Posts Tagged ‘Canberra’

Kids at The National Arboretum Canberra

57 things to do in Canberra with kids

There are those that still consider Canberra nothing more than a roundabout-wrapped bubble for politicians and public servants, but they’d be wrong. The National Capital has evolved into one of the most liveable, and loveable, cities in Australia, complete with edgy hotels and a groundbreaking food scene. And there are so many things to do […] Read more…

The National Museum of Democracy is housed in Old Givernment House, opposite the Aboriginal Tent Embassy

Indigenous experiences in Canberra

Australia’s National Capital was established on the traditional land of the Ngunnawal peoples and was also a significant meeting place for neighbouring clans, including the Ngarigo, Wolgalu, Gundungurra, Yuin and Wiradjuri people. Artefacts and oral histories tell us that these clans gathered here for ceremonies, trading and marriages, for well over 20,000 years. Canberra’s very […] Read more…

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