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Welcome to Canberra, the capital of Australia. Canberra at the northern end of the Australian Capital Territory (ACT) is actually the smallest of Australia’s states and territories and Canberra is home to around 308,000 people. It is an exciting, modern city with a rich artistic and cultural scene. Canberra is south-west of Sydney, only 170 miles or four hours drive away.

Those who live here love the rich cultural heritage, natural beauty and friendly neighbourhoods.  Canberra is made up of a number of suburbs and villages which are surrounded by nature reserves and well served by shopping centres.  The ease of life here is in part a result of the excellent infrastructure including well organized transport. Education in ACT is renowned for its excellence and school communities are proud of what they can achieve together. Canberra is at its most vibrant during its many festivals and cultural events, none more colourful than the famous floral celebration, Floriade. As a centre of government Canberra is always at the centre of what is going on in Australia, yet it does so in a tranquil and unassuming way.

It was built as a result of Walter Burleigh Griffin’s winning entry into an international competition to design Australia's capital. In 1913 Canberra, a word originating from the aboriginal name for ‘meeting place’  became that capital

Canberra at the northern end of the Australian Capital Territory (ACT) is actually the smallest of Australia’s states and territories and Canberra is home to around 308,000 people. It is an exciting, modern city with a rich artistic and cultural scene. Canberra is south-west of Sydney, only 170 miles or four hours drive away.






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