Canberra is the capital city of Australia, located in the Australian Capital Territory in the South East of the continent just under Sydney and to the North East of Melbourne. It is a state of deep historical and cultural value and a number of areas for outdoor activities are held as attractions here too.
Geopgraphically, Canberra is inland from the east coast and the Brindabella Ranges are located nearby; the Molonglo River and the Murrumbidgee River flow through as well while passing through the Lake Burley Griffin. There are 3 prominent mounds in the area – Mount Ainslie, Black Mountain, and Red Hill, all 3 of which were originally slated to represent spiritual values for the state. The Lake and the different mounts are all popular places for hiking, heritage trails and sports activities.
The Parliament House, The Australian War Memorial, Questacon and the National Museum of Australia are also popular tourist spots for people who visit Canberra. You can sit in to democratic discussions, attend the guided tours available for people who want to learn more about the history of Australia or indulge in some interesting facts on science and technology.
At the same time, The National Gallery of Australia and the National Portrait Gallery are also available for different views on Australian, Indigenous and Asian arts and even some important public collections too.