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Capital Territory

The Australian Capital Territory is a small area within New South Wales, housing the country's capital Canberra. But the area is substantially larger than Canberra itself, set in a vast wilderness, dominated by the Namadgi National Park. This was originally an area of long, thick grasses and scrubland, populated by the local aboriginal tribe who hunted there for kangaroo and other animals. If you are in Australia for a short time and are either based in Sydney or passing between Sydney and Melbourne, you should consider taking a day to visit Canberra and see the sites such as the Federal Parliament, High Court, National Gallery, National War Memorial, etc. If you are staying longer in the country, and want to see some wilderness, then Canberra's proximity to the NSW South Coast, NSW ski fields, and the Kosiuosko, Budawangs and Namadgi National Parks should make it worth considering as a base of operations.

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