Canberra

Canberra's most important public buildings stand within the Parliamentary Triangle. Lake Burley Griffin wraps around the northeast edge, while Commonwealth and Kings avenues radiate from Capital Hill, the city's political and geographical epicenter, to form the west and south boundaries. The triangle can be explored comfortably on foot, but a vehicle is required to see the rest of this area. The monuments and other attractions within the Parliamentary Triangle and around Lake Burley Griffin are not identified by street numbers, but all are clearly signposted.

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  • 1. Parliament House

    Capital Hill

    Much of this vast futuristic structure is submerged, covered by a domed glass roof that follows the contours of Capital Hill. You approach the building...Read More

  • 2. High Court of Australia

    Parkes

    As its name implies, this gleaming concrete-and-glass structure is the ultimate court of law in the nation's judicial system. The court of seven justices convenes...Read More

  • 3. Question Time

    Capital Hill

    The best time to observe the House of Representatives is during Question Time, starting at 2, when the Government and the Opposition are most likely...Read More

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