Canberra Points of Interest and Places to Visit


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Australian War Memorial

4.5 star rating: Recommended 177 Reviews

One of Australia's most popular museums can be found at the Australian War Memorial. A visit to the mosaic Hall of the Memory and Commemorative Courtyard ...  Read more

Snowy Valley

4.5 star rating: Recommended 20 Reviews

Perched on the edge of Lake Jindabyne in the Australian Alps, the Snowy Valley Resort is a popular ski lodge near Kosciuszko National Park, over the border ...  Read more

National Museum of Australia

4.5 star rating: Recommended 178 Reviews

The National Museum of Australia explores national identity and heritage in a hugely kid-friendly and fun way. Like a big abstract Australian storybook, ...  Read more

Australian Parliament House

4.5 star rating: Recommended 171 Reviews

Canberra has two parliament houses: the Art Deco 1920s Old Parliament House and Canberra’s focal point, the new 1980s Parliament House. Dug into the ...  Read more

National Gallery of Australia

4.5 star rating: Recommended 171 Reviews

The National Gallery of Australia has a stunning permanent collection of Australian and international art, and hosts traveling exhibitions.  The permanent ...  Read more

Questacon: Australia's National Science and Technology Centre

2 star rating: It was OK, but could have been better 1 Review

Science is hands-on and cool at Questacon: Australia's National Science and Technology Centre, where educational experiments and displays show kids everything ...  Read more

Australian Institute of Sport

Want to get a look inside how elite Australian athletes train? Stop by the Australian Institute of Sport (AIS) in Canberra to experience what it’s like to ...  Read more

Australian National Botanic Gardens

Bringing together plants from around the country, Canberra’s Australian National Botanic Gardens are an inspirational and relaxing destination on the city’s ...  Read more

Canberra Deep Space Communication Complex

Just outside of Canberra, the Canberra Deep Space Communication Complex is our link to outer space. Owned by NASA and managed by CSIRO, the Canberra Deep Space ...  Read more

Captain Cook Memorial Fountain

In 1770, when Captain James Cook first sighted Australia and landed at Botany Bay, the height of the mast of his ship, Endeavor, was 129 feet. Imagine what he ...  Read more

Cockington Green Gardens

Take a trip around the world at Cockington Green Gardens in Canberra. The expansive outdoor exhibit transports travelers across the globe with its ...  Read more

Commonwealth Park

With its sculptures, bike trails, walking paths, and ponds, Commonwealth Park is one of Canberra’s best public gathering places. The park sprawls across the ...  Read more

High Court of Australia

Anyone standing in the Parliamentary Triangle will notice the High Court of Australia. A towering building of concrete and glass that rises 130 feet, the ...  Read more

Lake Burley Griffin

The idyllic counterpoint to Canberra’s political center, the manmade Lake Burley Griffin stretches over 664 hectares right at the heart of the capital. Formed ...  Read more

Mt Ainslie

The city of Canberra was master-planned by an American designer from Chicago, but you will never recognize the genius of his plan until you see it from the ...  Read more

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