Bruce Elder uses the capital's newest hotel as a base for a weekend of browsing and grazing.
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With phantom companions never far away, Julie Miller searches the nation for its most haunted locations.
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The costs and crowds during school holidays make it tempting for parents to take children out of class to travel during term time.
The action in Australia's political and national capital is centred around Parliament House, reflected spectacularly at night in Lake Burley Griffin. This city is not solely about politics; it is surrounded in national parks that you can hike, bike or ride; and some of the nation's best art exhibitions pass through its galleries. On weekends, poke around its markets and graze some of the area's best produce.