cosmopolitan Canberry Plains, the site of the nation’s capital, to the majestic alpine mountains of the Great Australian Alps. The northern and eastern districts are generally plains and grazing lands, and the bulk of the western and southern districts consist of broken mountainous terrain frequently capped with snow during the winter months.
Mount McKeahnie is situated in the northern part of Gudgenby Nature Reserve. The Tidbindilla Nature Reserve is situated in Tidbinbilla Valley 40 kilometres south-west of Canberra, with more than 5000 hectares set aside for development into a nature reserve. The reserve features an information centre, picnic facilities and several walking trails. The Tidbinbilla Deep Space Tracking Station is one of the three space stations in the ACT, it features spacecraft and antenna models, photographic records, commentaries and audio-visual presentations.
Dont miss out Canberra on your visit
Canberra is Australia’s national capital, located 306 kilometres south-west of Sydney. It is a spacious, modern city which has many park-like areas centred around Lake Burley Griffin. Surrounded by gentle, rolling hills, the city blends stately buildings with a superb bushland setting.
You can visit the Parliament House while you are in Canberra and walk along the Anzac Parade too. Other scenic attractions of Canberra include the Captain Cook Memorial, the Carillon and the Regatta Point Planning Exhibition. You can also visit one of the most notable place in Canberra; the Prime Minister’s Lodge.
What is the best way to travel?
There are many options to travel in Australia, and one of the best way is on the road. You get to see so many things while you are on the road, stop over and enjoy the sceneries, explore the local cuisines, see wild animals and meet the locals. Since you are not bond to strict schedules, driving on your own motorhome, campervan or even a car is a cheaper option. You have all in one accommodation and transport at ease. You get to save more on expensive accommodation where you can spend it more on tours and activities. Plus, you are free to decide where you want to go and when you like to be there.