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Flights to Canberra

Canberra Airport is located about 10 minutes east of the city centre.

Showcasing incredible history and culture, there is so much to explore in Australia's national capital. Surrounded by parkland and native bush, Canberra boasts incredible museums and galleries, culinary adventures and stunning natural sights. Take a tour of Parliament House to see modern politics in action, visit the Australian War Memorial or admire the world’s largest collection of Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art at the National Gallery of Australia. Once you’ve had your culture fix it’s time to eat and drink your way through its vibrant neighbourhoods or wineries, trek through the surrounding national parks or spend some time kayaking, cycling, sailing or hot air ballooning at Lake Burley Griffin. It’s a small but cosmopolitan city, meaning it’s easy to get around and you’ll find plenty to keep you busy. Canberra offers more than the expected.

Get to know the real Canberra and plan your stay at visitcanberra.com.au or prepare for your next flight to Canberra by searching our current schedules. Link Airways also operates direct flights from Canberra to Hobart, direct flights from Canberra to Newcastle and seasonal direct flights from Canberra to Coffs Harbour.

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Things to do in Canberra

Australia's capital city is much more than politics, with outstanding museums, world-class food and wine, and a great events schedule. Canberra's renowned galleries and museums, thrilling events calendar, and ever-evolving food and drink scene exude sophistication and artistic flair. It's a small but cosmopolitan city, so getting around is easy, and there's plenty to keep you occupied. Canberra is an excellent place to learn about the culture of Australia. Visit the Australian War Memorial, the National Gallery of Australia, which houses the world's largest collection of Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander paintings, or take a tour of Parliament House to see contemporary politics in motion. After you've had your fill of entertainment, explore the city's lively neighbourhoods, walk through the local national parks, or spend some time at Lake Burley Griffin kayaking, surfing, sailing, or hot air ballooning.

Places to stay in Canberra

Whatever you're looking for in a place to stay in Canberra, there's something for everyone – from luxurious hotels and self-contained apartments to hostels, camping sites, rural properties, or even a space right next to some friendly zoo animals – Canberra has it all. In the last few years, Canberra has seen a slew of new hotel openings. All are architecturally forward-thinking and inspired, and the majority can be found in the lively precincts of New Acton and Barton, which straddle Lake Burley Griffin's shores. Heritage-listed, luxury, eco-chic hotels, as well as major chains, caravan parks, and charming B&Bs, are all available. The ease of public transportation and roads is one of Canberra's advantages. You'll be able to leave your lodging and drive, walk, or take the bus to see what the national capital has to offer.

Frequently Asked Questions

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The Canberra Airport is about a 10-minute drive east of the city centre.

Taxis, rides share and hire cars are available. Avis, Budget, Enterprise, Europcar, Hertz, and Thrifty are among the car hire companies available.

No matter when you visit, Australia's capital will entice you with its humid, dry summers and crisp, cool winters. Summer temperatures in Canberra range from 12.6 to 27 degrees Celsius. Autumn temperatures range from 6.8 to 20 degrees Celsius, with warm days and cool nights. Canberra's winters are cold, with average temperatures ranging from 1 to 12°C and temperatures falling below 0°C at night. Canberra is a perfect stopover on your way to the slopes because snow falls in the nearby Australian Alps. Expect cool mornings and cool evenings in the spring, with average temperatures ranging from 6 to 19°C. The wettest month is November, but in comparison to the rest of the world, the city receives relatively little rain.

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