National Museum of Australia: First Australian Tour
FIRST AUSTRALIANS TOUR departs at 3pm daily. Visit the National Museum of Australia and experience the world’s oldest living cultures of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. The First Australians Tour provides an insight into Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples' history, cultures, spirituality and connections to country, with a focus on the First Australians gallery. The best way to see and experience the National Museum of Australia is to take a guided tour. Our highly knowledgeable guides bring the objects to life by explaining the history and stories behind them. Guided tours in languages other than English are available by advanced notice, please email firstname.lastname@example.org Visit: National Museum of Australia, Lawson Crescent Acton Peninsula, Canberra 2601 AustraliaThe National Museum of Australia is where Australia’s stories come alive and is a must see for every visitor to Canberra. Located on the shores of Lake Burley Griffin, the stunning architecture of the Museum provides an extraordinary place to explore the rich and diverse history and culture of Australia and its people. Present your ticket at the Information Hub on arrival to join the First Australians Tour (departing at 3pm daily). This 1 hour guided tour will take you on a journey through the world's oldest living civilisation as our expert guides provide insight into Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples' history, cultures, spirituality and connections to country. After the tour, spend some time exploring the Museum. With an exciting calendar of world-class touring exhibitions, events, school holiday programs and festivals, there is always something unique to see and do. Discover fascinating and surprising objects in our collection, visit the Garden of Australian Dreams, explore our stunning location and admire the building’s impressive architecture, relax at our popular lakeside café or indulge in our one-of-a-kind shop.
National Museum of Australia: Museum Highlight Tour
MUSEUM HIGHLIGHTS TOUR departs at 10am and 1pm daily. The best way to see and experience the National Museum of Australia is to take a guided tour. The Museum Highlights Tour offers an excellent introduction to the Museum's galleries and is a great way to enhance your experience at the Museum, especially if you're short on time. Our highly knowledgeable guides bring the objects to life by explaining the history and stories behind them. Guided tours in languages other than English are available by request.Visit: National Museum of Australia, Lawson Crescent Acton Peninsula, Canberra 2601 AustraliaThe National Museum of Australia is where Australia’s stories come alive and is a must see for every visitor to Canberra. Located on the shores of Lake Burley Griffin, the stunning architecture of the Museum provides an extraordinary place to explore the rich and diverse history and culture of Australia and its people. Present your ticket at the Information Hub on arrival to join the Museum Highlights Tour (departing at 10am and 1pm daily). This 1 hour guided tour offers an excellent introduction to the Museum's galleries and is a great way to enhance your experience at the Museum, especially if you're short on time. Explore the collection with our highly knowledgeable guides who will bring the objects to life by explaining the fascinating and surprising history and stories behind them. After the tour, spend some time exploring the Museum. With an exciting calendar of world-class touring exhibitions, events, school holiday programs and festivals, there is always something unique to see and do. Explore our stunning location and admire the building’s impressive architecture, relax at our popular lakeside café or indulge in our one-of-a-kind shop.
Australian Institute of Sport: The AIS Tour
1 hour 30 minutes
Visit one of Canberra’s most popular tourist attractions, the AIS (Australian Institute of Sport), and go behind the scenes of the country's premier elite sporting precinct on this 1.5-hour tour. With a guide, you'll be taken you through world-class facilities where you might even catch some of Australia’s top athletes in training. Select a tour time when booking.Your tour starts at the AIS Visitor Centre, where you'll meet your guide for your immersion into athletics in Australia. Learn about sports in a hands-on way with Sportex, an educational and engaging sports experience where you can try wheelchair basketball, virtual downhill skiing, rock climbing, football penalty shootouts, and more. Sportex is included as part of every AIS tour. Try out a selection of interactive activities such as testing your accuracy, speed, and strength with the ball-skills tester or reaction timer, plus explore educational exhibits such as the Sydney 2000 Olympics, Heroes and Legends, and Sports Science.
