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Where to stay near Australian War Memorial

Exploring Australian War Memorial

So much more than a memorial, this is also home to a museum which sweeps through Australian military history. Visitors enter through the powerfully moving Commemorative Courtyard, where visitors have attached remembrance poppies to the names of their fallen loved ones. Inside you’ll find poignant exhibits devoted to the world wars, including a light and sound show which recreates a night-time air operation over Berlin.


Accommodations near Australian War Memorial

There is a range of options for all travelers. The most popular hotel in Campbell is the Accommodate Canberra - Indigo, which has been booked 5 times from our Hotels.com verified guests. Our guests also highly recommended Accommodate Canberra - Manhattan in Campbell as it has been reserved 3 times.

If you are looking for some 5-star options, then check out Pavilion on Northbourne and Novotel Canberra.


Sightseeing near Australian War Memorial

- Glebe Park

Take a break from the city and head to Glebe Park for some fresh air and green space. There is a lot of open space for you and your friends to enjoy games outdoors or take some food for a picnic.


- National Convention Centre

This convention centre is Canberra's largest centre for conventions, functions and events of all kinds. The National Convention Centre is conveniently located just 7km from the airport and just minutes walk from a range of accommodation options and the city centre, with simple access to the very best Canberra attractions.


Transportation near Australian War Memorial

Canberra is comprehensively laid out so that most of the main sights and attractions can be visited on foot. However, there is also an excellent bus system, which is run by ACTION buses and covers most of the city. While individual bus fares are cheap, visitors can also save money by purchasing special travel cards.

Exploring the city by bicycle is also an excellent option as Canberra features a comprehensive network of off-road cycle paths, allowing visitors to use pedal power to see the sights at their own pace.