Canberra is Australia’s largest inland city. Must-do lists include visiting the Australian Parliament building, observing the moving Last Post ceremony at the Australian War Memorial, taking a hot air balloon ride across the city and taking a walk around Lake Burley-Griffin and visiting the National Library and the National Art Gallery.
To start have a look at:
CANBERRA AND REGION VISITOR INFORMATION CENTRE
Regatta Point, Barrine Drive, Parkes ACT 2600
Ph 1300 554 114
Open 9am-5pm weekdays
Open 9am-4pm weekends and public holidays
Closed Christmas Day
Limited one-hour free parking, with designated free all-day parking available to park caravans, camper trailers, coaches and RVs. Free Wi-Fi is also available.
“Co-located with the National Capital Exhibition at Regatta Point, the Visitor Information Centre also offers bike and e-scooter hire. Be sure to explore the shop full of local produce, handcrafted gifts, hampers and popular souvenirs.“
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