It’s always good to know what’s close to home. So here’s a little list of what you can find in the area: Calvary Hospital, University of Canberra, Australian Institute of Sport, National Arboretum, National Zoo & Aquarium
Calvary is the country’s only fully accredited acute care specialty hospital exclusively providing palliative care for adult patients with advanced cancer and other life-limiting illnesses.
University of Canberra
A vibrant atmosphere among a hub of bustling activity right on your doorstep. A wide selection of speciality stores to The University of Canberra is a broadly spread campus in a leafy setting in the suburb of Bruce. A diverse range of services and amenities such as restaurants and pubs, professional businesses, fitness and sporting complexes are easily accessible.
One of the largest shopping centres in Canberra, featuring around 270 specialty stores. Close to ACTION buses, the city transport system, providing direct access to other parts of the city. Plenty of parking, a movie theatre, and a vibrant restaurant scene make the visit worthwhile.
Australian Institute of Sport
The sports campus is home to elite athletes, the Australian Sports Commission, and offers a range of visitor experiences. Find out what it takes to become an elite athlete with a behind-the-scenes tour of the AIS. Departing daily at 10.00am, 11.30am, 1.00pm and 2.30pm.
The 250-hectare National Arboretum was created after the 2003 Canberra bushfires is a mosaic of gardens, outdoor sculptures, amphitheatre, cafe, visitor centre, bonsai and penjing pavilion, children’s playground, and a spacious outdoor events space.
You’re spoilt for choice in the centre of Canberra. Expect to enjoy a huge range of retail, restaurants, and vibrant nightspots in the heart of the city and the ever-changing, popular suburb of Braddon.