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The Australian capital, Canberra offers easy access to nearby wineries, lakes, renowned galleries/museums, parks and the snowy mountains. Canberra combines diverse city style, modern buildings and unique architecture. The most popular attractions are the National Gallery of Australia, Australian National Botanic Gardens, National Zoo and Aquarium, National Museum of Australia, as well as, the Lake Burley Griffin.
Action buses are efficient and easy to use. It's the only public transportation mode in Canberra and one of the best in Australia. The bus lines serve most of the must-see attractions. Bus line 81 stops at the National Arboretum museum, Telstra Tower, the Zoo and the War Memorial. There is also a free city route, line 101 that passes by the Canberra hotspots. During weekends, the buses are less frequent.
Another popular transportation mode is the bicycle. It is mostly used to reach the suburbs and the area surrounding the Lake Burley Griffin.
If you find the bus system too complicated and hard to use, the quickest way to get around the city is either a car or taxi. However, Canberra taxis charge by the meter and can be expensive. Canberra taxis are available at designated areas, as well as, in front of hotels.
Trains depart from Kingston Railway Station, while intercity buses stop at Jolimont Centre.
Renting a car is one of the best transportation options if you're looking for a flexible solution. You can book the service from several companies at the airport. The city is connected with the undeveloped areas via roads and renting a car is the most appropriate transportation mode to travel.
Canberra Airport (CBR) serves the city of Canberra and the surrounding area. Passengers fly to Canberra from Sydney every hour and on every several hours from Melbourne. International passengers arrive from Singapore and Wellington.
Daily public buses run from Canberra Airport to the West Row in Civic - coach stop. The bus number 11 connects the Airport with the Brindabella Business Park and Fairbairn on weekdays, whereas bus number 11A stops only at the airport. For transfers between Canberra airport and Sydney Airport, T8 Airport South Line train service and bus number 400 are available.
The ground indoor taxi queue at the arrivals is the place where the Canberra airport taxis stand. Due to peak hours, it is possible to be left stranded at the airport with no taxi on sight. According to the airport regulations, express pick up is limited to 10 minutes only. For longer waiting time extra cost applies, as well as, an additional charge for airport pickups.
You can book the private Canberra airport taxi online. You will need to provide the flight details, and we will take care of the rest. The airport taxi fare from Canberra Airport to Canberra is AUD 82 for two passengers.