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On your next trip to the capital, make sure you spend time on or around beautiful Lake Burley Griffin in the centre of Canberra. The lake covers 664 hectares with a shoreline of 40.5 kilometres, so you have plenty of room to walk, run, sail, kayak or ride like Instagrammer @kyla_upton did. #visitcanberra

Explore the National Arboretum Canberra your way – walk, run, cycle or drive a car through the 250 hectares of rolling hills close to the city. Just 6km from the city centre, the arboretum has spectacular views of the city, Lake Burley Griffin and surrounding forests. Instagrammer @loveateverybite shared this gorgeous image with us using #visitcanberra.

This spectacular summer image was captured by Instagrammer peggy_alice at Lake Burley Griffin in the heart of Canberra! Thanks for sharing and tagging #visitcanberra

Explore the National Arboretum your way – walk, run, cycle, or drive through the 250 hectares of rolling hills close to the city. Did you know walking and riding trails weave through the forests of rare, endangered and symbolic trees, ranging from 20 to 90 minutes long? Photo by Instagrammer @oysta. #visitcanberra

We adore this photo of Lake Tuggeranong at sunrise captured by Instagrammer themarkparton!

This sensational sunrise was captured by Instagrammer eilleene4 at Lake Tuggeranong!

The amazing view down over the national capital from Mount Ainslie was captured perfectly by Instagrammer jolyonbird! #visitcanberra

This pastel perfection is Instagrammer purepositiveaus' reward for getting out of bed early to go for a run in the national capital!

This sensational sunset shot of Lake Burley Griffin was taken by Instagrammer travislongmore!

“So many people don't realize how amazing Canberra is; this is my third trip to our capital for work and I love it more every time.” Professional Instagrammer @laurenepbath is in Canberra working with @HotelKurrajong but found time to visit the world-renowned Australian War Memorial. Many visitors like to place a poppy on the Roll of Honour to remember the ultimate sacrifice made by Australian servicemen and women and stay for the moving Last Post closing ceremony. #visitcanberra…

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