Canberra – Australia’s capital. The city of mouth-watering restaurants, foggy mornings, and chic hotels. This vast bushland has many attributes that make it an amazing place to visit and live. Have a read below of the top five places to go for different scenarios.
Views from the 6
If you’re looking for a scenic place that offers an unreal view of Canberra – Mount Ainslie Lookout is the place to go to. This point offers picture-perfect views of the whole of Canberra – you can see the Parliamentary Triangle, Black Mountain Tower and the vast, large mountain ranges. You can either walk up the mountain and be rewarded in the end by its beauty OR simply take the easy drive up. Fancy reading more about Mount Ainslie? Click here for the need to know info, such as – location, features, reviews and more!
Mojitos – Mo Problems
Nothing beats a good cocktail and if you’re on the hunt for a scrumptious delight – Kokomo’s is the place to head to. The hip restaurant/bar/nightclub has a Tropicana feel to it with a gorgeous, jungle décor. They offer a long list of various cocktails, whether you like salty or sweet – they’ve got the one for you. I recommend trying the “Miami Vice” slushie cocktail (one word: amaaaazing) – click here to visit their website and have a geez here for their full drinks menu.
Canberra has many exciting attractions, however, the number one to go to is undoubtedly the Australian National Botanic Gardens. If you’re like me and have a love for all things outdoors, this is the place for you. The gardens offer a range of native trees, flowers and other various plants. If you’re lucky, you might also spot some furry little friends – a wallaby, kangaroo or vicarious birds! Follow here to have a look at their website.
Food > Love
It’s your one-year anniversary and you’re in charge of picking the restaurant. You’re seeking a place that is upscale yet laidback and you and your partner have a strong love for all things Italian. I know the perfect place for you! Molto Italian located at Kingston Foreshore offers a wide range of Italian dishes in a gorgeous setup. Click here to have a read of their inviting website.
Feeling like a standard schnitty and chips?
If you’re looking for a central pub with hearty food and good vibes – The Old Canberra Inn is the place for you! This quaint, family-friendly locale offers the finest craft beers on tap and live music nearly every night. Did I mention Happy Hour is 4pm – 6pm, Monday – Friday?! Click here to visit their website.
I hope you enjoyed reading through Canberra’s top fivers and get a chance to pop into each of these locations. Feel free to message us on our Effective People Facebook page to let us know what you think of the above local spots!
Author: Dana-Louise Deklin