Explore Canberra - Australia’s Capital City
One of the few planned cities of the world, Canberra was specifically designed around significant geographical landmarks and boasts much more than being the seat of Australia’s federal government. Canberra is also host to many of Australia’s cultural institutions and beyond the cultural significance and architecture, Canberra is also famous for its’ lakes, parklands and seasonal festivals. Spring is celebrated with Floriade, 30 fragrant days of a million spring blooms. With the fiery-coloured autumn leaves heralding the coming of winter the skies of Canberra and surrounds are dotted with hot air balloons in the city’s own Balloon Fiesta. The month-long Fireside Festival of food, wine and entertainment helps warm the winter month of August.
The National Museum, National Gallery and The Australian War Memorial are just three of the 13 hop on- hop off stops in the Explorer’s 90 minute tour which has been designed to showcase and access the unique attractions and icons of this city.
Operating all day and every day of the year the Canberra City Explorer allows you to experience Canberra at your own pace.