Relax as you take a tour through the beautiful Southern Highlands and Goulburn sheep district. Stop at the heritage village of Berrima for morning tea.
Travel past the mysterious Lake George, and learn about its vanishing and reappearing waters. Get an amazing overview of Canberra and the perfect photo location at Mt Ainslie Lookout Point.
Enjoy a guided tour of the new, “state of the art” National Museum. Appreciate our indigenous history and multi-cultural future.
Learn about Australia’s Government and Parliamentary system with a tour of Parliament House by an expert local guide. Visit the Senate, the House of Representative chambers and the appropriately named “Great Hall”. You might even get a chance to sit in the public gallery and observe government at work, if the Parliament is in session.
Tour around the roundabouts of Canberra and see the man-made, Lake Burley Griffin, the High Court of Australia, the National Library and the National Science and Technology Centre.
See “The Lodge”, residence of the Prime Minister.
View the Embassies and Diplomatic residences including Thailand, USA, France, Malaysia, Great Britain, Indonesia and more. Each one designed and in the architectural style of their own country.
Spot the spectacular 145 metre high spire of water soaring above Lake Burley Griffin of the Captain Cook Memorial Fountain and listen for the sounds from the Carillon Bell Tower.
Step back through time as you can feel the weight of history at the Australian War Memorial. Opened in 1941, it is widely regarded as one of the most significant memorials of its type in the world.