Below is a glimpse of the travel guide to Canberra:
Canberra was established as Australia’s federation in 1901.
The National House Parliament, Canberra houses, the High Court of Australia, War Memorial, Federal Government Departments and several others are resided here.
It has 5 large town centers Wooden Tuggeranong, Central Canberra, Queanbeyan and Belconnen lie in the valleys of Canberra region.
These are the only places worth visiting, but the presence of other centers explains why the population seems so out of proportion with its low built appearance.
These centers are also a way to local wilderness from Central Canberra.
This city is very young as compared to others and its planned development has excluded the presence of buildings on surrounding hilltops or those over 15 stories high.
Canberra is the place to relax, explore and learn. Don’t get under-awed but explore the sites and appreciate the presence of so many wildernesses within a city.
The mall running between the Parliament and War Memorial looks familiar because it was
Designed by a US Architect and it is a reminiscent of the mall in Washington DC, specifically the reflecting pool between the Lincoln Memorial and Washington Monument.