Welcome to Canberra, ladies and gentlemen — the national capital of Australia, where the federal parliament convenes when it feels like it and policy is made on the hop in the
rabbit warrens corridors of power. It is also home to many rabbits.
Few national capitals play host to rabbit warrens on the main boulevard into the CBD.
They are quite the tourist attraction. Isn’t this little kitten gorgeous?
And what about this wily wabbit? It is a little unsure of my presence.
It’s not like it owns the place!
They keep the lawns trimmed and grass cored. However, this rabbit-y ideal faces it biggest threat yet. Myxomatosis? Maybe not. Canberra’s first tram line has just been built. There are plans ahop to extend it — yes, you guessed it — right through the home of the dastardly wabbits.
Poor Bugs, poor Bugs, poor Bugs.
Letters of complaint should be addressed to the
Chief Bunny Prime Minister of Australia and the Chief Bunny Minister of the Australian Capital Territory.