Canberra

  • Captain Cook Memorial Jet
  • Captain Cook Memorial Jet

    The normal operating sessions are 2.00pm to 4.00pm daily. The Captain Cook Memorial Jet was constructed on behalf of the Commonwealth Government by the National Capital Development Commission to commemorate the bicentenary of Captain James Cook's discovery of the East coast of Australia.

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  • Cockington Green
  • Cockington Green

    Welcome To Cockington Green Gardens.

    Cockington Green Gardens offers its visitors an experience you will not find anywhere else. Venture into this delightful and fascinating display of meticulously crafted miniature buildings set within beautifully landscaped gardens to make your Canberra visit complete.

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  • Exhibition
  • Exhibition

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  • New Parliament House
  • New Parliament House

    Parliament House is situated on Capital Hill just South of Lake Burley Griffin. It can be seen by its flag raised upon 4 legs towering over the building, and is a recent extension of Burley Griffin's vision for Canberra. It was designed by Romaldo Gieurgola, an Italian, and built in 1988 costing $1.1 billion.

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  • War Memorial
  • War Memorial

    Welcome To Australia War Memorial At Canberra.

    The Canberra War Memorial is a national shrine built in the memory of all the members of the armed forces and supporting organizations who gave up their lives in the wars of the Commonwealth of Australia. This memorial houses an excellent national military museum.

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