New Year’s Eve in the City
Farewell the year at the Canberra’s free New Year’s Eve in the City event which features a jam-packed evening of music, food and fireworks.
Sydney Melbourne Touring opportunity
Sydney Melbourne Touring is a marketing and trade program which promotes two self-drive routes (the Heritage Drive and Coastal Drive) and listed products to a number of international markets: UK, Europe, South East Asia, North…
List your event on ATDW for summer
VisitCanberra is actively promoting what’s happening across summer. If your organisation hasn’t already done so, now is the perfect time to be adding your summer events into the Australian Tourism Data Warehouse (ATDW) so they…
Ancient Greeks exhibition coming to the National Museum of Australia
A major exhibition Ancient Greeks: Athletes, Warriors and Heroes from the British Museum featuring iconic objects that have never toured the Southern Hemisphere, is coming to the National Museum of Australia in Canberra in December 2020, as…
Grab a gift from the Visitors Centre
The award-winning Canberra Region Visitors Centre (CRVC) is open right up to Christmas Eve for industry members wanting to purchase a Canberra region gift for friends and family.
Behind the Lines: The year’s best political cartoons 2019 opens
The Museum of Australian Democracy (MoAD) new Behind the Lines exhibition takes a look at the year that was in Australian politics.
Mercure Canberra Belconnen taking bookings
A brand new Mercure property will open in Belconnen early in 2020 adding an additional 125 rooms to Canberra’s hotel inventory.
Export Ready Accelerator Program 2019-20
VisitCanberra is delighted to confirm the following five businesses for the 2019-20 Export Ready Accelerator Program:
NGA reveals its 2020 exhibition program
The National Gallery of Australia (NGA) last week announced its 2020 exhibition program revealing a diverse mix of art from a companion for the Skywhale hot air balloon in Skywhalepappa to Van Gogh’s Sunflowers 1888.
Australian War Memorial announces Development Project
Official plans for the nine-year Australian War Memorial Development Project have been announced.