See Eat Play
With a range of air, road and rail services, travelling to Canberra and the National Convention Centre Canberra is easy. Once in the capital, you can take public transport, catch a taxi or drive yourself on our efficient road network.
When you visit Canberra, prepare to experience one good thing after another. Because whether it’s world-class wining and dining, iconic national treasures or breathtaking adventures, everything you’re after is just moments away.
Plan your itinerary with Canberra’s official video planner app here.
A. Baker is in the heart of the NewActon precinct.
Short for ACTION BAKER, A. Baker was born from the historical term 'baker', given to bakeries throughout the Middle Ages. Back then, communal ovens were built in the centre of a community and the townsfolk would wander down with their dough to be baked off. Fast forward a few hundred years and A. BAKER is the heart of the NewActon precinct. It has the buzz of an inner city environment and is open seven days a week, whether for lovely daily baked artisan breads, contemporary dining in our regional produce restaurant, or an evening event among the trees in the NewActon courtyard. A. Baker is a place for all people, all the time.More Visit website
This multiple award-winning cultural institution is a true gem.
It’s a shrine, a world-class museum, and an extensive archive. Place a poppy on the Role of Honour and stay for the moving Last Post. Hold your Conference Dinner in Anzac Hall. Wine and dine among historic items, authentic objects and great works of art depicting Australia’s military history.More Visit website
Experience one of the world’s largest living collections of rare, endangered and significant trees.
The National Arboretum is winner of the World Architecture Festival for landscape. It has panoramic views, stunning architecture and the natural beauty of trees and gardens. And why not incorporate a corporate social responsibility activity into your itinerary? Ask the National Arboretum for options relating to tree planting and contributing to the Canberra community.More Visit website
Ottoman Cuisine is in an elegant art deco pavilion surrounded by gardens, water-features and palm trees.
At Ottoman Cuisine, the service is excellent and the food and wine offering extraordinary. The restaurant also has a number of private dining rooms. This is one of Canberra’s long-standing dining pleasures for those who love to indulge in exotic Turkish food.More Visit website
This is one of the most iconic buildings in Australia.
Parliament House is one of the most iconic buildings in Australia and one of the only parliamentary buildings available for private use in the world. At Parliament House, you’ll experience catering services in a class of their own. This vibrant landmark is an inspiring venue for your conference, welcome reception or gala dinner.More Visit website
Canberra’s dining scene has exploded in recent times.
Enjoy dining at nationally recognised and ‘hatted’ restaurants written up in Australia’s pre-eminent food magazines. Top picks include Eighty-Six (Braddon), Monster (New Acton), Courgette (City Centre) and Morks (Kingston Foreshore, on the lake). No matter what your taste, you’ll find something from the capital’s 300-plus restaurants, cafes and bars to suit any food lover.More Visit website