Canberra Information Sources and Things To See and Do
Australian Capital Territory - Government website
Australian Institute of Sport (AIS) - This is Australia's premiere sports training institute. Groups, families and the public can visit the institute and see the training.
Address: Leverrier St, Bruce, ACT, 2602
Australian National Botanic Gardens - At these 40 hectare big Gardens you can discover the national and cultural heritage.
Address: Clunies Ross St, Canberra, ACT, 2601
Australian National University
Address: 1st Fl, Union Bldg, Canberra City, ACT, 2601
Australian War Memorial
Address: Treloar Crescent, Campbell, ACT, 2612
Big Splash Waterpark - The waterpark contains 9 slides, 5 pools, child play areas and much more. Enjoy a fun day out at Canberra's Waterpark at Macquarie.
Address: 1 Catchpole St, Macquarie, ACT 2614
Blundells Cottage - The cottage was built approximately 1860 and used to be home to families of farm workers. Today it is a museum and a memorial to the pioneers of the limestone plains.
Address: Wendouree Drive, Lake Burley Griffin, Canberra
Canberra Centre - The shopping centre offers the city's best collection of fashion, lifestyle and food retailers.
Address: Bunda Street, Canberra City, ACT 2608
Canberra Deep Space Communications Complex - The complex has a visitor centre which offers a chance to learn about the role that Australia plays in the exploration of Space.
Address: 421 Discovery Drive, Tidbinbilla, Act, 2609
Address: Yamba Drive, Garran, ACT, 2605
Canberra Stadium - The Stadium is a sports venue in with a seating capacity of over 25,000.
Address: Battye St, Bruce ACT, 2617
Canberra Theatre Centre - This is Canberra's premier performing arts venue. The theatre contains the Canberra Theatre (1,244 seats), the Playhouse (618 seats) and the Courtyard Studio (up to 90 seats).
Address: London Circuit, Civic Square, Canberra, ACT, 2608
Canberra tourist site
Cockington Green Gardens - In approximately 20min by car you can reach the Cockington Green Gardens from Canberra. The gardens feature displays of miniature buildings set within the beautifully landscape..
Address: 11 Gold Creek Rd, Nicholls, ACT, 2913
CSIRO Discovery Centre - It offers and interactive journey through CSIRO and Australian science history.
Address: North Science Road, Canberra, ACT, 2004
High Court of Australia - The high court was established in 1901 and it's functions are to interpret and apply the law of Australia. It is the highest court in the Australian judicial system. You can visit the building of the High Court which is a favourite tourist attraction.
Address: High Court of Australia, Parkes Place, Canberra, ACT, 2600
Museum of Australian Democracy - The museum is located at the old Parliament house. It helps the people to understand Australia's social and political history by interpreting the past and the present and exploring the furture.
Address: 18 King George Terrace, Parkes, ACT 2600
National Gallery of Australia - The Gallery features indigenous art, Australian art, Asian art, European and American art and Pacific art. The Gallery also has a sculpture garden and a library collection.
Address: Parkes Place, Canberra, ACT, 2600
National Library of Australia - Australia' largest reference library featuring documentary resources of national significance relating to Australia and non-Australian library materials.
Address: Parkes Pl, Parkes, ACT, 2600
National Zoo & Aquarium - Australia's only combined Zoo and Aquarium, and is sited on approximately 7 hectares of land, featuring various native and exotic animals and has the largest inland saltwater tank in Australia.
Address: Lady Denman Drive, Scrivener Dam Yarralumla, Canberra, ACT, 2611
Parliament House Canberra
Address: Capital Hill, ACT, 2620, Australia
Website of the Parliament of Australia: http://www.aph.gov.au/
Questacon - Australia's National Science and Technology Centre - Questacon was set up to inspire people, especially young people with science and technology. They offer real time experiences trough hands-on exhibits. A great experience to enjoy science and technology instead of studying books.
Address: King Edward Terrace, Canberra, ACT 2600
St John the Baptist Church and Schoolhouse Museum - The church is situated next to the schoolhouse. The church has a beautiful interior. The Schoolhouse was built in 1845 and today it is used as a museum.
Address: 43 Constitution Ave, Reid, ACT, 2612
Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve - In a 40min drive from Canberra's city centre you can find fourteen diverse and protected habitats including wetlands, grasslands, forests and much more.
Address: Tidbinbilla Road, Tidbinbilla, ACT, 2620