High-rating Australian television collection Travel Guides comes to Canberra tonight (2 April) for its ultimate episode of the season – shining a national highlight on the various bush capital’s pinnacle attractions, along with Jamala Wildlife Lodge, Parliament House, Floriade, GoBoat, and the Australian Institute of Sport.

The humorous Nine Network reality collection’s closing week topped its time slot with 915,000 viewers, and this week, it is out to find out if “there’s greater to Canberra than pollies and public servants.”

The five unique groups of ordinary Aussies turned journey critics will explore the sights of our metropolis and indulge in various antics along the way.

On a visit to Parliament House, we can see the famous Fren’s own family from Newcastle uncover the mystery of the lack of Prime Ministerial graphics earlier than “rolling down the constructing’s grassy roof on their bellies.”

CanberraThen they’ll drop into the Australian Institute of Sport, where viewers can see if they can tell the difference between the Frens and the state’s elite athletes.

Filming for the episode took place between September 22 and 30, during Floriade’s final 12 months, but it’s been kept under wraps until now.

VisitCanberra Director Jonathan Kobus sees the fact display’s visit to Canberra as an excellent manner to showcase the town’s attractions.

“Being featured on Travel Guides is a terrific manner for Canberra to reveal the range of studies our metropolis gives several audiences,” Mr. Kobus said.

“And having the show display on Budget Day shows there’s more to Canberra than politics. We’re hopeful the Travel Guides target audience will see that too.”

For the guides, it’s all about having amusement while they work out how many stars to give their Canberra vacation.

Twin sisters Stack and Mel accidentally leave their mark on Floriade as a way to take an appropriate selfie while at night, they hit “terrifying heights” at the Ferris wheel at Floriade’s NightFest.

Best friends Kev, Dorian, and Teng add to the action after having an unlikely romantic encounter in the basket of a hot-air balloon as they take Canberra’s perspectives.

The guides will even discover Canberra’s ‘wild aspect’ as they spend the night at Jamala Wildlife Lodge and discover what it is like to sleep near cheetahs, lions, and tigers.

Some of Canberra’s greater infamous attractions are also worth a look at.

“Driving throughout the metropolis, the spotlight for some is a glimpse of the capital’s most infamous, and phallic-fashioned, outdoor sculpture,” says the program’s exposure unit.

On their final day in Canberra, the courses captain a GoBoat on Lake Burley Griffin, but perhaps no longer tremendously; the Fren family’s navigation talents leave loads to be desired.

The Travel Guides Canberra episode will air on Channel Nine the next night (2 April) at 8:40 p.m.

Below is a promotional video of the episode sourced from Nine’s Travel Guides Facebook website.