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Exploring National Gallery of Australia
The country’s largest art museum is home to a mind-blowing collection of over 166,000 works of art. As you might imagine, there’s a strong emphasis on Australian art, but there's also a good selection of European and American masterpieces, with work from all-time greats such as Monet, Cézanne, Warhol, and Francis Bacon.
Accommodations near National Gallery of Australia
Unfairly maligned in the past as a bland political centre, Canberra is shedding its stuffy image and becoming recognised as the gem of a city it truly is. As such it offers a variety of accommodation options from five star hotels to more budget options. Recommended accommodation include the Hyatt Hotel Canberra, Hotel Kurrajong Canberra and Rydges Capital Hill.
Sightseeing near National Gallery of Australia
The National Portrait Gallery's collection tells stories of achievement, individuality, independence, and exploration in Australia. You can happily spend a few hours perusing beautiful studies of world-renowned politicians, performers, sportspeople, and innovators. The gallery also plays host to an ever-rotating programme of temporary exhibitions, which look beyond Australia to celebrate fine portraiture from around the world.
Located to the south of Lake Burley Griffin, the National Library of Australia contains a collection of more than five million books. Bookworms will want to visit on Thursdays, when a special complimentary guided tour is conducted.
Transportation near National Gallery of Australia
Canberra International Airport is handily located minutes away from the city centre. It’s well served by flights from other major Australian cities, including Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, Brisbane, and Perth. Taxis are readily available once you land, and an Airport Express shuttle bus runs in the daytime. You may want to consider hiring a car for your trip, as Canberra is very much a driving city. That said, there are also frequent and reliable bus services covering most major sights and attractions.