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Cities in Australian Capital Territory, Australia
City: # City: #
Acton2 Hawker1
Ainslie2 Higgins3
Amaroo2 Holder3
Barton4 HOLT3
Belconnen20 Hughes2
Bonython2 Kaleen1
Braddon13 KAMBAH6
Brisbane2 Katoomba1
Bruce1 Kingston4
campbell5 Latham2
Canberra140 Lyneham2
Chapman3 Macgregor2
charnwood1 melba2
Chisholm2 Monash,2
Conder1 Narrabundah2
Cook3 Nicholls2
Curtin5 oconnor1
Darwin1 O´Conner4
Dickson8 Palmerston2
Downer2 Pearce1
Dunlop3 queanbeyan2
Flynn2 Red Hill2
Forrest3 RIVETT ACT5
Fraser2 Stirling2
Garran1 sydney5
Gilmore1 Tuggeranong6
giralang3 Turner6
GORDON3 wamboin1
Greenway ACT2 Wanniassa3
Griffith1 Waramanga2
Gungahlin7 Watson8
Hackett3 Weston Creek6
Info about Australian Capital Territory, Australia
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Introduction

The Australian Capital Territory (ACT) is the capital territory of the Commonwealth of Australia and its smallest self-governing internal territory. It is an inland enclave in New South Wales, situated in bushland.

The ACT was conceived during the federation conventions of the late 1800s as neutral location for a new National Capital. The Australian Constitution provided that following Federation in 1901, land would be ceded to the new Federal Government. The Territory was transferred to the Commonwealth by the state of New South Wales in 1911, and construction of the capital, Canberra, began in 1913.



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Neighbor regions/States: Canberra is surrounded by New South Wales. The city of Queanbeyan is virtually a suburb of Canberra but just across the border.

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Last postings about Australian Capital Territory Australia from other users
 
youngp wrote:

It is the NAtional Capital, very new and quite interesting. The Australian Institute of Sport is here. Great bushwalking and lots of attractions which are free.


aaronabroad wrote:

The Nations Capital. Museums, Parliment, stuff.... Skiing in the winter


superando wrote:

i've a golf course over my back fence, there are a few good pubs and clubs here. there's heaps of stuff to see and do, none of it's real interesting though



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