Located around Woolley Street in the Dickson area of Canberra, Canberra's Chinatown is an interest place to explore. Visitors will find a large number of authentic Chinese and Cantonese restaurants here as well as a collection of interesting buildings.
Accommodation comes in all shapes and sizes in this district and as well as luxurious hotels, budget travelers will find cheap places to stay such as Canberra Youth Hostel. A number of tourist attractions can also be found in this part of the city, as well as plenty of bars and restaurants.
Those who love to shop should head to South Canberra's fashion boutiques, shopping arcades and antiques stores. This is an excellent place to eat as there are numerous restaurants to choose from.
Tuggeranong is home to a number of natural attractions such as Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve and visitors can get some fresh air by exploring the walking trails here. After the sun sets, people head to this district to drink in the large, friendly bars and pubs.
The Woden Town district of Canberra is a vibrant entertainment center and features plenty of live music venues and popular jazz clubs. The main attractions in this district include the Cotter Reserve and the Mount Stromlo Observatory.