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The Best family tour of Canberra
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Canberra, Canberra ACT, Australia
Stop at: Cockington Green Gardens 09:30-10:30
Details: Venture into the delightful and fascinating display of meticulously crafted miniature buildings at Cockington Green, located in Canberra’s Gold Creek Village. Featuring houses and monuments from more than 30 different countries, from Scotland’s Braemer Castle to Peru’s Machu Picchu, you’ll be captivated by this enchanting world of tiny people and tiny structures. The obvious attention to detail in the constructions and surrounding gardens is remarkable, and the miniature steam train ride is fun for everyone.
Duration: 60 min(s)
Stop at: National Dinosaur Museum 10:30-11:30
Details: Dinosaur fans of all ages will completely ‘dig’ the National Dinosaur Museum, located in Canberra’s Gold Creek Village. With one of the largest permanent displays of dinosaurs and prehistoric life in Australia, you’ll discover how dinosaurs evolved and interacted amid skulls, skeletons, murals, models and fossils not on display anywhere else in the world. There are even animatronic dinosaurs that move, roar, blink and breathe including the Big Dinosaur - a 20 metre long T Rex!
Stop at: Royal Australian Mint 12:30 -13:30
Details: A working factory, a Commonwealth Heritage Site and a multi-tourism award-winning cultural attraction. The Mint puts icons of Australia’s cultural heritage directly into each of the hands of its people and visitors. The image on each Australian coin produced by the Mint are conversation starters and history markers; statements on who we are and where we have come from.
See how coins are made through the factory viewing platform and interactive multimedia displays. Spot Titan, the Mint’s robot whose job it is to pour coins into a hopper. Discover the fascinating world of coins through a free guided tour. Mint your very own coin or buy a coin from the Mint’s Coin Shop as a memento of your visit or a gift for a loved one. End your visit with a coffee or light snack at the Mint’s Cafe. For a list of exhibitions, displays, and public programs.
Everyone has a coin story to share. Whether it was the first gift from the tooth fairy, the sixpence in the Christmas pudding, the vital ‘head or tails’ decision, or the hours spent collecting and admiring special pieces – Visit today and discover the world of coins, because one and all, coins are Made for Wonder!
Stop at: National Arboretum Canberra & Pod Playground
The National Arboretum Canberra is a mosaic of living forests and gardens offering breathtaking views, unique experiences, and a world-class entertainment and events hub.With over 44,000 rare and endangered trees across a 250-hectare site, the Arboretum is a place of beauty, conservation, science research, education, tourism and recreation.
Let the kids expend some energy at the magical Pod Playground at National Arboretum Canberra. The kids will have a blast hiding in the acorn cubbies, clambering across the climbing nets, making music in the banksia cubbies and slipping down the tube slides.You’ll appreciate the stunning views over Canberra with coffee in hand. Ideal for children of all ages, the Pod Playground is specially designed to both challenge and excite the Arboretum’s younger visitors.
There is a bathroom and change facilities in the Pod playground.
Family Tour of CanberraFrom A$188.00 to A$198.00
- A$198.00+A$4.95 service fee
- A$188.00+A$4.70 service fee