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The weather in Canberra
This graph shows the yearly weather forecast in Canberra. The highest average temperatures are in the month of January. No heat wave is expected in July, where minimum average temperatures usally hit a 0° low. According to the weather forecast, July will be the rainiest month in the next 6 months in Canberra.
Frolic at Canberra's flower festival near your holiday letting
Whether you are letting your inner flower child out at Canberra's annual Floriade Festival or windsurfing across the city's lake, your adventure starts at your comfortable holiday homes in one of Australia's most exciting cities.
Take a trip to Canberra's National Zoo and Aquarium where you can see all of Australia's weird and wonderful wildlife, along with animals from across the globe. The whole family will be rapt by demonstrations by the keepers and learn all about conservation. You can even hold an owl and feed the lions at this remarkable wildlife centre.
Alternatively go yachting, kayaking or windsurfing on Lake Burley Griffin. You can even hire a bicycle and bike the lake's 35m perimeter. Cycle Canberra offers you a range of bikes, and they will even deliver them to your holiday home. Take the kids on an adventure to explore the National Arboretum and discover Parliament House.
Watch a wombat at Tidbinbilla
Have an adventure in the Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve less than an hour outside of Canberra. Here you can see emus, kangaroos and cockatoos in profusion. Australia's famous koalas also live at the reserve, and the population is climbing so you could just spot one. To see wombats and platypuses, come in the early morning.
For the best view of Canberra around, climb to the summit of Mt Ainslie. You'll likely see a kangaroo on your way up, and views include the Old Parliament House. If you don't fancy the climb, you can always drive up via Mt Ainslie Drive.
Why not come for Floriade Festival which lures flower fans and horticulturalists from across the world like bees. 8,000km² of parkland and more than a million blooms produce a feast for the eyes.
At Australia's largest Spring festival, expect a packed program of evening entertainments and illuminated flowerbeds, an unforgettable spectacle.
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