The Australian War Memorial is Australia's national memorial to the members of all its armed forces and supporting organisations who have died or participated in the wars of the Commonwealth of Australia. The memorial includes an extensive national military museum. The Australian War Memorial is one of Canberra's many National Attractions
National Portrait Gallery
The National Portrait Gallery of Australia is a collection of portraits of prominent Australians that are important in their field of endeavour or whose life sets them apart as an individual of long-term public interest. Located in the bustling heart of Kingston Foreshore, the Portrait Gallery is one of Canberra's many National Attractions
Canberra Glassworks is an Australian gallery and glass art studio open to the general public to view the glass artists working and even create something for yourself to take home. It is the largest dedicated glass studio facility in Australia. Located in the bustling heart of Kingston Foreshore at the Kingston Powerhouse and constructed from 1913-1915, this is Canberra's oldest public building.
The home of Australia’s Parliament and the meeting place of a nation, Parliament House is located on a 32-hectare site on Capital Hill and is the focal point of Canberra, the capital city of Australia. The building is open to the public every day of the year except for Christmas day. Parliament House is one of Canberra's many National Attractions
Old Bus Depot Markets
Lovers of fine hand crafted wares, clothing collectors, food fanatics and jewellery junkies are just a few of the people who make their way to Canberra’s famous Old Bus Depot Markets every Sunday, set in a fabulous old industrial building. Located in the bustling heart of Kingston Foreshore
Manuka Oval's rich and diverse history has proved integral in its continuous use as a sporting venue. With a seating capacity of 13,550, the venue remains the premier site for cricket and AFL events in Canberra.
Belconnen Fresh Food Markets
A vibrant atmosphere among a hub of bustling activity right on your doorstep. A wide selection of speciality stores to source gourmet ingredients, healthy meals, catch up with friends over coffee or lunch at one of the many cafes, bakeries or eateries.
University of Canberra
The University of Canberra is a broadly spread campus in a leafy setting in the suburb of Bruce. A diverse range of services and amenities such as restaurants and pubs, professional businesses, fitness and sporting complexes are easily accessible.
5 minDriving Distance
One of the largest shopping centres in Canberra, featuring around 270 specialty stores. Close to ACTION buses, the city transport system, providing direct access to other parts of the city. Plenty of parking, a movie theatre, and a vibrant restaurant scene make the visit worthwhile.
2 minDriving Distance
Australian Institute of Sport
The sports campus is home to elite athletes, the Australian Sports Commission, and offers a range of visitor experiences. Find out what it takes to become an elite athlete with a behind-the-scenes tour of the AIS. Departing daily at 10.00am, 11.30am, 1.00pm and 2.30pm.
The 250-hectare National Arboretum was created after the 2003 Canberra bushfires is a mosaic of gardens, outdoor sculptures, amphitheatre, cafe, visitor centre, bonsai and penjing pavilion, children’s playground, and a spacious outdoor events space.
You're spoilt for choice in the centre of Canberra. Expect to enjoy a huge range of retail, restaurants, and vibrant nightspots in the heart of the city and the ever changing, popular suburb of Braddon.