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Australian National Botanic Gardens - Offering a breathtaking array of native plants in a spectacular bushland setting, it is the only place in the world you will see this diversity of Australian native plants in one location
Australian War Memorial - Australia's national memorial to the members of all its armed forces who have died or participated in the wars of the Commonwealth of Australia
High Court of Australia - Australia's Constitutional court and highest court of appeal in a stunning building by Lake Burley Griffin in the Parliamentary Zone
National Archives of Australia - See documents, photographs, objects and multimedia in a permanent exhibition tracking Australia's journey as a country
National Carillion - with 55 bronze bells, this unique instrument offers regular recitals throughout the summer months
National Zoo & Aquarium - Australia's only combined Zoo and Aquarium gives you an opportunity to get up close and personal with some of their animals
Old Parliament House - home to the Museum of Australian Democracy and Australia's national parliament until 1988.
Parliament House - Opened in 1988, this iconic and cleverly designed building is central to the architectural plan of Canberra and home to the Federal Government of Australia.
Questacon - The National Science & Technology Centre - With over 200 hands-on exhibits visitors of all ages will journey through the wonderful world of science. Includes MiniQ - a special section for budding scientists 0-6 years.
Royal Australian Mint - where the money is made! Includes the National Coin Collection with rare, valuable and historically significant coins on display