Australia & the Pacific Forums

Post New Topic

Recent Activity

View all Australia & the Pacific activity »
  1. 1 Trip Report http://sexuallubricants.org/zynev/
  2. 2 TECHNICAL ( 18-00-841-6436) @!@@NETFLIX SUPPORT NUMBER *&%$#
  3. 3 Trip Report Your Diet, Your Memory
  4. 4 Best spot for first time SCUBA
  5. 5 Question on Driving from Sydney to Blue Mts
  6. 6 NZ S Island itinerary help please!
  7. 7 Trip Report Amazing New Zealand - Trip Report
  8. 8 Stopover Toronto- Perth
  9. 9 Domestic flights in Australia? when?
  10. 10 Australia/New Zealand 3 weeks
  11. 11 New Zeaaland
  12. 12 9.5 days in New Zealand
  13. 13 Bay of Islands vs Marlborough Sound
  14. 14 Tasmania Itinerary
  15. 15 Trip Report Tasmania, Melbourne, and the Great Ocean Road--November/December 2015
  16. 16 Scuba trip Great Barrier Reef
  17. 17 January-March When to visit NZ
  18. 18 Hikes in New Zealand
  19. 19 New Zealand Itinerary Help
  20. 20 Tiger Air and Baggage Fees
  21. 21 Nervous American driving in AU
  22. 22 Milford Sound day trip sounds like too long a day!
  23. 23 Trip Report A major meander through Australia/Tasmania, Bali, Laos & Vietnam.
  24. 24 HELP! New Zealand 2weeks July with baby (and pregnant)
  25. 25 New Zealand on our own?
View next 25 » Back to the top

Canberra

Jump to last reply

Considering a 10 day trip to Canberra in early July. It's been on our radar for awhile, but we're just now getting around to seriously considering it. Looks like it's a bit of a hassle to get there as flights from Perth go via Adelaide, Sydney and Melbourne and are in the 5-7 hour range.

When we mention Canberra most folks respond with "why?", so we're not terribly confident that it's worth a 10 day investment, but on the other hand, we tend to like things other people don't, so...

Just wondering if anyone out there in Fodorland has any recommendations/thoughts regarding Canberra and environs, as it seems we might need a little push to start the ball rolling.

Our interests include walks/hikes, cool weather, communing with nature and good food. We also enjoy, to a lesser extent, city attractions, markets and the odd museum.

40 Replies |Back to top

Sign in to comment.

Advertisement