A new guide to finding your ideal city garden city.
This is the first of a three-part series, covering the key points of how to find a garden city in your chosen state.
The first article in the series is dedicated to the ACT, covering key points such as regional travel, climate and local culture.
The second article covers Canberra, Tasmania and the Northern Territory.
The third article is for Queensland, covering regional travel and the beauty of the local area.
Read more about how to go about finding a garden in your state.
ACT and Tasmania are a perfect example of what a garden can look like, and the ACT has been a long-time favourite for those looking for something new.
ACT is the only ACT state to have been declared a national park, and while there are no major tourist attractions in the ACT there are some lovely places to visit such as the Blue Mountains National Park.
There are also some wonderful gardens in the north-west of the ACT.
You’ll find the Blue Mountain National Park is one of the best places to walk the Blue River in the country.
The ACT has a strong farming heritage and produces some very tasty vegetables, and you can visit some of the farms.
In the south-west there is plenty of wildlife in the bush and there are lots of bushwalks to explore.
There is also a thriving garden industry.
There’s an abundance of beautiful trees in the garden city of Canberra, and there is a vibrant local art scene.
Canberra is also the home of the Canberra Zoo, a great attraction.
The zoo is a popular spot for local children to play, and it’s also a great place to relax after work.
Towns and small rural towns can also be excellent places to look for a garden, with good local transport options, a friendly and welcoming staff, a thriving local economy and an abundance in nature.
In Victoria, Melbourne and Canberra, you can also find the Sunshine Coast, and much of the country is covered by the Great Barrier Reef.
The Great Barrier Island is also beautiful, but is only accessible by boat from Tasmania, so it’s not a perfect choice for tourists.
The other major garden cities of the South Australian, Queensland and Western Australian states are Adelaide, Darwin and Perth.
The Sunshine Coast also has a thriving tourism industry.
The Tasmanian capital of Hobart is a great city with a great garden.
Melbourne is another great city for people who love the outdoors.
It’s a great location to travel between cities and towns, with a vibrant nightlife, plenty of parks, great beaches, great public transport, great restaurants and great shopping.
Tasmania is the perfect choice if you’re looking for a quieter, more peaceful city with excellent transport options and great restaurants.
In regional areas, such as Adelaide, Hobart and Darwin, you’ll find plenty of rural options.
You can find plenty to do and see in the Northern Rivers State Park, the Great Smoky Mountains National Parks, the Blue mountains National Park and the Great Dividing Range National Park in South Australia.
Tasmania has a very diverse range of places to explore, with plenty of great places to do all things outdoors, including camping and camping and more.
Tasmania also has some wonderful inland areas including the Sunshine Lakes National Park, The Great Northern Highway, The Eastern Highlands, The Golden Coast, The Kimberley, the Gold Coast, the Eastern Kimberley and the North Coast.
Tasmania’s garden city status means that there is an abundance to explore and plenty of amazing places to discover, from the unique nature reserves of the Northern Waters to the magnificent landscapes of the Sunshine Hills and the Blue Bay National Park to the spectacular Kimberley Plateau.
Towns, small rural communities and small cities can be equally well-served by a garden and the people who live there are keen to share and experience their environment.
Whether you’re a gardener looking for your first home, or a tourist looking to discover a new garden, you’re sure to find something to love in a garden!
Canberra is the capital of Western Australia and the capital city of Australia.
It is a beautiful city with many beautiful gardens and many great places for outdoor fun and recreation.
The Canberra Zoo is a fantastic attraction for children and families, with its large indoor zoo and the zoo is always a great way to explore the zoo, especially during the Easter break.
In Canberra there is also plenty of recreational opportunities, such with the Adventure Park and a host of other local parks and nature trails.
Canberra’s regional nature areas include the Blue Alps National Park where you can see Mount Dandenong, the Mount Isa National Park or the Mount Maunganui National Park which is home to Mount Murray and Mount Koorangi.
There will also be plenty of small towns and rural areas to explore including the Great South Lakes National Parks.
Towns in the Goldfields region of Western Victoria and the Gold Rush Valley are excellent places for exploring local flora and fauna.
Towns like Tampines and Glenelg are also great places if you want