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Canberra

Canberra is considered one of the most livable cities in the world. It is a modern city that offers a lot to its residents and visitors alike. With over 7.5 million people living in Australia, you might be wondering why you haven't heard about Canberra before now. Let's talk about some of Canberra's best attractions, neighborhoods, and more!


The National Museum of Australia is a must-see for all visitors since it showcases Australia's history from prehistoric times up until today. You can also visit Parliament House which houses both chambers for Federal Parliament (the Senate and House of Representatives). The National Library is another interesting attraction because it has over 3 million items available for anyone who wishes to borrow them!


The inner suburbs are very popular with families who want easy access to schools and parks while still being close enough to shopping centers if they need something on their way home from work; however, some singles may prefer living further out where rent prices are less expensive but there aren't any dining options within walking distance.


Tourism plays an important role in Canberra's economy but many locals work either directly or indirectly for government agencies such as defense forces which employ thousands annually.* Culture/Food: If you're looking for an Australian experience without traveling too far away from home then this city should definitely be on your list because Canberra proudly claims itself as being Aussie through-and-through! And don't forget about all those delicious meat pies!

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