|National Capital Exhibition|
The National Capital Exhibition tells the story of Canberra, Australia's national capital. Through interactive displays, the Exhibition illustrates Canberra's vital role as a symbol of Federation. It features the people, events, history and design which contributed to the development of this unique, modern, fully planned city.
A Capital Investigation is a complete unit of work on cities, capital cities and our National Capital in particular. It will assist Primary school students prepare for an excursion to Canberra or reinforce what they have experienced after the excursion is complete.
Admission is free
Barrine Drive off Commonwealth Avenue, Commonwealth Park.
9am to 5pm Monday to Friday, 10am to 4pm Saturday and Sunday. Closed public holidays except Australia Day and Canberra Day.
Non-English Speaking Facilities
The Canberra Sound and Light Show is available in the following six non-English languages:
Exhibition self guides are also available in the above languages as well as:
A sheltered picnic facility with a children's playground is available to the left of the entrance of the National Capital Exhibition.
Easily accessible free parking facilities are available for coaches within walking distance of the National Capital Exhibition. Extensive free car parking is available for up to four hours close to the Exhibition entrance.
For further information contact the National Capital Exhibition on:
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|Last Updated on Wednesday, 12 March 2014 14:05|