Canberra, the Australian capital, is the seventh city of the country. The name "Canberra" means meeting point in ngunawal, the aboriginal language of the city.
In the metropolis, political, cultural and social infrastructures are concentrated. Canberra is the biggest city non-coastal of Australia. Canberra's districts are: Canberra Central, Woden Valley, Belconnen, Weston Creek, Tuggeranong, Gungahlin, Molonglo Valley.
If you visit the city, don't miss its famous landmarks: Cameron Offices, Belconnen, Mount Stromlo Observatory, National Gallery of Australia, Old Parliament House, Parliament House, Royal Australian Mint...
Canberra is an international city, and a lot of foreign people live there. So you'll find very different types of food: Asian, European, American and also African. There are also a lot of different brunches in the city.
Brunch in Canberra with friends or family, during the weeks or the weekend, it's possible all the year! A lot of restaurants are opened! That's why TopBrunch choose the best addresses for you. Best brunches in Canberra: this is our top!