ACT Attractions

Canberra Walk In Aviary

Canberra Walk In Aviary

   Opens at 10:00:AM

Nicholls

Canberra Walk in Aviary is a must for the bird lover -home to nearly 600 friendly free flying birds from Australia and around the world. Observe, photograph and feed the birds as they fly around the l...
Explore what it means to be an Australian. The National Museum is the first in the country devoted to the stories of Australia and Australians, exploring the key issues, events and people that have sh...
Created in 1963 after the Molonglo River was dammed, Lake Burley Griffin is Canberra's centerpiece, named after the American architect Walter Burley Griffin who won the design competition for the city...
An acronym for the Australian New Zealand Army Corps, the ANZACs are highly respected in Australia for their spirit of dedication, courage, mateship and sacrifice. Each year, ANZAC soldiers are commem...
Located 45 minutes’ drive south of the city at the northern end of the Australian Alps, Namadgi National Park is 105 900 hectares and makes up more than half of the ACT. It has eight peaks higher than...
Lake Burley Griffin is one of the most popular fishing locations in the Australian Capital Territory, the most common catch being carp. Additionally, catches such as Murray cod, silver perch, rainbow ...
Cockington Green Gardens in Nicholls is all about the little things - quite literally. A delightful display of carefully created miniature buildings are what's on show at Cockington Green Gardens, set...
If politics should make an appearance throughout your holiday, it is best experienced in the form of a trip to Australia’s Parliament House, one of Canberra’s most popular attractions. Opened in 1988 ...
One of Canberra's most popular tourist attractions, Questacon is a hands on science centre in Canberra. Aimed primarily at children it explains many scientific "mysteries" such as how electricity is g...
Mount Stromlo Observatory, located approximately 18 km southwest of Canberra, is the headquarters of the Research School of Astronomy and Astrophysics. After a devastating fire in 2003 destroyed works...
Home to more than 100 000 works of art across four main areas: Australian art, Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander art, Asian art and International art. Works in the gallery are part of Australia's na...
Housing the largest display of prehistoric material in Australia, the National Dinosaur Museum is an award winning tourist destination in Nicholls. With 23 skeletons and more than 300 fossils on displ...
The National Zoo & Aquarium is Australia's only combined zoo and aquarium. With a wide variety of both native and exotic animals, as well as the largest inland saltwater tank in Australia! Make a day ...
The National Portrait Gallery aims to increase the understanding of the Australian people, their identity, history and culture. The new National Portrait Gallery building, situated on King Edward T...