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Autumn in Canberra

Autumn in Canberra is a spectacular show of colour. Photo: Michelle Kroll.

Few could argue with the fact that Canberra’s streets are spectacular in autumn.

A drive through some of our leafy suburbs is nothing less than a delight as the green hues of summer turn into autumnal gold.

After a hiatus last year, Canberra Tree Week is back, with great events happening across the ACT to encourage Canberrans to appreciate and celebrate our local trees.

Minister for City Services Chris Steel said Canberra’s extensive urban forest is a big part of what makes our city so special – particularly at this time of year.

“Tree Week is a chance to celebrate our trees and appreciate them as one of our community’s greatest shared assets,” Mr…



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