Explore the inner-north and heart of the city.
It’s always good to know what’s close to home. So here’s a little list of what you can find in the area.
The Australian War Memorial is Australia’s national memorial to the members of all its armed forces and supporting organisations who have died or participated in the wars of the Commonwealth of Australia. The memorial includes an extensive national military museum.
The capital’s largest multi-purpose events centre set on 70 hectares of unique natural landscape. Versatile indoor and outdoor event spaces to host the hundreds of events each year. Highlight events are the regular Farmers Markets, Royal Canberra Show, and Summernats.
Enjoy the hipster heart of Canberra in Braddon, where you can find an eclectic mix cafes and restaurants a long side speciality store showcasing many of Canberra’s local artisans
No matter sport you love everything is close including Lyneham Hockey Center and Lyneham Tennis Center that modern facilities indoor and outdoor facilities including a full gym and lifestyle center. Canberra Stadium (GIO Stadium) is also just up the raod, primarily used for rugby league and rugby union games, is located adjacent to the Australian Institute of Sport and is home to football teams such as the Canberra Raiders, ACT Brumbies and more.
The University of Canberra is a broadly spread campus in a leafy setting in the suburb of Bruce. A diverse range of services and amenities such as restaurants and pubs, professional businesses, fitness and sporting complexes are easily accessible.
You’re spoilt for choice in the centre of Canberra. Expect to enjoy a huge range of retail, restaurants, and vibrant nightspots in the heart of the city and the ever-changing, popular suburb of Braddon.