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There are few destinations in the world which have very best top attractions and Australia is one of them. This country is as broad and varied is as its landscape. Its population lives on coast where several scenic beaches, coral reefs, crystal clear water of ocean full of fascinating creatures provide an irresistible venue for adventure in, on and under water.

The Canberra is the energetic city which is bounded by the gorgeous lakes, fabulous shopping malls and the clean crystalline beaches. The spot light of the city is stories and remnant of the pasts like the national library, war memorial and the art gallery which grade up the capital in terms of history. The citizen of the capital is so jaunty having the style and luxurious life style.

Canberra is capital city of Australia and is one of beauty, culture and order. The city is located at the northern end of the Australian Capital. It is situated between two major Australian cities - Melbourne and Sydney. It provides direct domestic services to Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth which are some great cities to explore on your holidays. So make a plan and book cheap flights from London to Canberra and explore these culturally rich cities of Australia.

Canberra Tourist Attractions:

Australian-American Memorial: Affectionately known as 'The Eagle', the memorial is located in Blamey Square, in the forecourt of the offices of the Australian Defence Force and Department of Defence, in Russell.

Australian Institute of Sport: Australia is premier sporting facility. See world-class facilities for athletes in training. Test your skills at Sportex, an interactive sports exhibit. Video highlights of great moments in sport.

Canberra Space Dome and Observatory: A domed theatre that creates a simulated night sky. Experience interplanetary space flights and learn about the planets.

Captain Cook Memorial: The memorial was built to commemorate the bicentenary of Captain James Cook's first sighting of the east coast of Australia. The memorial includes a water jet located in Lake Burley Griffin and a skeleton globe sculpture at Regatta Point of Lake Burley Griffin in Canberra, showing the paths of Cook's expeditions. The water jet is one of Canberra's most well-known attractions.

Canberra Museum and Gallery: In the heart of the city, Canberra Museum and Gallery, visual arts, exhibitions and unique community programs and events.
CSIRO Discovery: An award-winning public attraction showcasing our science and technology achievements.

National Dinosaur Museum: Devoted entirely to palaeontology (study of fossils). See displays of fossilised plants, fish and mammals, full skeletons and complete reconstructions of dinosaurs.

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