The Australian War Memorial is a must visit and it’s a free attraction in Canberra. You will learn about the history of Australian soldiers who participated and died in the World War.
You will come across the Wall of Remembrance which is in bronze panels and it has more than 100,000 names of deceased soldiers who died in the war.
World-class establishment, consisting of cubic concrete structure, the National Gallery of Australia is Australia’s largest art museum and holds over 165,000 works of art found in Canberra.
On the shore of Lake Burley Griffin, The National Museum of Australia, indigenous history and culture, preserves and interprets Australia’s social history
Opened in 1970, Heritage-listed National Botanical Garden is on the lower slopes of Black Mountain, home to an extensive collection of native plants is located in Acton, Canberra.
Take guided tour of the Parliament House to understand Australian history, to understand how parliament functions, fascinating details about the building, and many more hidden facts and truths.