Cockington Green Gardens General Entry Ticket
90 to 180 minutes
Venture into the delightful and fascinating world of meticulously hand crafted miniature buildings from around the world. The buildings and monuments are from more than 30 different countries and some have taken over one and half years to construct!!Visit: Cockington Green, 11 Gold Creek Rd, Nicholls, Canberra 2913 AustraliaWander through the beautiful gardens viewing the miniature buildings, monuments and people at your leisure, experience the beauty of the 'Rose Room' or enjoy fresh scones or lunch at the Garden Cafe. Visiting times can vary as the park is yours to explore however we do recommending spending around one and a half hours viewing the gardens. The park was opened in 1979 and is divided into two sections, the first is the original section of models from Great Britain and the Second is the international and Australian display. When you wander through, take your time, and have a good look, so as not to miss "the little things that count".
Canberra Private Chauffeured Airport Transport
Pre-book your chauffeur in Canberra and enjoy stress free transport to/from Canberra Domestic Airport and the Canberra CBD. Enjoy the convenience and comfort of chauffeured cars in Canberra. Supremely reliable service in clean, modern vehicles. Friendly and professional drivers!Canberra specialists in chauffeured transport and tour services. The preferred mode of ground transport for discerning travelers, business executives and government agencies.Offering exceptional service and supreme reliability, your friendly and professional driver will ensure you arrive at your destination on time and stress free.Operating a medium sized fleet of carefully selected vehicles and drivers, you can be assured of an uncompromised standard of excellence and truly personalized service. Drivers soon become known to regular clients and special efforts are made to keep track of your regular transfer points, preferred drivers and any other individual requirements.Forget about battling the traffic and enjoy your ride in a luxurious modern chauffeured vehicle.Airport TransfersAirport Meet & GreetPersonalized Tour ServicesSupremely ReliableClean Modern VehiclesSafe & Professional Drivers
Private Departure Transfer from Canberra City to Canberra Airport
Arrange your trip in advance and enjoy and start your stay in Canberra without any stress. Use door to door transfer, comfortable and safe. Don't go through all the hassle of waiting in long taxi and shuttles queues and make the best of your stay while in Canberra with the Canberra Airport Private Departure Transfer.Just as you will be leaving Canberra, your driver will be waiting in the hotel lobby or right in front of the building. This is a private transfer which means that you will not share a car with anyone apart from your booking. The cars used for this service are less than 5 years old. Private transfers can make your stay much more simple and enjoyable. Don't go through all the stress of taking a taxi or facing long shuttle queues and make the best of your journey at the moment you will be leaving Canberra. The driver is well trained and will make sure that you have a smooth ride from door to door.
Private Arrival Transfer from Canberra Airport to Canberra City
Don't go through all the hassle of waiting in a long taxi or shuttles queues and use our private, door to door airport transfer from Canberra Airport. A professional driver will meet you in the arrivals hall holding a plate with your name and take you directly to a designated place in Canberra.Choose from two comfortable vehicles to suit your group size: sedan up to 3 people and minivan 4-7 passengers. Thanks to the car size variety, it is an ideal choice for individuals, families and bigger groups. Hope you will enjoy your stay in Canberra!With online booking, you can avoid long waiting in taxi queues. As soon as you arrive, your driver will be waiting for you with a welcome board and your name on it. Enjoy the comfort of a private transfer, which means that you will not share a car with anyone apart from your booking. The cars are maximum of 5 years old, drivers are elegant and helpful in order to make your ride as much enjoyable as it can be. Make your transfer also a part of your journey from the moment you arrive in Canberra.
