Canberra is the capital city of Australia. It is Australia’s largest inland city and the eighth-largest Australian city overall.
Summer (December – February)
During summer in Canberra, average temperatures range from 12.6 – 27°C (54.7 – 80.6°F), with little humidity and balmy nights (January is the hottest month).
Autumn (March – May)
In autumn temperatures drop to an average of 6.8 – 20°C (44.2 – 68°F) with mild days and cool nights.
Winter (June – August)
Winter in Canberra is cold with average temperatures between 1 – 12°C (33.8 – 53.6°F), dropping below 0°C at night.
Spring (September – November)
During spring expect fresh mornings and brisk nights with average temperatures between 6 – 19°C (42.8 – 66.2°F). The city receives relatively low rainfall compared to the rest of the country.
- Australian War Memorial
- National Museum of Australia
- National Gallery of Australia
- Questacon – National Science and Technology Centre
- National Portrait Gallery
- Parliament House
- Royal Australian Mint
- Old Parliament House
- Mount Ainslie Lookout
- Cockington Green Gardens
- Australian National University
- Canberra Institute of Technology
- University of Canberra
- UNSW Canberra
- Australia Catholic University