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The Weather in Canberra
You can see our climate diagram above. January is the warmest month of the year in Canberra with temperatures reaching a maximum average of 84°. Conversely, July is the coolest month in Canberra, with temperatures going under 32° The rainiest month is January while the driest month is May.
Explore Australia's charming capital with a Canberra vacation home
Canberra, Australia's leafy capital, boasts elegant architecture, an exciting dining scene, and many cultural pearls. What's more, the area surrounding the city has been inhabited by Indigenous Australians for at least 21,000 years - uncover this engrossing heritage close to your ideal vacation accommodation.
Balancing a tempting cocktail menu with refined Asian cuisine, Akiba is the place to head to for deliciously fresh ceviche, sashimi, and oysters. Don't leave without trying their pork belly buns and Sichuan squid.
Exuding sophistication, Courgette carries out haute cuisine to a T. Choose from one of four elegant dining rooms, and indulge in dishes such as seared scallops and wasabi avocado, and snow river rainbow trout.
Culture lovers will have a field day in Canberra. The city was designed by the famous American architect Walter Burley Griffin, and its streets are a living monument to the Arts and Crafts Movement. Start your tour of the city's cultural hotspots at the National Gallery of Australia, where you can see Dalí's Lobster Telephone, Andy Warhol's Elvis, and Monet's Water Lilies, all under one roof.
The National Portrait Gallery reveals Australia's history through indigenous artworks, portraits of the colonial founding fathers, and a Day-Glo image of celebrated Australian export, singer-songwriter Nick Cave. Discuss your visit over a coffee at the chic on-site café.
Tracing the roots of mankind
Birrigai Aboriginal Rock Shelter is packed with archaeological elements dating back thousands of years. Located in the Edenic Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve, the ancient stone shelter is littered with Neolithic quartz tools and hearth stones, evidence of human life here from around 16 to 21 thousand years ago.
There is still more ancient history to be found at Namadgi National Park. The rock paintings adorn vast boulders beneath the thousand-meter-high Yankee Hat Mountain. Learn more about the conservation program and significance of the paintings at the park's Visitor Center.
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