Inside the Heart of Canberra Small Group Electric Bike Tour
1 hour 30 minutes
Welcome to the heart of a nation. Mix a gorgeous central lake and rolling parklands with iconic national buildings, epic art, and grand vistas….and you have a very good day! Add in easy to use electric bikes, cycle paths and a local guide to reveal the stories of this city and you have a really great day! Take this tour for an easy and fun way to get to know the nation’s capitalYour electric bike trip starts at the beginning: in Reconciliation Place, with stories of Australia’s First Nations peoples and their enduring connection to the country.It’s a short ride to the nearby National Portrait Gallery and High Court precinct, where the story of Australia is still unfolding — as your guide will reveal along the way. Riding along parkland terraces your pedal assist electric bike glides you with relative ease up the hill to Parliament House for stunning hilltop vistas, and a few stories about what goes inside “the big house” as the locals call it.Freewheeling back down the hill we take some lesser known routes through side gardens and tree lined boulevards to emerge at the National Gallery of Australia where we take a short break to experience some epic outdoor art.Crossing over the Kings Avenue bridge we pause at Aspen Island and the 50m tall National Carillon (bell tower), soaking up views across the central lake to the mountains beyond. It’s a cruisy ride along the wide, smooth RG (Bob) Menzies path around the lake. You can catch Bob for a selfie later where he is frozen in time on one of his Prime Ministerial morning walks.Pausing at the terraces below the grand ANZAC Parade we learn how the city was designed to fit into the surrounding landscape, and why at its heart you find a triangle. Then gliding through tree lined paths of Commonwealth Park we return to the lake and to the Captain Cook monuments showing his journeys of exploration.To complete our circuit of the central lake we head over Commonwealth Bridge, pausing to glimpse into t
3infun Canberra Attraction Pass Including the Australian Institute of Sport, Cockington Green Gardens and Questacon
With a 3infun Canberra Attraction Pass you can visit three of the best attractions in Australia's capital -- the Australian Institute of Sport, Cockington Green Gardens and Questacon – The National Science and Technology Centre. The 3infun Attrractoin Pass is valid for 12 months from date of purchase for single entry at each attraction with a bonus return visit to one of the participating attractions included.This pass gives you 3 times the excitement, 3 times the action and 3 times the fun!Visit: AIS - Australian Institute of Sport, Leverrier Street, Bruce, Canberra 2617 AustraliaAIS - Australian Institute of SportDuration: 1 hourVisit: Questacon, King Edward Terrace Act, Canberra 2600 AustraliaQuestaconDuration: 1 hourVisit: Cockington Green, 11 Gold Creek Rd, Nicholls, Canberra 2913 AustraliaCockington GreenDuration: 1 hour
Private Canberra Airport - Canberra City Round-Trip Transfer
Arrange your trip in advance and start your stay in Canberra without stress. Use door-to-door round-trip transfer between Canberra Airport and your Canberra hotel with comfort and safety and avoid long taxi lines.Upon your arrival to Canberra Airport the driver will greet you with a nameplate and transfer to your hotel in the city. On departure, driver will meet you in your hotel lobby or in the front of your accommodation and will transport you to the Canberra airport. Enjoy this private round-trip transfer in Canberra to start and finish your stay in the most comfortable way. Don't go through all the stress of taking a taxi or facing long shuttle queues and make the best of your journey from the moment you arrive to Canberra. The driver is well trained and will make sure that you have a smooth ride from door to door.
Canberra: 2 Hour Discover the Nature Capital by Electric Bike Tour
Hop on an electric bike for an easy, breezy ride along Lake Burley Griffin's scenic cycle paths. Glide past the iconic buildings and monuments lining the lake, continuing past rolling parklands and mountain vistas to emerge at a cosmopolitan lakeside cafe. With something new to explore around every corner, a relaxed tour on two wheels is one of the best ways to discover one of Canberra’s best-loved outdoor attractions.Our ride starts on Parkes Place West in front of the National Library at Reconciliation Place, with stories of Australia’s First Nations people and their enduring connection to the country.Joining the lakeside cycle path, your pedal assisted electric bike glides you along the heart of the nation's capital, passing through the colourful avenue of flags and around the central lake where you’ll see the Captain Cook Memorial Water Jet, which shoots a tower of water 150 metres into the sky.We’ll stop regularly to soak up the grand vistas of the city's national buildings framed by the glimmering lake in front and forested peaks behind — keep your camera handy to capture the epic views.After getting to know the heart of the city we’ll head into the parklands around the lake to uncover the natural character of the capital. Perhaps we’ll meet some friendly black swans and water birds cruising the lake's shoreline, while also learning more about the wildlife that calls the lake and its nature parks their home.Emerging out of the parklands to a strip of lakeside cafes is the perfect excuse for a short break to sample a coffee or try an exotic smoothie (drinks and snacks are at your own cost). While you relax, your guide will be happy to share local tips on how to experience the best of Canberra.It’s a short but scenic ride to complete this 15-kilometre circuit around the lake, pausing along the way to admire a lakeside sculpture or two, or just smile at the antics of the local water birds. With safe and serene cycle paths, stunning nat
