Home to around 380,000 people, Canberra is a planned city and the nation’s capital since 1908. Canberra is home to some of the nation’s most important historic and cultural attractions including the Australian War Memorial, Parliament House, the National Gallery of Australia, the National Library of Australia and the National Museum of Australia. Canberra is a great destination for food lovers and hosts a variety of food markets, wineries, two boutique breweries and a range of cafes and restaurants. The Canberra district wine region is home to 140 vineyards. More than 33 of these are all within a 35 minute drive of Canberra. Canberra is also a fantastic base to explore the beautiful surrounding regions – the south coast, historic townships and the famous Snowy Mountains. For outdoor lovers, Canberra’s crisp air and sunny skies make for the perfect picnic weather and the cities walking paths which surround the lakes are easily accessible for a relaxing afternoon bike ride. The bush and parkland is well integrated into the nation’s capital and you can hike, bird-watch or picnic within some of Canberra’s native parks – Black Mountain, Mt Taylor and Mt Ainslie.
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Airport Retail Enterprises is a well-established and successful Australian owned and operated business operating airport food and beverage concessions across Australia in ...
Preferred candidates will be required to have:*Maintenancel trade qualification*Experience in the maintenance and trouble shooting