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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.

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