National Museum of Australia: Ultimate Museum Experience
2 to 3 hours
Discover where Australia's stories come alive at the National Museum of Australia with the Ultimate Museum Experience. Join the Museum Highlights Tour (10am or 1pm daily), enjoy a main meal and a drink at our stunning lakeside cafe and indulge at the Museum Shop with a $20 shopping voucher. Visit: National Museum of Australia, Lawson Crescent Acton Peninsula, Canberra 2601 AustraliaThe National Museum of Australia is where Australia’s stories come alive. Located on the shores of Lake Burley Griffin, with a stunning lake-side cafe and one-of-a-kind shop, the Museum provides an extraordinary place to explore the rich and diverse history and culture of Australia and its people and is a must see for every visitor to Canberra.Present your ticket at the Information Hub on arrival for the Ultimate Museum Experience that includes: 1) A Museum Highlights Tour (departing at either 10am or 1pm daily). This 1 hour guided tour offers an excellent introduction to the Museum, exploring highlights from each of our permanent galleries. 2) A main course meal with a local beer or wine at the Museum Cafe. Stunning architecture and spectacular views over Lake Burley Griffin create the perfect place to enjoy delicious seasonal fare or a tempting treat with family and friends. 3) A $20 shopping voucher to spend at the Museum Shop*. Discover a beautiful range of homewares, glassware, jewellery, Indigenous arts and crafts, toys, books, bath products, giftware and much more - everything we sell has a story to tell. *conditions apply
Canberra: Half Day Afternoon Wildlife and Electric Bike Tour
4 hours 30 minutes
Meet koalas, wallabies and other native animals in their natural forest and wetland habitats at the spectacular Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve. Watch for the potoroos (mini kangaroos) scurrying past you, or the platypus and water birds swimming happily in the wetland ponds. Then hop on an electric bike for a gentle 5km glide in the park — pausing to say g’day to the kangaroos, of course! Along the way your guide will reveal the secret lives of the animals and the rich history of the area and we’ll even call in at the nearby NASA communication station to find out how they track space craft in our solar system. This is a thrilling day out for anyone looking to escape the city for a day and get back to nature.Climb aboard a comfortable 8-seater passenger van with your local guide for a picturesque 45-minute drive to Canberra’s southwest, crossing the mighty Murrumbidgee River and venturing into the mountains beyond. Your local guide will introduce you to this beautiful mountain region, its history and its natural and cultural significance and will be happy to answer any questions you have during the drive. We will take a short break to stretch our legs at the Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve Visitor Centre; here you can enjoy a coffee or a cool drink or maybe explore the gift shop. A 10-minute drive will transport us to the predator-proof sanctuary deep inside the park where your guided wildlife walk will begin. The walks are suitable for everyone (i.e., they’re flat and suitable for all weather) and the boardwalk sections will take you across dreamy wetland lagoons.You can choose to walk a little, or a lot, it’s up to you. We offer a short guided walk (about 250 metres) to see the koalas, wallabies and other wildlife close to the sanctuary carpark or, equipped with a map and a pair of binoculars provided by your guide, you can set off on a longer self-guided walk along the well-signposted paths in the sanctuary to spot more wildlife.After the wildlife walks
Capital 3in3 - 3 Craft Beer Hotspots in 3 Hours
3 hours 30 minutes
