As Australia’s national capital and largest inland city, Canberra has plenty to offer to residents. The beautiful public parks and gardens, the excellent employment and educational options and the relaxed, cosmopolitan atmosphere attract thousands of new residents every year. The city has been designed to allow for easy access to city centres, shopping districts, recreational facilities.
Canberra is home to many world-class attractions including the National Museum, the Australian War Memorial, National Art Gallery and National Portrait Gallery. Canberra also has some excellent educational facilities and boasts Australia’s highest school retention rate. There are six tertiary institutions in Canberra including the Australian National University which is ranked as one of the top universities in the world. The other tertiary institutions in Canberra are the University of Canberra, the Australian Defence Force Academy, the Australian Catholic University, the Canberra Institute of Technology and the International Hotel School.
As a well-spaced city, Canberra has a great range of housing options. In recent years, new suburbs have been established to cater for an ever expanding population.