13 Top Attractions in Canberra


Canberra is Australia's capital, largest inland city, and the most well-planned city, located halfway between Sydney and Melbourne. The city is a haven for the  cognoscente and those interested in history.

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You will be stunned to know huge number of fantastic attractions and places to see in Canberra

New Parliament House


Take a guided tour of Parliament House to learn about Australian history, how parliament works, fascinating details about the structure, and other facts and truths.

Old Parliament House


This heritage building is a now museum of social and political history to understand the past, present and exploring the future of Australia.



Enjoy the interactive science displays, cutting-edge technology in its exhibits, and do-it-yourself experiments designed for fun and inspiration.

Mount Ainslie Lookout


Mount Ainslie boasts astonishing panoramic views of Anzac Parade, central Canberra, Old and new Parliament House.

Black Mountain Tower


The park is full of winding paths, marked walking trails along with native plants, and it has an observation deck that offers stunning views  city

The National Carillon


The National Carillon is a bell tower housing 57 bells, was a gift to the people of Australia from the British Government to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the national capital.