Our Capital 3in3 tour takes you to 3 great Capital craft beer hotspots in three hours. Includes transportation and plenty of fresh craft beer and cider!Don’t have time to do a full day tour? Or you just want to spend a few hours inside some of our best breweries and craft beer venues tasting awesome beer?Organising a corporate or team afternoon? Are you a visitor to town looking for an easy, safe way to get inside some breweries and taste the full range of craft beers being brewed? Then our 3 x 3 tour is for you! Available on Friday afternoons means you can get on board with us, get inside some breweries, experience our local beer scene as part of your other local adventures.The 3 in 3 Tour takes you to three great Canberra craft beer locations in three hours. Includes transportation and plenty of fresh craft beer and cider.When: Fridays and Saturdays!Pick up: 2.00pm inside the Bentspoke Brewery, 8/38 Mort St, BraddonDuration: approximately 3 - 4 hours.Number of guest per tour: maximum 10 people per tour (contact us for information on larger groups).Inclusions: Behind the scenes tours of each brewery, a heap of fun facts about beer, a good number of beer and cider tastings, transport in our air conditioned buses, snacks and water, and an awesome tour guide.What to bring: sturdy closed shoes, camera.ItineraryAfter meeting at the Brewery, we get behind the scenes of our local beer community. As our tours take you inside working breweries, the locations we visit can change each day based on brewery operations and bar hours. We keep our ears to the ground and know what’s going on to ensure you experience working breweries and get to taste our local beer in our best independent pubs. Drop off: approximately 5:30pm , back at Bentspoke Brewery.Please note, while this is our usual itinerary, the order may change slightly due to brewery operations. Our guides/drivers do everything they can to have you back as close
Canberra: 7 Hour Canberra Discovery, Tidbinbilla Wildlife and Electric Bike Tour
If a lakeside bike ride combined with the chance to spot koalas and kangaroos sounds like your type of day, this is the tour for you! Get to know Canberra alongside a local guide for a full day of outdoor fun. Glide around Lake Burley Griffin's scenic cycle paths on an electric bike before heading to Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve for a guided walk amongst the local wildlife — making this one unforgettable day in Canberra.Our journey starts in front of the National Library at Reconciliation Place, with stories of Australia’s First Nations peoples and their enduring connection to the country. Then it’s time to hop on our electric bikes.Joining the lakeside cycle paths, on your pedal assist electric bike you’ll glide along the heart of the nation's capital, passing through the avenue of flags and around the central lake. You’ll be able to soak up the grand vistas of the city's national buildings framed by the glimmering lake in front and forested peaks behind. Leaving the heart of the city we’ll head into the parklands around the lake to uncover the natural character of the capital. Emerging from the parklands we’ll cycle by a strip of lakeside cafes — the perfect time to take a short break and maybe grab a coffee or try an exotic smoothie (drinks and snacks are at your own cost).A short ride around the lake completes the circuit, pausing to admire a lakeside sculpture, or just to smile at the antics of the water birds. After completing the cycle circuit you’ll have time for a quick lunch at one of the cafes near the start/finish point. Next up, we’ll hop on board the comfortable passenger van to start our scenic 45-minute drive into the mountains southwest of Canberra to the spectacular Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve. Your local guide will introduce you to this beautiful mountain region and explain its natural and cultural significance. We’ll take a short break to stretch our legs at the Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve Visitor Centre where you can exp
Canberra Brewery Winery and Distillery Tour
Can't decide on your favourite beverage and need to satisfy a variety of tastes? A visitor to town looking for an easy, safe way to explore a range of venues and sample some awesome locally produced drinks?Then our Triple Treat tour is for you! Available Friday, Saturday and Sunday afternoons, you can get on board with us, get behind the scenes of some great venues and experience the best of our Capital's drinks scene.The Triple Treat Tour takes you to three great Canberra venues in one great afternoon. Includes transportation and plenty of fresh craft beer, cider, wine and spirits.When: Friday, Saturday & Sunday (other days available on request)! Pick up: 1:30pm outside the BentSpoke Brewery, 8/38 Mort St, BraddonDuration: approximately 4 hours.Number of guest per tour: maximum 10 people per tour (contact us for information on larger groups).Inclusions: Behind the scenes tours of each venue, a heap of info about our local producers and their stories, a good number of beer, wine and spirit tastings, transport in our air conditioned buses, snacks and water, and an awesome tour guide.What to bring: sturdy closed shoes, camera.Itinerary: After meeting at the Brewery, we take you behind the scenes to explore how beer is made and sample some hand-crafted local brews. From there, we visit a local winery, taste the latest vintage and delve into the wine-making process. Our final stop is a local distillery, where we indulge in more great local product and learn the art of making great spirits.Drop off: approximately 5:30pm , back at BentSpoke Brewery.Please note, while this is our usual itinerary, the order may change slightly due to venue operations. Start times are fixed, however drop off times can change slightly depending upon traffic and other factors. Our guides/drivers do everything they can to have you back as close to the drop off time as promised.
