Embark on a private 8-hour tour through the historic and cultural landmarks of Canberra, Australia’s capital city. The journey begins with a visit to Mount Ainslie Lookout, offering breathtaking views of the city and its surroundings. Explore the National Capital Exhibition, delving into the rich history and planning behind Canberra’s iconic landmarks. Continue to the Museum of Australian Democracy, housed in the awe-inspiring Old Parliament House, where you’ll immerse yourself in Australia’s political heritage. Afterward, journey to the iconic Australian Parliament House, a symbol of the nation’s democratic values. Conclude your tour at the poignant Australian War Memorial, a place of solemn remembrance and commemoration. Throughout the day, you’ll be accompanied by a knowledgeable tour guide and enjoy comfortable transportation, ensuring a seamless experience as you discover the heart and soul of Australia’s capital city.

Please note: The program and attractions may vary based on booking date/time and crowd conditions, ensuring each visit is a unique experience.

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  • Learn about the architectural and historical development of Canberra.
  • Experience the grandeur of national political landmarks.
  • Enjoy panoramic views and breathtaking photography opportunities.


  • Professional local tour guide
  • Transportation


  • Lunch (stop for lunch can be made on request)

Route & Duration

8 hours
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    Mount Ainslie Lookout

    Mount Ainslie Lookout is a scenic vantage point located in Canberra, Australia, offering stunning panoramic views of the city and its surroundings. Situated atop Mount Ainslie, this popular viewpoint allows visitors to take in the iconic landmarks of Canberra, including Parliament House, Lake Burley Griffin, and the Australian War Memorial.

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    National Capital Exhibition

    The National Capital Exhibition is an informative and engaging visitor center located in Canberra, Australia, designed to showcase the rich history and significance of the nation's capital. Situated at Regatta Point on the shores of Lake Burley Griffin, the exhibition offers a comprehensive overview of Canberra's planning, development, and cultural heritage.

  • 3

    Museum of Australian Democracy

    Housed in the iconic Old Parliament House building, this museum offers visitors a unique opportunity to delve into the political heritage and democratic processes that have shaped the country.

  • 4

    Australian Parliament House

    The Australian Parliament House is not only a functional political center but also a significant cultural and historical landmark. It houses an impressive collection of Australian art and exhibits that reflect the nation's diverse heritage and identity.

  • 5

    Australian War Memorial

    The Australian War Memorial is a powerful and poignant institution dedicated to honoring the service and sacrifice of the nation's military personnel. The museum showcases a vast collection of artifacts, personal stories, and historical records that illustrate the impact of war on Australia and its people.

Meeting Point

We offer pick-up services in Canberra.
Our tour guide will contact you in advance to arrange the exact pick up location according to your preference. See Map

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