Interpretive flora signage on Black Mountain’s Woodland Walk was unveiled by Minister for the Environment Mick Gentleman last week as part of the Black Mountain Woodland Enhancement Project.
The Australia China Business Council (ACBC), in collaboration with the Export Council of Australia (ECA) will be holding a China Australia Free Trade Agreement (ChAFTA) Training Program in Canberra on Tuesday 2 May.
The National Gallery of Australia’s (NGA) blockbuster exhibition Versailles: Treasures from the Palace closed on 17 April drawing 190,128 visitors.
Do you have a creative project, an original design, an experimental activation, an exhibition or a new design event idea? DESIGN Canberra is seeking applications from those interested in being part of the DESIGN Canberra festival, 7-26 November 2017.
Transport Canberra, together with the Australian War Memorial, will be providing free transport to and from the ANZAC Day Dawn Service and the National Ceremony on Tuesday 25 April 2017.
The 2017 Canberra and Region Heritage Festival marks the 50th anniversary of the 1967 constitutional referendum that saw Indigenous Australians finally included in the census, and thus as Australian citizens. The 2017 festival theme ‘Questions & Change’ will focus on…
The National Museum of Australia’s latest exhibition showcases cycling in Australia. On the last stage of its national tour, Freewheeling explores 140 years of Australia’s cycling history, and how bicycles brought millions of people excitement, freedom and even glory.
Canberra BusinessPoint is holding a Business Fundamentals workshop on Thursday 27 April. This workshop is designed for those thinking about going into business or are in the early stages of business. It will provide a basic outline of everything you…