Despite being Australia’s capital city, Canberra is an underrated travel destination within Australia. A fantastic destination to go to if you are interested in history, art, and delicious food, wine and of course coffee. This vibrant capital has a diverse history and stately appeal. The most popular attractions to visit include the war memorial, National art gallery, and of course, the Parliament House. Discover how parliament house is situated as the central focus of the city’s streets. If you are a foodie, Canberra’s many restaurants will impress even the toughest food critic. Sip on a delicious Canberra coffee, or perhaps even a delicious Canberra cool climate wine, in this great destination.
Best Melbourne to Sydney Tour via Canberra
If you are travelling to both Melbourne and Sydney, why fly when you can drive? Discover Canberra’s secrets with our 2 Day Melbourne to Sydney Tour. Starting off in Melbourne, this tour includes a Canberra day trip, to enjoy the numerous sights worth seeing. The Canberra day tour will take place the second day of your tour, after staying overnight in a working farm within the country side. Spot the Parliament House and ruin your walking shoes by the abundant amount of art galleries and museums offered in this tour.
Sydney to Melbourne Tour via Canberra
Or go the other way! If you are starting off in Sydney, head down the country to visit the amazing country between the two biggest cities in Australia with our popular 2 Day Sydney to Melbourne Tour. Start off in Sydney, head towards Canberra, via the stunning Southern Highlands. This region will make you glad opted for driving down, as the stunning greenery and peaks will be a perfect photo opportunity. The Canberra day tours a must do when travelling Australia.
Dormitory accommodation is provided at the YHA Hotel in Canberra. If you are interested in a private room upgrade, get in touch with our reservations team to check availability.
There is plenty to see and do in Canberra including visiting Parliament House, the Australian War Memorial, Lake Burley Griffin and the National Museum of Australia.