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|Publisher:||Canberra : Australian National University Press|
Canberra is recognised as one of the world's most successful examples of planned city development. In sixty years it has grown from a collection of surveyors' tents to Australia's largest inland city. Because it has developed so rapidly most of Canberra's 200,000 citizens were born elsewhere. This book attempts to capture some aspects of life in Canberra - the buildings, the seasons, people at work and play, the countryside - so that residents of the national capital can give an impression of its moods and lifestyle to relatives and friends far away.
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