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Queanbeyan Tourist Information & Travel Guide

If your plan is to have a quiet holiday free of noise but abundant with fun and activities, then you need to plan to holiday in Queanbeyan City, New South Wales, Australia. With a population slightly over 34,000, Queanbeyan, which is aboriginal for clear waters, has some interesting features and events that you may not afford to miss.

 

Although with a small population, the city boasts of Riverside Plaza, a large shopping center that supplies the region with all necessities. It also has small specialty stores and fast food outlets that serve varied cuisine. The city flourished because of the gold, silver and lead that came to be discovered around the city in 1851. The city is accessible by railway a railway line that connects it with Canberra and Sydney. On landing at Sydney Airport, board a scheduled Countrylink Xplorer train service to either Canberra or Bombala and alight at the city.
Apart from the light manufacturing industries, the city boasts of the Queanbeyan Solar Farm with over 700 Solar Panels that generate about 50 kW that is channeled into the national grid. If you are sporty, you will certainly enjoy watching city’s Blues and Kangaroos Rugby teams battle it out. You will also have the opportunity to visit the over 100 years old Queanbeyan Show that is held at the showground where livestock exhibitions, art/craft displays and equestrian events are held. The city’s Convoy for Kids show is also held at the grounds every February. Watch as commercial vehicles, trucks, prime movers and bushfire brigade vehicles converge at the showground and wait for the hooting whose sound can be heard miles away.
If you happen to be holidaying in the city from early December, then prepare for the annual Festival of Ability that is held on 3rd December as part of celebrations to mark International Day of Persons with Disabilities. The city is also home to varied theatre groups that stage regular performances. You can take the opportunity to sample some of the region’s fine art. Do spare some day to walk through the city, sampling the various memorial stones erected within it. Do not forget to have a look at the historical Queanbeyan suspension footbridge.
Accommodation in Queanbeyan is relatively cheap. Apart from the various hotels and motels that provide high quality service including international and local cuisine, other low cost accommodation establishments are also available. Although you may opt to book accommodation online, you may also wish to do so immediately on your arrival. The local tourist information center has all the information you will need, including the best hotels.
Queanbeyan city has adequate transportation and you may not need to hire a tour car. You are at liberty to use the services of tour planners within the city who organize varied tours to your satisfaction. However, you may choose to hire a tour car for your own adventure, including to neighboring areas that also have scenic features. In planning to travel to Australia and eventually to Queanbeyan City, just ensure that your travel documents are in order. You may pay a visit to your local Australian Commission to ascertain the travel documents you are obligated to have.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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