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=== Geography ===
 
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Canberra ranges from 550 to 700 m above sea level. The central area of Canberra is nestled on  
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Canberra ranges from 550 to 700 m above sea level. The central area of Canberra is nestled on the banks of  Lake Burley Griffin which was formed by building Scrivener Dam across the Molonglo River.
 
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the banks of  Lake Burley Griffin which was formed by building Scrivener Dam across the  
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Molonglo River.
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There are several large hills within the city including:
 
There are several large hills within the city including:

Revision as of 23:19, 27 September 2006


Canberra is the Capital of Australia.

Geography

Canberra ranges from 550 to 700 m above sea level. The central area of Canberra is nestled on the banks of Lake Burley Griffin which was formed by building Scrivener Dam across the Molonglo River.

There are several large hills within the city including:

  • Mount Ainslie
  • Black Mountain
  • Mount Majura
  • Mount Mugga Mugga
  • Mount Taylor

Weather

This radar covers the ACT and the eastern side of the Snowy Mountains region.

Things to Do

Accommodation

Getting Around

Bus

The main bus station for interstate travel is the Jolimont Centre in Civic.

Air

Rail

The Canberra Railway Station is located in Kingston. Trains are operated by

Countrylink.


Buying Ski and Outdoor Gear

Renting Ski and Snowboard Gear

Resources

Links