Sydney It is the capital of Australia and is located north of the territory, housing more than 328,000 inhabitants, its construction was somewhat unusual among the cities of Australia since the construction site was planned as a compromise between the two most important cities; Sydney and Melbourne in a place that was previously inhabited by the natives.
Canberra it is said to be a derivative of the local word Kambera which means “meeting place”. The capital covers about 805.6 square kilometers and although it is 150 kilometers off the east coast of Australia, the Molongo River flows through it, passing through the center. With a continental climate, which is relatively dry where the highest temperatures are recorded during the month of January with 27ºC, July being the coldest month with an average of 11ºC, rainfall is typical in spring and summer, with October and March as The stormy months.
This was built by the winner of a very special international competition, the architect Walter Burley Griffin of Chicago, who was his winner and gave him a garden city style, due to the inclusion of numerous areas with natural vegetation, receiving the nickname of the “Bush Capital”. The city despite having a difficult growth and development due to the period of wars or depressions of the moment, finally managed to become a prosperous city with a high content of culture.