CanBEERa Explorer: Capital Brewery Full-Day Tour
Our Canbeera Explorer tour takes you to 3 great craft breweries across the Canberra and an awesome craft beer pub. This tour includes all your transportation, lunch and plenty of fresh craft beer and cider!Our Canbeera Explorer tour takes you to three great craft breweries across the Capital and an awesome craft beer pub.When: Saturdays, 11am-5pm. Pick up: 11:00am We meet at BentSpoke Brewing Co, 38 Mort St. Braddon.Duration: approximately 6+ hours.Number of guest per tour: maximum 10 people per tour (contact us for information on larger groups).Inclusions: Behind the scenes tours of each brewery, a heap of fun facts about beer, a good number of beer and cider tastings throughout the day, an amazing lunch, transport in our air conditioned buses, snacks and water, and an awesome tour guide.What to bring: sturdy enclosed shoes, camera.Itinerary1. After meeting your guide outside BentSpoke brewpub, it’s off to our first stop, Zierholz Premium Brewery in the industrial suburb of Fyshwick. Here you will learn all about beer and what goes into making it, with a beer in your hand of course, from the owner and brewer Christoph. With a head full of beer knowledge we get behind the scenes and go deep inside the brewery to see where it all happens. Out the other side of the brewery and back in the tasting bar, it's time to taste more of their German-inspired beers before we head off to lunch. 2. Lunch is at The Durham Castle Arms at Kingston. A stalwart of the Canberra pub scene, “the Duzza” has 10 taps of constantly rotating craft beer and hosts regular tap takeovers and beer “fight clubs”. Grab a burger, schnitzel or choose from a range of other tasty lunch options while enjoying a cold beer during our stay.3. A short trip back into town takes us to the Wig & Pen Tavern, Canberra’s oldest craft brewery, which opened in 1994. Here we will chat with head brewer, Alan, explore the brewery, learn about cask conditioning and h
Batemans Bay Full-Day Tour from Canberra Including Kayaking
Enjoy this full-day tour to Batemans Bay from Canberra. With hotel pickup and drop-off, take in the views on the 2-hour drive. Once you arrive, visit Pebbly Beach to relax before your choice of lunch options (not included) and embark on a 2-hour kayaking adventure with your guides. Lastly, returning to Canberra.Begin your tour with Canberra hotel pickup at 7am. In a comfortable vehicle, travel through farmland and pastoral properties before reaching the historical town of Braidwood. Get out to stretch your legs and continue on through the temperate forest and down Clyde Mountain. Keep an eye out for lyre birds and tree ferns all the way to Batemans Bay, the gateway to the Eurobodalla Coast. This journey takes about 2 hours.Here, meet your kayaking instructors who will help you explore the pristine waters of Cullendulla Sanctuary in stable, glass bottom kayaks. From your kayak, spot stingrays on the sand flats and fish in the mangroves. The area is rich with wildlife and indigenous history. Your 2-hour kayak adventure includes snacks, photos, and all equipment.At 12pm, hop in the shuttle to transfer to the town of Batemans Bay, where your guides will share their advice on what restaurants and cafes you can enjoy during your free time. Enjoy an hour to dine or explore. Afterwards, drive through Murramarang National Park on your way to Pebbly Beach, most famous for kangaroos lazing in the sand. Relax in the afternoon on the beach before you return back to your hotel in Canberra at about 5:30pm.
Batemans Bay Full-Day Tour from Canberra Including Indigenous Experience
Enjoy this full-day tour to Batemans Bay from Canberra. With hotel pickup and drop-off, take in the views on the 2-hour drive. Once you arrive, visit Pebbly Beach to relax and interact with wildlife before your choice of lunch options (not included) and embark on an amazing 2-hour guided Indigenous tour with your knowledgeable guides. Lastly, returning to Canberra.Begin your tour with Canberra hotel pickup at 7am. In a comfortable vehicle, travel through farmland and pastoral properties before reaching the historical town of Braidwood. Get out to stretch your legs and continue on through the temperate forest and down Clyde Mountain. Keep an eye out for lyre birds and tree ferns all the way to Batemans Bay, the gateway to the Eurobodalla Coast. This journey takes about 2 hours. Here, meet your guides and get set for a great experience visiting flora and fauna rich Pebbly Beach - part of the lush Murramarang National Park, continuing on to the seaside town of Batemans Bay for an hour of free time in which you may like to use to find a bite to eat, before embarking on to Cullendulla Nature Reserve where you will be taken on foot by your guide on an eye opening Indigenous tour... here you will Spot and collect local bush tucker, Learn to throw a spear, Take part in a spiritual smoking demonstration, Identify useful plants for weaving and textiles, Talk totems and stories, Make fish trap examples and See middens in the forest. The area is rich with wildlife and indigenous history. Your 2-hour kayak adventure includes snacks, photos, and all equipment. Finally you will be returned back to your hotel in Canberra, arriving at approximately 5:30pm.
