Accommodation in the Capital of Australia

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Going to the capital of Australia, Canberra, for a holiday, business, or any other reason can be an enjoyable affair if you are able to find a suitable accommodation option to stay in. Because Canberra is the capital city of Oz, choosing the best accommodation in the capital of Australia for you can be a stressful affair unless you are well-informed about your options.

Why Go To Canberra

The Australian Capital Territory (ACT) was created in 1911 for Australia, which was then a new federation. With an area of 2330 square kilometers or 900 square miles, only 47% of the area is populated while 53% of the land has been converted into nature parks or wildlife reserves.

Canberra is the urban core of the Australian Capital Territory and a thriving planned and modern metropolis. It is the cultural as well as political hot seat of the country. With plenty of government buildings like the new and old parliament houses and the war memorial, you can also visit some really stylish restaurants, ultra-glam bars, and boutique designer shops, without worrying about accommodation in the Australian Capital Territory with budget motels available everywhere.

Canberra is the perfect family destination, as the city is family friendly, and offers some unique attractions in and around it. Once you have explored the various attractions offered by the capital of Australia, it's time to move out and explore the famous bush lands. With large stretches of bush lands like Tharwa and Hall, you will also be able to visit some popular award-winning boutique wineries and experience the unique Australian wildlife that inhabits the nature reserves around the City.

Two of the most sought after nature reserves and parks are the Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve with many walking trails, beautiful wildflowers and rich and delightful indigenous heritage. The other national park is the Namadgi National Park, which lies at the northern edge of the Aussie Alps. The location is a popular picnic spot and attracts many locals as well as tourists because of its many marked trails. You can also see the aboriginal rock art and shelters. If you love adventure, and want to take a break from your regular budget motel accommodation for a day or two, you can camp in the bush lands and enjoy fishing or horse riding. Both the destinations are at a driving distance of 45 minutes from the capital of Australia.

Hotels to Motels and More

There is no dearth of options for accommodation in the Australian Capital Territory. From hotels to rental apartments, and from B&B's, Inns to Motels, you will be spoiled for choice. If you are on a tight budget, we suggest you stay at a good budget motel that will offer you consistent & predictable quality without compromises and you'll find them not too far away from where you want to be.

The Budget motel chain offers you consistent quality and warm hospitality wherever you maybe in Australia, besides ensuring that you never have to worry about your accommodation in the capital of Australia or anywhere else in the country.

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The Budget Motel Chain offers a range of accommodation in Australia and New Zealand at over 300 motels. Each motel has its own unique character in major tourist destinations including Adelaide, Canberra, Hobart, Perth, Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane in Australia and Christchurch, Wellington, Rotorua, Queenstown, Hamilton in New Zealand.

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This article was published on 2010/03/31