Navitas Professional offers internship programs in all major Australian cities, allowing you to choose the ideal city in which to complete the program. The participants have the flexibility to transfer between locations should they wish to study and undertake the internship in different cities.
Canberra is situated between Sydney and Melbourne, and close to half a million people call it home. It is an exciting city with world-class wining and dining, iconic national attractions or breathtaking adventures in the great outdoors.
Canberra has a calendar filled with events that offer something to suit every taste. From the annual flower festival, Floriade to the stunning display of hot air balloons at the Canberra Balloon Spectacular and everything in the middle, you are bound to find something that you fancy. For more information, visit canberra.com.au
Essential information about living and travelling in Canberra
Find out as much information as you can about your accommodation and transport options before arriving.
Navitas Professional offers internship programs in Canberra out of:
Building 5, Level A
University of Canberra
Bruce ACT 2617
The Canberra Campus is conveniently located in the University of Canberra grounds. Buses run from the Belconnen Community Bus Station frequently, and it is only a 6-minute bus ride from there. There is a number of TransACT bus routes that go past the campus on College Street, making the commute a breeze.
5 things to see or do in Canberra
Take a trip to the home of Australia's Parliament and the meeting place of a nation, Australian Parliament House offers you a unique experience.
Visit the Australian War Memorial – it is a shrine, a world-class museum, and an extensive archive that will give you insights on Australian history.
Go rowing, kayaking, sailing, paddle boarding or fishing on Lake Burley Griffin, or pack a picnic to sit by one of the gorgeous parks around it.
Go up to Mount Ainslie Lookout – it gives you an amazing view of Canberra from the top. While there, look out for the kangaroos and hares.
Do not miss the Australian National Botanic Gardens – they have native plants from all parts of Australia, and endangered species are under cultivation.