August 10, 2007, Newsletter Issue #215: Getting Around

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Getting Around Canberra
The airport is 7km (4mi) south-east of the city centre. You can get a shutttle minibus to the Jolimont Centre in town and to various hotels for about $5, or catch a cab to the city for about $7.
Public transport in Canberra means the Action bus - the Australian Capital Territory Internal Omnibus Network! It´s not much chop - services are rather sparse and practically non-existent on Sundays or after 10pm. You´re much better off on a bicycle if you´re energetic (Canberra has an excellent network of bike paths which allow you to avoid the traffic pretty much anywhere you´re going) or, if you´re not, with a car.

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