Canberra is a city that celebrates Australia’s history and accomplishments. Indigenous sites, national parks, and botanical gardens are a short drive from iconic landmarks and monuments to fallen soldiers and pioneers. Galleries and museums showcase the best in art, music and film from international and emerging local artists.
For foodies, Canberra's cafe and dining scenes are thriving. With wineries, fresh produce markets, innovative cafes, and restaurants ranging from the small and intimate to world-class banquet halls, even the most discerning of palates will find something to their liking in Canberra’s cuisine.
TFE Hotels offers a range of hotels and serviced apartment accommodation options in Canberra.
TFE Hotels in Canberra
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- A by Adina CanberraFrom201.69*AUD per night
- Hotel Kurrajong CanberraFrom179.28*AUD per night
- Vibe Hotel CanberraFrom164.88*AUD per night
- Adina Serviced Apartments Canberra James CourtFrom172.08*AUD per night
- Adina Serviced Apartments Canberra KingstonFrom179.28*AUD per night
- Adina Serviced Apartments Canberra DicksonFrom153.09*AUD per night
Things to see in Canberra
Canberra is home to national archives and galleries, including the celebrated National Gallery of Australia with impressive permanent and touring exhibitions, while the Australian War Memorial pays tribute to Australia’s serving men and women.
Although, Canberra isn’t all politicians and museums... once you get past the classic ‘National Capital’ stereotype, you unmask a city full of exciting things to do. Canberra is a great place to get out and about and discover the area in a new, exciting way.
The National Capital is famed for its incredible gourmet food and wine scene, with markets, vineyards, restaurants and cafés spread across the city and surrounds. Hatted chefs are championing the paddock to plate movement, creating exciting and innovative menus. Click here for more neighbourhood guide around Canberra.