Canberra is not only one of the biggest cities located in the land of the kangaroos, it is also it’s capital city. It is widely known for its vast acres of natural vegetation. At the same time, Canberra is a city sports enthusiasts should not miss visiting.
With beautiful natural surroundings and nice weather, all combined with the big city pulse, you’ll be sure to find a lot of fun things to do in Canberra during your stay in the Aussie capital.
Australia is popular for its water-sports activities. No doubt when visiting Australia, and Canberra in particular, you have to at least experience one of the sports available. Why not jump at the chans of learning how to sail at the yacht club or if you’d rather watch the pros, catch the summer racing event held there instead.
Another activity to be involved in is the Canberra Marathon. Usually held on the second week of April, it is a marathon held for charity causes.
If you love art, you’ll be happy to hear that Canberra hosts many fine art galleries. Especially don’t miss out on visiting the aborigine’s art gallery.
If you love animals or plan to take the kids along, come over to the zoo. This unique zoo has an open concept where you can picnic with your mates.
The Canberra Theater Centre has a wide range of performances for you to enjoy daily. Stroll along in the arts and exhibitions area in the theater after enjoying the performances!
Australia’s climate is generally hot during most parts of the year. A good time to visit Canberra would be between December and March, Australian summer, where they would experience a warm climate. This would be nice weather for sight-seeing and strolling along the city.
Between July and August is their winter period where the mornings are just slightly above 10 degrees Celsius (50º F) and chilly. Temperatures drop at night to a freezing temperature and below.
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