Canberra Australian Travel Map

Full Interactive Canberra Australian Travel Map

Canberra is a well laid out, planned and organised city. It is located in the Australian Capital Territory (ACT). The Canberra Australian Travel Map shows the two main features of Canberra for the visitor – the Downtown area at the top of the map and the Parliamentary Triangle in the south running from Capital Hill to Parkes and Reconciliation Place.

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Canberra Australian Travel Map

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The Houses of Parliament: Located on Capital Hill in the lower circle at the head of the Parliamentary Triangle.

The Australian War Memorial and Museum: Well worth visiting, this is located off to the left of the Upper Circle of Canberra City Downtown at the end of Anzac Way near the Reid Oval.

Mount Ainslie: Great Views out over the City: Look in the top right hand corner of the Canberra Australian Travel Map.

Prime Ministers House and Foreign Embassies: The Prime Ministers House (The Lodge) is located in Deakin, to the south west of Parliament House. Most of the foreign embassies are built in the style of architecture of their home country, and are located in the area just to the left of Parliament House.

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Getting to Canberra

Regular flights leave Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane as non-stops, with connecting services from most other cities. If you are self driving, it will take about 4 hours to drive from Sydney, and about 10 hours to drive from Melbourne. If time is short, it is possible to take a one day tour that will cover the main points from Sydney. If you don’t want to drive from Sydney, the rail services are a good option.

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Day Tour from Sydney: > Canberra Day Trip from Sydney

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