Australia has some of the leading cultural attractions in the world, each telling a unique story and varied in architecture, paintings, and historic locations.
National Museum of Australia, Canberra
See Australia's history from a unique perspective as you get to explore this architecturally spectacular museum. The National Museum of Australia (NMA) is based on the shores of Canberra's Lake Burley Griffin and tells the 65,000-year-old of the story of Australian people, land, and nation. Other activities on offer include the In, Above and Behind the Scenes Tour which is a hot air balloon tour over Canberra's magnificent scenery around the museum. Tours with a Museum Curator are also available as guests get to explore the collection of interesting objects from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander history and European settlement.
Australian War Memorial, Canberra
The breathtaking Australian War Memorial is a world-class museum and extensive archive. Architecturally unique, this memorial features the Hall of Memory which has a captivating mosaic that is one of the largest in the world. The Soul of the Nation tour is another great option as guests get to read a collection of rare and beautiful letters, photographs and diaries depicting the stories of the many men and women who served in Australia's military forces at the time. Travellers travel far and wide to place a poppy of reference on the Tomb of an unknown Australian soldier.
The Sydney Opera House
The Sydney Opera House is no stranger to its fame and is one of Australias most recognized cultural institutions. This world-class performing arts center is an iconic venue, and attendees can get to experience first hand what it takes to put on a show. One gets to embark a private, first hand behind the scenes tour learning all about its fascinating stories and. ending off an exclusive opera recital, with a singer, pianist and private dining experience.
Qantas Founders Museum, Longreach
This award-winning museum is a world-class museum and cultural display telling the story of Qantas through interpretive displays and interactive exhibits. Showcasing original and replica aircraft's, this impressive collection allows guests to experience the history and heritage of the infamous Qantas airline.
Arts Centre Melbourne, Melbourne
If you are looking to see some theatre then the Arts Centre Melbourne is just for you. Guests can enjoy dining options before or after the show and can explore the Australian Music Vault celebration of the Australian contemporary music story. On Sundays, the centre hosts a market where local artisans showcase their unique homemade goods.
National Gallery of Australia, Canberra
Get your creative juices flowing as you explore the world-class National Gallery of Australia. Art lovers will enjoy meandering through galleries and admiring unique collections. Tours and activities are a great way to get more out of your visit as you get to understand the history of the many pieces.
Explore all that Australia's cultural heritage and artistic community has to offer, as you visit these spectacular museums and sites.