For those new / visiting this city we thought we’d outline a few of the more popular tourist attractions. This is by no means a comprehensive list but more a “newbies guide” to Canberra. If you’re lucky enough to know someone here, fully recommend hitting them up for the best parks, bars restraunts etc… so here are the top tourist attractions in Canberra.

Australian War Memorial The Australian War Memorial is one of Canberra’s most culturally significant and highly regarded attractions. It is a national memorial to the members of the Australian armed forces who have died or served in wars, conflicts, and peacekeeping operations around the world. The memorial’s displays include an extensive collection of military equipment, photographs, and personal memorabilia, as well as a tomb of the unknown soldier.
For more information, Visit the official site here or Or our article Here.

National Gallery of Australia The National Gallery of Australia houses an extensive collection of Australian and international art, including paintings, sculptures, and photographs. It is home to some of the country’s most iconic artworks, such as Jackson Pollock’s “Blue Poles” and Sidney Nolan’s “Ned Kelly” series.

Questacon Questacon is Australia’s national science and technology center, and it is a great attraction for both kids and adults. Visitors can explore over 200 interactive exhibits, participate in live science shows, and learn about everything from astronomy and physics to biology and robotics.

Parliament House Parliament House is the home of the Australian government, and visitors can tour the building and learn about the country’s political system. The building’s architecture is stunning, with a large flagpole standing at its centre, and it is situated on a hill with beautiful views of the city.

Old Parliament House / Museum of Australian Democracy Another great stop for those interested in the history of Australian politics and our parliament. Lots of great portraits, and the architecture of the building itself is phenomenal. For a more detailed article click HERE or visit the Old Parliament House website for more information.

Australian National Botanic Gardens The Australian National Botanic Gardens are a plant lovers paradise in the heart of the city. Featuring over 6,000 species of native Australian plants, lush gardens and a great place for functions, meetups and to learn about Australias Flora. Be sure to check out the official website HERE

Lake Burley Griffin Lake Burley Griffin is a man-made lake located in the heart of Canberra, and it is a popular destination for water sports, cycling, and picnicking. Visitors can take a leisurely stroll around the lake or hire a paddleboat to explore its waters.

Australian Institute of Sport The Australian Institute of Sport is an elite sports training facility, and visitors can take a tour of the center and learn about the country’s top athletes and their training routines. The center also features a museum dedicated to Australian sporting history.

National Museum of Australia The National Museum of Australia tells the story of the country’s history and culture, from its Aboriginal heritage to its modern-day society. Visitors can explore a range of exhibits, including interactive displays and multimedia presentations.

Mount Ainslie Lookout Mount Ainslie Lookout offers spectacular views of Canberra and the surrounding countryside. Visitors can take a leisurely hike up the mountain or drive to the top to enjoy the views.

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