Canberra Flights GuideCanberra, the capital of Australia, is located between Sydney and Melbourne alongside Australia's highest alpine mountains. Canberra is nicknamed the Bush Capital with protected nature reserve, gorges, rivers, waterfalls, lookouts, and snow-capped mountains. Canberra landmarks include many of the government houses, courts, National Portrait Gallery, and National Museum of Australia.
You can reach Sydney by plane or via the NSW TrainLink railway. You can fly to Melbourne or endure a 7-hour drive. Canberra also offers direct domestic flights to Brisbane, Adelaide, Gold Coast, and Perth.
Canberra has an oceanic climate with low humidity. January is the hottest month with an average high of 82°F while July is the coldest month with a high of only 52°F. Rain falls evenly in Canberra but it is heaviest in late spring. Thunderstorms are frequent in October and April.Spring (September to November) and fall (March-May) are the best time to visit Canberra with its cool nights, sunny days, and minimal rain. The cheapest time to visit Canberra is during the low season of winter but the freezing weather may prevent you from enjoying Canberra.
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