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Instagrammer @enricoimages shared “one of the best views in Canberra” from the National Arboretum. Where else do you like to go for great views over the national capital? #visitcanberra

Instagrammer @enricoimages shared “one of the best views in Canberra” from the National Arboretum. Where else do you like to go for great views over the national capital? #visitcanberra

Walk, cycle or drive to the top of Mount Ainslie for a perfect view of Canberra’s unique layout. Take in Lake Burley Griffin, many of Canberra's national attractions and the mountain ranges surrounding the city. See great views of the Australian War Memorial, Anzac Parade and Parliament House. Photo by Instagrammer @travellingking1. #visitcanberra

Walk, cycle or drive to the top of Mount Ainslie for a perfect view of Canberra’s unique layout. Take in Lake Burley Griffin, many of Canberra's national attractions and the mountain ranges surrounding the city. See great views of the Australian War Memorial, Anzac Parade and Parliament House. Photo by Instagrammer @travellingking1. #visitcanberra

What do you think are the top three most photogenic locations in Canberra and why? Instagrammer @carolelvin beautifully photographed these curious kangaroos at Weston Park. #visitcanberra #onegoodthingafteranother

What do you think are the top three most photogenic locations in Canberra and why? Instagrammer @carolelvin beautifully photographed these curious kangaroos at Weston Park. #visitcanberra #onegoodthingafteranother

South of the city centre, Red Hill offers an amazing lookout over many of our national icons and sweeping vistas of Canberra from the south. In autumn, the brilliant reds and oranges of the deciduous trees in the suburbs below are stunning. Thanks to Instagrammer @therealog_88 for capturing this Red Hill view. #visitcanberra

South of the city centre, Red Hill offers an amazing lookout over many of our national icons and sweeping vistas of Canberra from the south. In autumn, the brilliant reds and oranges of the deciduous trees in the suburbs below are stunning. Thanks to Instagrammer @therealog_88 for capturing this Red Hill view. #visitcanberra

Venture into the Namadgi National Park at the northern end of the Australian Alps, just 45 minutes from the city. Take a picnic or bushwalk on the numerous marked trails, and experience native flora and fauna like kangaroos in their natural setting; the Indigenous rock art and Aboriginal shelters are easily accessible. Camping is also option in a pleasant bushland setting with fishing and horse riding permitted in designated areas. Photo: Instagrammer azlinaw #visitcanberra #seeaustralia

Venture into the Namadgi National Park at the northern end of the Australian Alps, just 45 minutes from the city. Take a picnic or bushwalk on the numerous marked trails, and experience native flora and fauna like kangaroos in their natural setting; the Indigenous rock art and Aboriginal shelters are easily accessible. Camping is also option in a pleasant bushland setting with fishing and horse riding permitted in designated areas. Photo: Instagrammer azlinaw #visitcanberra #seeaustralia

“Looking out to Canberra from Big Monks and the track we walked up. Tuggeranong Hill in the foreground; Mt Taylor to the left; and a tiny speck of the tower on Black Mountain waaaay off in the distance.” Thanks to Instagrammer @paint_ing3 for sharing this super shot and tagging #visitcanberra

“Looking out to Canberra from Big Monks and the track we walked up. Tuggeranong Hill in the foreground; Mt Taylor to the left; and a tiny speck of the tower on Black Mountain waaaay off in the distance.” Thanks to Instagrammer @paint_ing3 for sharing this super shot and tagging #visitcanberra

“One of my favourite places to go for a walk in Canberra: the rainforest section of the Botanic Gardens!” Instagrammer @boris.au shared this hidden gem from @ANBGalive. Aside from the spectacular beauty of the Australian National Botanic Gardens, it’s also the only place in the world to see such an extensive and diverse range of Australian native plants in the one location. #visitcanberra #seeaustralia

“One of my favourite places to go for a walk in Canberra: the rainforest section of the Botanic Gardens!” Instagrammer @boris.au shared this hidden gem from @ANBGalive. Aside from the spectacular beauty of the Australian National Botanic Gardens, it’s also the only place in the world to see such an extensive and diverse range of Australian native plants in the one location. #visitcanberra #seeaustralia

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