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  • Little National Hotel

    Little National Hotel


    Little National Hotel offers luxurious accommodation in Canberra. Positioned within the Realm Precinct, on National Circuit Barton, the hotel enjoys views of the city, Parliament House and cultural... we had a lovely stay down for the Australia Running Festival - staff were so friendly and the extra touches of fruit and water at reception were lovely. Would highly recommend this place to friends

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    Avg. price/night: £79
    9.1 Superb 2,833 reviews
  • Avenue Hotel Canberra

    Avenue Hotel Canberra

    City Centre, Canberra

    Located in the heart of Canberra, this stylish hotel offers a restaurant and a fitness centre. All luxury accommodation features a private balcony with outdoor furniture. Great an comfortable place, big and tidy room, nice staff

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    Avg. price/night: £97
    9.3 Superb 1,957 reviews
  • Hyatt Hotel Canberra - A Park Hyatt Hotel

    Hyatt Hotel Canberra - A Park Hyatt Hotel


    Offering a state-of-the-art fitness centre with indoor swimming pool and sauna, this luxury hotel is only 5 minutes' drive from Parliament House. The staff are friendly providing outstanding service. High tea was excellent

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    Avg. price/night: £137
    9.1 Superb 1,128 reviews
  • East Hotel and Apartments

    East Hotel and Apartments


    East Hotel and Apartments features an on-site restaurant, a bar, a fitness centre and 24/7 reception. Each studio and apartment includes cable TV and in-house movies. My husband stayed in one of the large cottages with his groomsmen the night before our wedding, and we stayed in a separate room the night of our wedding (held at Grazing just down the road). From my perspective, I could not have asked for a more lovely place to stay. The room was comfortable, with a huge queen bed and large amount of cupboard space. The bathroom was spacious with a massive bath, and the kitchen supplies where you can cook your only breakfast the next day were really cute. Sylvia was lovely to deal with, and accomodating of special requests we had about switching rooms for our bridal party and organising a late check out. I know several of our guests also stayed at the Nest and enjoyed their stay. We found it really romantic to leave our wedding and walk the short way down the road late at night to our room. I would definitely come back again for our anniversary, and would recommend it to anyone staying in Gundaroo (particularly for a special occasion).

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    Avg. price/night: £110
    9.3 Superb 564 reviews
  • Abode Kingston

    Abode Kingston


    Abode Kingston features accommodation in Canberra. The property is located a few steps from Kingston Mall, 500 metres from Manuka Oval and 500 metres from Manuka Shopping Area. Location Decor Size of room Amenities

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    Avg. price/night: £75
    9.4 Superb 14 reviews
  • Abode Narrabundah

    Abode Narrabundah


    Located in a beautiful garden suburb in Canberra's inner south, Abode Narrabundah offers self-contained accommodation with free private parking available on site. We had all the convenience of home, bed was comfortable and the complimentary bottles of water were greatly appreciated.

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    Avg. price/night: £70
    8.9 Fabulous 1,592 reviews

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Culture, Politics and Military Mix

A popular quiz question is: what’s the capital of Australia? If you answered Sydney or Melbourne then it’s time to discover the real answer – Canberra. With Parliament House at its core, Canberra fans out across both sides of Lake Burley Griffin to reveal a diverse mix of museums, restaurants and bars filled with curious tourists, political persons and public servants.

Canberra was created as a solution to Australia’s 2 largest cities squabbling over the right to become the national capital. The Limestone Plains region in New South Wales was chosen as the site for present day Canberra. It was a good choice for nature lovers as it is surrounded by bushland, mountain ranges and, more recently, wineries.

The National Gallery, National Museum and National Library of Australia highlight Canberra’s cultural riches. Other notable institutions to visit are the High Court of Australia and the National Film and Sound Archive that stockpiles a collection of Australia’s early radio, television and film history.

The military also plays a significant role here with many training facilities for the army such as the Australian Defence Force Academy. An unforgettable experience is attending the Anzac Day Dawn service at The Australian War Memorial.

Australia’s cultural capital with a political punch has many hotels, motels and apartments on for that city trip, business jaunt or family holiday.