From easy meanders on hire bikes around Canberra’s picturesque lakes to exhilarating hit-outs on dirt roads through the Brindabella Mountains, the city offers something for cyclists of every level. We’ve compiled the best cycling routes around Canberra. If you didn’t bring your own set of wheels, hire a road or mountain bike from the Cyclery, […]
Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve in the Australian Alps, which straddle the NSW, Victoria and ACT borders, is full of surprises for visitors and is perfect for family fun. The reserve features spectacular exposed granite tors, foothill valleys and sheltered streams that are home to many native animals and plants. You’ll spot wildlife including eastern grey kangaroos, echidnas, […]
ANZAC Day in the capital. Like the qualities of courage, mateship and sacrifice that inspire it, ANZAC Day commemorates more than the anniversary of the World War One landing on Gallipoli in 1915. Every year on 25 April, its spirit continues to be relevant to Australians’ sense of national identity and inspires events all around […]
Free fun in Canberra. Visiting some of Canberra’s most popular tourist attractions doesn’t mean you have to break the bank. Many of the best sites in the city have free entry, including Parliament House, which opens at 9 am on sitting and non-sitting days. The National Arboretum on the western end of Lake Burley Griffin […]
The Autumn/Winter edition of A+ Magazine is hot off the press! Packed full of events, interviews and features covering Canberra’s people, arts & culture, sport, fashion, outdoor adventure and food & wine scenes. This is our biggest issue yet! Read the magazine here.