Area Attractions

Experiences Canberra Tourist Attractions Take advantage by escaping between worlds, as there is plenty to keep you occupied while visiting Hyatt Hotel Canberra. Whether you're an exercise enthusiast, a shopping buff, a visitor to museums and galleries or a relaxation addict, we've got just the right activity for you and your family. Curated Events Afternoon Tea Enjoy a decadent afternoon tea in the heritage listed Tea Lounge.





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Hyatt Hotel Canberra - A Park Hyatt Hotel

120 Commonwealth Avenue
Canberra, New South Wales, Australia, 2600



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Art + Design

National Library of Australia

The library is home to one of the world’s most remarkable collections of material relating to Australia and Australia’s people, from historic maps to manuscripts.

National Gallery of Australia

The Gallery is one of Australia’s largest art museums, holding the largest display of Australian indigenous art in the world.

The National Museum of Australia

The museum explores key issues, people, and events that have shaped Australia’s social history.

The National Portrait Gallery

The gallery is a collection of over 400 portraits of prominent Australians. You'll gain a greater understanding of their identity through portraiture.


Canberra Outlet Centre

Canberra Outlet Centre offers up to 70% off across all factory and home-center retailers with some of Australia’s top fashion brands.

Culinary Scene

Historic Sites and Monuments

The Australian War Memorial

Bringing together a world-class museum and shrine, The Australian War Memorial is a national memorial to the members of armed forces and supporting organizations who have participated in wars.

Family Activities

Canberra Reptile Zoo

Visit some of Australia’s largest and deadliest reptiles, including the world’s most venomous snakes. The zoo focuses on education and awareness.

National Dinosaur Museum

Discover lifelike models in the landscaped Dinosaur Garden, at one of the largest permanent displays of dinosaurs and prehistoric life in Australia.

Parks and Recreation