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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.
This is Canberra’s ultimate fashion destination, with leading brands such as Myer and David Jones.
This is one of Canberra’s largest shopping centers, with around 270 speciality stores.
Find a bargain at Westfield Woden or catch a movie at HOYTS cinema complex.
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.
Italian & Sons
Italian & Sons is a premium restaurant serving contemporary interpretations of essential Italian favorites in an authentic setting.
This Mediterranean cuisine restaurant serves imaginative dishes.
This restaurant brings "New Asian" cuisine to Canberra in a modern venue.
Experience French cuisine at Les Bistronomes, a French bistro.
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.
A focal point of Canberra, Parliament House is the meeting place of the Parliament of Australia.
Old Parliament House
The Old Parliament House is home to the Museum of Australian Democracy and was the seat of Parliament from 1927 to 1988.
High Court of Australia
The High Court of Australia is the highest court in the Australian judicial system.
Questacon is Australia’s leading hands-on science and technology center, with over 200 interactive exhibits.
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.
Big Splash Waterpark
Cool down in the summer months with nine water slides, Splash Island, and pool inflatables. The park is open from mid-November to mid-March.
Parks and Recreation
Lake Burley Griffin
The centerpiece of Canberra, Lake Burley Griffin offers a wide range of recreational activities, from paddleboats to swimming areas.
Australian National Botanic Gardens
Visit the world’s largest collection of Australian native plants.
This is a 40-hectare park that offers something for the whole family, from a wading pool to a miniature train.
Take a stroll through Commonwealth Park, where you will find interesting sculptures and tranquil ponds.