Australian Capital Territory Accommodation

Australian Capital Territory
Australian Weather
Adelaide 6°C - 21°C High Level Clouds
Brisbane 16°C - 21°C Passing Showers
Canberra -2°C - 19°C Mostly Sunny
Darwin 26°C - 33°C Sunny
Hobart 8°C - 19°C Decreasing Clouds
Melbourne 6°C - 18°C Morning Clouds
Perth 13°C - 22°C Showers Early
Sydney 10°C - 19°C Mostly Sunny

Australian Capital Territory

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Best Western Garden City Motel

Best Western Garden City Motel
4.0 star rated
$150 
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Best Western Garden City Motel is ideally located in Canberra minutes from Kingston's boutique stores, restaurants, cafes and nightlife.

Rooms Available:
1 Bedroom Standard Room
1 Bedroom Queen Standard
1 Bedroom Suite

Best Western Tall Trees Motel

Best Western Tall Trees Motel
4.0 star rated
$145 
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Best Western Tall Trees Motel offers quiet and convenient Canberra accommodation in the heritage listed suburb of Ainslie. With excellent service, Best Western Tall Trees Motel is ideal for business or touring travellers.

Rooms Available:
1 Bedroom Standard Room
1 Bedroom Executive Room
1 Bedroom Business Room

Best Western Central Motel

Best Western Central Motel
4.0 star rated
$120 
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Best Western Central Motel is located in a quiet area of Canberra's CBD in Queanbeyan. With easy access to local Canberra attractions, Best Western Central Motel is an ideal base for Canberra's tourists.

Rooms Available:
1 Bedroom Standard Motel Room
1 Bedroom Deluxe Room
1 Bedroom Executive Room
2 Bedroom Apartment
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The Australian Capital Territory (ACT) is the capital territory of the Commonwealth of Australia. The Australian Capital Territory is a small territory within the state of New South Wales. Canberra is the capital of the ACT. Canberra being the capital city of Australia.

The ACT is bounded by the Goulburn-Cooma railway line in the east, the Naas Creek in the south, the Cotter River in the west, and the Molonglo River in the north-east.

The Australian Capital Territory also contains agricultural land - sheep, dairy cattle, vineyards, small crops.

Canberra is notorious for hot, dry summers and cold winters with equent frosts.
Australian Capital Territory highest max temperature: 42.8 degrees C, Acton, 11 January 1939
Australian Capital Territory lowest min temperature: -14.6 degrees C, Gudgenby, 11 July 1971

Sites of interest in the Australian Capital Territory include: Williamsdale, Naas, Uriarra, Tharwa, Namadgi National Park, Hall, Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve, Canberra Deep Space Communications Complex, Royal Military College - Duntroon, Australian Defence Force Academy, University of Canberra, Australian National University.


Australian Capital Territory Accommodation