Experts in Australia, New Zealand & South Pacific

What to do in the Australian Capital Territory

Balloon Aloft Canberra

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Great for
  • Adventure

Canberra is Australia's most remarkable planned city, with tree-lined streets surrounded by mountains and bushland. Viewing this city from the air gives you a completely different perspective - after an early start travel with Balloon Aloft, soar high over the lakes, parklands and national buildings.

From £205 per person

Please Note: Tour departs daily at approx 5am during summer and 6am during winter and is 4.5 hours in total. Includes return transfers from Canberra accommodation, 45-60 minute scenic flight, certificate and Champagne.

Capital Highlights Tour

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Great for
  • City sights

A relaxed and interesting tour through the heart of the city, explore Canberra with Canberra Secrets. See the city sights, national attractions, along with the opportunity to discover some hidden secrets that the locals love! Explore political, cultural and historical sites, wander through the parklands of the Canberra Centenary Trail, pass Old Parliament House, with plenty of time to stop for photo opportunities. Visit Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve and spot kangaroos all with a friendly guide in tow.

From £146 per person

Please Note: Departs on Sunday, Monday, Thursday and Friday at 9.30am. Please arrives 20 mins prior to this so that you can be fitted up with a bike. Tour is approx 4.5 hours in length and departs from the Canberra Region Visitors Centre.

Blue Skies Adventure Tours - Experience the Capital

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Great for
  • City sights

Take this half-day tour to discover the cultural heritage and diversity of the capital city of Australia. Visit the National Arboretum with over 44,000 trees from 100 countries growing across a huge site, and its collection of some of the rarest most endangered species. Wander through the rooms and halls of Parliament House to see where the country's democracy is actioned. Finish with a visit to the symbolic Australian War Memorial, a world-class museum.

From £57 per person

Please Note: Tour departs daily at 12.45pm from a central city location and returns around 5.30pm.

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