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YMCA Of Canberra (Canberra, Australian Capital Territory)

Things to do in Australian Capital Territory

Filled with hidden gems, this territory is where the bustling city of Canberra is situated, the capital of the nation. It is also the location of Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve and Namadgi National Park, which are just 45 minutes from the trendiest restaurants and bars in the capital, therefor, in the Australian Capital Territory, it is possible to combine the sophisticated and urban environment with hiking trails, lakes and glaciers that have preserved all their beauty and charm.

The huge tourist variety and richness of the environment allow mountain sports like skiing at Charlotte Pass, Thredbo or Perisher Blue, which are the highest ski resorts of Australia, to water sports on the South Coast, where the dolphins of the Jervis Bay can be seen in the pearly waters of its beaches.

More restless sailors can steer their boat to the Sapphire Coast where you can spot whales gatherings in Eden. In Batemans Bay you can descend the river Clyde, and practice kayaking in Kangaroo Valley.

The beaches of the Bournda National Park are internationally known for unspoiled nature as well as for possessing thirty marine parks and reserves. In Capital County you can wander between the waterfalls and the rainforest ravines, browse in the craft shops, visit the wineries in Hiltops or enjoy yourself at the Bradman Museum.

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