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Where to eat, shop, play and live in Belconnen

Where to eat, shop, play and live in Belconnen

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One of the most populous districts of Canberra, there’s not much you can’t do in Belconnen.

Where to eat, shop, play and live in Woden Valley

Where to eat, shop, play and live in Woden Valley

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Technically the geographical centre of Canberra, Woden Valley sits just beyond the inner south of Canberra, and is home to more than 34,000 residents.

Where to eat, shop, play and live in Yass Valley

Where to eat, shop, play and live in Yass Valley

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The heart of the Canberra district wine region, Yass Valley combines award-winning vineyards, charming towns, wide open spaces and friendly country hospitality.

Where to eat, shop, play and live in Goulburn

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Only an hour down the Hume Highway and on the road to Sydney is Goulburn, where big town convenience meets the laidback lifestyle of a country town.

Where to eat, shop, play and live in Molonglo Valley

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Canberra’s newest and smallest region, Molonglo Valley is close to the city yet sits right in the middle of a stunning natural playground.

Where to eat, shop, play and live in Tuggeranong

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The southernmost town centre of Canberra, Tuggeranong has more than 85,000 residents.

Where to eat, shop, play and live in Gungahlin

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One of Canberra’s fastest growing regions, Gungahlin in Canberra’s north is home to more than 70,000 people.

Where to eat, shop, play and live in Weston Creek

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One of Canberra’s smaller regions, just over 23,000 people call the leafy suburbs of Weston Creek home.

Where to eat, shop, play and live in Queanbeyan

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Just across the ACT border, Queanbeyan is where rural life meets the city buzz.

Where to eat, shop, play and live in South Canberra

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Canberra’s Inner South is home to some of the country’s most impressive houses and the city’s most expensive street, but a wide range of people also call Canberra’s the area home.

Where to eat, shop, play and live in the Cooma Region

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It’s the gateway to Australia’s highest mountains, and you’ve probably driven through the Cooma region in winter on the way to hit the slopes, but it's also home to a vibrant regional community.