At the heart of South West New South Wales, amidst the vast, diverse landscapes, lies Canberra, Australia’s “Bush Capital” – not just a city, but a living, breathing community.
At Freedom Retractable Screens, we like to think we understand that community better than most. That’s why we have our dealership situated right in the heart of the region, servicing home owners and businesses with only the highest quality retractable fly screens in the business.
In this harsh, yet gorgeous, natural bush environment, many residents will attest to its beauty while respecting the tradeoff of living in natures wonderland. This is where Freedom shines. Made for the harshest conditions our Australian outback has to offer, they’re designed with an elegance no other screen can match.
No more midgies, no more flies. Keep the bush and the bugs where they belong, while taking in the majesty of those spectacular views with your doors wide open living the true Aussie lifestyle.
The South West NSW Country & Snowy Mountains District
Canberra is more than just the region’s hub; it’s a home that invites you to immerse yourself in its unique lifestyle and rhythm.
Nestled within the Brindabella Ranges and framed by rolling hills and native bushland, Canberra is a city where natural beauty is not a distant vista, but part of everyday life. With Lake Burley Griffin at its heart, residents enjoy leisurely lakeside strolls, weekend picnics, and vibrant festivals that bring the community together.
Canberra is a city designed for living. Its unique layout, with wide boulevards, large public spaces, and a blend of modern and heritage architecture, creates an environment that promotes both community and individuality. Local landmarks like Mount Ainslie and Black Mountain aren’t just tourist attractions; they are beloved spots for residents to reconnect with nature, exercise, or simply soak up the panoramic views.
Living in Canberra means being part of a culturally rich community. The city’s institutions like the National Gallery of Australia and the Australian War Memorial are not just landmarks but integral parts of the city’s cultural and educational landscape. They offer a myriad of programmes and events that engage residents and encourage lifelong learning.
Canberra’s food scene reflects the region’s agricultural bounty. From the fresh produce at local farmers’ markets to the award-winning wines of the region’s cool-climate vineyards, residents savour the taste of South West NSW on their doorstep. The city’s dining scene ranges from gourmet restaurants to cozy cafés, offering a diversity of culinary experiences that cater to every palate.
Beyond Canberra, South West NSW is home to charming country towns like Yass, Goulburn, and Wagga Wagga. These close-knit communities offer a slower pace of life, where neighbours know each other by name, and the sense of regional camaraderie is tangible.
The region is also an outdoor lover’s paradise. From bushwalking in the Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve to skiing in the Snowy Mountains, recreational activities are always within reach. Living here means weekends spent exploring the Murrumbidgee River, birdwatching in the wetlands, or simply unwinding amidst nature.
Living in Canberra and the South West NSW region offers a unique blend of city living and regional charm. It’s a place that balances modern amenities with a close-knit community spirit, framed by the spectacular beauty of the Australian landscape. It’s more than just a place to live; it’s a place to belong. Welcome to Canberra and South West NSW, where life unfolds in harmony with nature and community.