Australian Capital Territory (ACT)

At the heart of ACT lies Canberra, Australia’s purpose-built capital, known for its grand parliamentary precinct and national institutions like the Australian War Memorial and the National Gallery of Australia.

These landmarks not only offer a deep dive into the nation’s history but also showcase its commitment to the arts and culture.

The ACT may be small in size, but it’s rich in experiences, from exploring the serene Lake Burley Griffin to engaging with science at Questacon.

Here, the bushland trails lead to breathtaking lookouts and reveal the region’s Aboriginal heritage through rock art sites.