National Gallery of Australia

Visit National Gallery of Australia

Located in Canberra, the Capital of Australia, the National Gallery is in Parkes Place within the Parliamentary Triangle. Canberra can be accessed by coach from any major Australian city and Canberra Airport services international and domestic flights. In Canberra, you can self-drive or jump on one of the regular public buses from the CBD.

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GPS: 35° 18′ 1.43″ S, 149° 8′ 12.41″ E

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About National Gallery of Australia

The largest art museum in Australia, the National Gallery houses more than 166,000 works of art owned by the people of Australia. The gallery includes collections of Australian, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, European, American, Asian, Indian and Pacific arts, international and Australian photography, crafts and sculptures.

Established in 1967, the building has constantly been worked on with the latest stage completed in 2010.

World class exhibitions and events are held regularly for people of all ages. Complete with an extensive research library and educational courses, the National gallery is the best place in Australia to discover and appreciate art from our country and around the world.

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Totems National Gallery - Australian Landmarks - M5 Things To Do When You Get To National Gallery of Australia

  1. Enjoy a guided Tour of the gallery
  2. Have a delicious meal in the Sculpture Garden restaurant
  3. Check out the National Gallery Shop for great gifts
  4. Hold your next Event in one of the distinctive Venues
  5. Bring your kids to the free Children’s Gallery


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