Free WiFi now available at the Botanic Gardens

Girl in the botanic gardens on IPad

Canberra's Australian National Botanic Gardens is the latest place connected to CBRfree Public Wi-Fi.

The Canberra community has shown free public Wi-Fi in major town centres and popular venues is highly sought after, with an average of 20,000 unique users per week logging on across the city.

Parks Australia in the Australian Government Department of Environment recognised the benefits of the service and contacted the ACT Government to discuss the possibility of rolling out CBRfree in the Australian National Botanic Gardens.

Tuggeranong is the latest town centre to get connected, and will soon be joined by Gungahlin, Weston Creek and Woden.

CBRfree is also live in Civic East and Civic West, Dickson, Manuka, Belconnen, the Kingston Foreshore and now the Australian National Botanic Gardens.