Canberra Hot Air Balloon Flight at Sunrise
Canberra is a beautiful city of lakes, parks, national buildings and colorful tree lined streets surrounded by bush land and mountains. To view this remarkable planned city from a balloon provides a unique perspective. No other way of seeing Canberra so effectively brings together designer Walter Burley Griffin’s vision and how it has been translated into the vibrant capital that Canberra has become. Your experience starts with meeting at the Hyatt Hotel 30 minutes before sunrise and ends after landing with a traditional sparkling wine celebration and commemorative ‘Flight Certificate´. All flights last between 45 minutes and 1 hour.Your flight experience begins early in the morning at the Hyatt Hotel, centrally located on Commonwealth Ave, a two minute walk from Parliament House.You'll meet just before dawn as this is the best time to fly. From the Hyatt you are taken to the launch site. It takes around 20-25 minutes for the balloon to be inflated and standing upright ready for boarding. You are welcome to help with the setup of the balloon or simply stand back and take photos as your aircraft takes shape and comes to life.Dawn lift-off! As the new day dawns, you will ascend into the sky in your colourful balloon. Your balloon will float gently along the breeze, whilst in your basket you will feel completely secure with very little sensation of movement. During your flight you may find yourself drifting just above the treetops then moments later effortlessly ascending to heights of 2000-feet or more.Photography from the balloon is encouraged and you will be rewarded with stunning shots of Canberra, providing you with years of fond memories.After approximately one hour you will be greeted by your ground crew as you touch back down to earth. The balloon is packed away with lots of laughs, then you hop back into one of the vehicles and return to the Canberra Hyatt. Enjoy a glass of Australian sparkling wine as you are presented with a commemorative
Multi-Day Snowy Mountains and Sapphire Coast from Canberra
Discover the unspoiled beauty of the Snowy Mountains and Sapphire Coast in southern New South Wales on this 6 day, intimate, guided small group, eco-certified tour. Hike in spectacular national parks, sample multi award-winning cuisine, and custom-add activities to design the tour to suit you. Take advantage of Jeff and Janine’s passion for the outdoors, and their knowledge of the flora, fauna, and history of their own backyard. Depart from the nation’s capital, Canberra, and Relax, Reconnect and Refocus, on this nature-based holiday with a difference.ItineraryDay 1: Canberra to ThredboStop At: Thredbo Alpine Village, The Alpine Way, Kosciuszko National Park, Thredbo Village, Kosciuszko National Park, New South Wales 2625 Australia Morning pick-up from your Canberra accommodation before a leisurely drive south in time for lunch in the Snowy Mountains. Choose a 1hr Segway or a 6km walk along a peaceful river before checking into your cozy mountain lodge in the picturesque village of Thredbo. Enjoy some local wine and cheese before dinner at the lodge.Duration: 2 daysMeals included: • Lunch • DinnerAccommodation included: Cosy mountain lodge in Thredbo VillageDay 2: Hike to the top of Australia!Stop At: Mount Kosciuszko National Park, Thredbo Village, Kosciuszko National Park, New South Wales AustraliaHike into the Australian Alps to the top of Australia! (13km return). See unique alpine flora, enjoy 360-degree views from Mt Kosciuszko and experience the dramatic vistas that are unique to the high country. Enjoy dinner in Thredbo village and relax back at the lodge.Duration: 1 dayMeals included: • Breakfast • LunchAccommodation included: Cosy mountain lodge in Thredbo VillageDay 3: Thredbo to Green CapeStop At: Green Cape Lighthouse, Ben Boyd National Park, Eden, New South Wales AustraliaEnjoy a scenic