Australians have more reason than most to boast about their capital building, a unique and captivating structure. Visible ... More
Australians have more reason than most to boast about their capital building, a unique and captivating structure. Visible from across the city, the green lawns and white pillars contrast well against the muted bush beyond. Within, the architecture envelops you with its many moods, hidden gardens and expressive geometry. Inside, a collection of more than 4,000 artworks, ranging from historic portrait to contemporary landscape, will amaze the visitor. Guided tours of the building and gardens are available every day and are a great way to acquaint yourself with the subtle mysteries of this exceptional building. Admission: Free.
Parliament house is a great place to go to if your studing law or stuff like that. Watching people argue about things that matter makes you think how much other people care about are enviroment or things like that.Some people find it hard to know what there going on about, but if you liten closly you might know what there talking about.
This restaurant is popular for its great cuisine and reasonable prices. Also worth a look is their takeaway counter, with
its endless supply of freshly baked Pide Bread and dips. The decor is traditional Turkish and at night the ...
Originally known as Beauchamp House, this heritage listed building known as Ian Potter House was constructed in 1927 as a
hostel for female public servants who had been transferred from Melbourne. Later used as a public meeting place, it ...
One of the oldest homesteads in Canberra, Duntroon House was built in 1833 by landowner Robert Campbell. It was originally
a sheep station and is a picture book example of early Australian architecture. The original house was single storey ...