The Lodge we had to have: Canberra's famous, empty home

By Doug Dingwall & Sally Pryor
Updated December 26 2018 - 12:30pm, first published December 25 2018 - 1:01pm

A two-decade trend is diminishing Canberra's role hosting the prime minister as Scott Morrison follows recent leaders choosing to stay in Sydney. The national capital's most famous address sits empty for large parts of the year while Morrison becomes the third prime minister since 1996 to split his time between The Lodge and Australia's largest city.

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