What to see in Canberra?

Canberra, the capital of Australia, is a cultural reference for its number of museums, zoos and exhibitions. Then, we want to tell you 6 essential places of Canberra and some activities to do.

The 6 essential places of Canberra

1-. It is important to visit the Australian Parliament. This is located on top of a hill surrounded by nature. You have two options: walk the road autonomously or opt for a free guided tour.

2-. Secondly, you can visit the National Museum of Australia, located on the shore of the lake. It has an architecture reminiscent of a huge network of ropes. Fortunately, the admission is free.

3-. Do not forget to walk along the Lake Burley Griffin, a lake created on the Molonglo River. We recommend you enjoy the sunset and relax for a while or play sports.

4-. Also, you can visit the Old Parliament House and Aboriginal Tent Embassy. In this building is located the old seat of Parliament, which was in operation until 1988. It is currently the Australian Democracy Museum and the entrance costs $2.

5-. The Australian War Memorial is a quiet place dedicated to members of all armed forces and participants in any war in which Australia has participated.

6-. The Telstra Tower or the Black Mountain Tower, is a telecommunications tower with 195 meters high. At the top, you can find an observatory, although the revolving restaurant that was on its top no longer works.

In conclusion, Canberra has a lot of things to offer you and it is interesting that you visit the main city of Australia.

Keep in mind that you must request a TFN Australia if you travel to this country. In case you don’t know how to apply for TFN in Australia, it is easy! you only have to fill out the TFN form.