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Australian Capital Territory Destination Information

Entirely surrounded by New South Wales, the Australian Capital Territory is the smallest self-governing internal territory in Australia and home to Canberra, the capital of Australia.

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  • Booderee National Park Visitor Information Centre

    Booderee National Park Visitor Information Centre is located on Jervis Bay Road at the entrance to Booderee National Park. The friendly staff can provide you with a range of information on Booderee National Park, local attractions, accommodation and other services. Telephone or drop in to the Visitor Information Centre to...

  • Bruce

    Bruce, between picturesque Wilmington and Quorn, lies on the Willochra Plain surrounded by the Flinders Ranges and the Horseshoe Range. Mount Remarkable, Mount Brown and Moockra Tower are among many landmarks that can be seen and explored from this 1880s settlement. Bruce has three cottages, a memorial institute and a railway station...

  • Canberra

    Discover the home of the Australian story in the nation's capital city, Canberra. This young, modern city with a population of 380,000 is home to an array of national attractions that hold and share the essence of Australia. Beyond the iconic striking 'house on the hill' otherwise known as Parliament House,...

  • Canberra and Region Visitors Centre

    Contact the Canberra and Region Visitors Centre for helpful information on the region. Find out what is happening in the nation's capital during your stay. The friendly staff and volunteers can answer all your questions. Get pointed in the right direction with maps. Learn about Canberra's attractions and all the...

  • Canberra International Airport

    Canberra Airport services over three million passengers a year through Qantas and Virgin Australia. With over 11 destinations across Australia and direct jet services to every state and territory capital, the national capital is very well connected for both domestic and international travellers. The Airport is located less than 10...

  • Gundaroo

    The beautifully-preserved village of Gundaroo is a popular place for visitors. Lying in a fertile valley with rich grazing land on the upper reaches of the Yass River, Gundaroo retains all the elements of a typical 19th century Australian township. Gundaroo's major attractions are a number of historic buildings still...

  • Jervis Bay

    The Southern Peninsula of Jervis Bay is home to the beautiful Booderee National Park and Botanic Gardens. Jervis Bay is one of the true gems of the New South Wales southeast region. Its breathtaking beauty, rich cultural and natural significance have long been recognised by locals as well as domestic...

  • Monash

    Monash is home to one of South Australia's favourite family destinations - Monash Adventure Park. This delightful, modern playground includes leaning towers, gigantic swings and a maze for the whole family to explore. There are also free barbecues and plenty of shady areas set among a meandering little 'creek'. Opposite the...

  • Palmerston

    Palmerston is a dynamic city offering all modern facilities and a great base from which to explore the Darwin region. Palmerston is located just 22 kilometres (or a short 25 minute drive) from the centre of Darwin and has a population of 25,000. Palmerston is the site of the Australian...

  • Red Hill and Main Ridge

    Tucked into the Mornington Peninsula hinterland, Red Hill and Main Ridge comprise a compact micro region that sustains sumptuous vineyards, restaurants, food stores, artisan producers and orchards. Criss-crossing through Red Hill's gum tree-lined lanes and gentle rolling hillsides laced with vines and olive groves leads to encounters with local winemakers and...

  • Theodore

    Theodore is located on the Dawson River 105 kilometres south west of Biloela. The first settlers came to the district in the early 1850’s and took up pastoral holdings such as sheep and cattle runs. The township had its beginnings in 1922 when legislation was passed for the establishment of a...

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