Landmarks in Canberra

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  • Black Mountain Tower (Telstra Tower)

    Black Mountain Tower (Telstra Tower)

    The Black Mountain Tower stands tall at 195 metres above the summit of the beautiful Black Mountain. From a viewing platform, the tower provides spectacular 360 degree night and day views of Canberra. One of the major attractions at the Black Mountain Tower is Alto, the tower’s revolving restaurant. Don’t ...

    Monument Landmark
  • Australian War Memorial

    Australian War Memorial

    Australian War Memorial, Australia’s national memorial to all members of its armed forces, is also one of the greatest museums in the world. The museum unfolds the story of Australia’s military history from the Federation days to the present and sheds light on all the events and people who helped ...

    Landmark Museum
  • Parliament House

    Parliament House

    A tour of the Parliament House in Canberra is sure to be an interesting and informative one. The home of Australia’s Parliament is located on Capital Hill and boasts of immaculate architecture, beautiful landscaping and an impressive art collection. A free guide service takes you around the spectacular Parliament House ...

  • National Library of Australia

    National Library of Australia

    Be prepared to lose yourself in the vast collection at the many galleries at the National Library of Australia. Know all about Australia and its people as you go through the books, magazines, photographs, audio and video recordings and ephemera. The collection covers a wide range of themes including music, ...

    Landmark Cultural
  • National Gallery of Australia

    National Gallery of Australia

    The largest art museum of and in Australia- the National Gallery of Australia is definitely a must-not-miss. The gallery boasts of more than 1,66,000 works of art from all over the world including works by Picasso and Monet and the controversially bought Blue Poles by Jackson Pollock.

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    Museum Landmark
  • National Carillon

    National Carillon

    An architectural landmark and a unique musical instrument, the National Carillon is a 50-metre high structure with 55 bronze bells. It is one of the largest musical instruments in the world, with the bronze bells weighing about 7 kg each.

    Gifted to the people of Australia by the ...