Canberra and Region Visitors Centre

Landmarks and Buildings

The Canberra and Region Visitors Centre sits within the Regatta Point precinct boasting one of Canberra’s best views. Look out over Lake Burley Griffin towards a range of iconic national attractions including Parliament House, the National Gallery of Australia, the National Library of Australia and Questacon.

Purchase local and regional wines, beer, spirits and schnapps. Take a chilled bottle to your hotel, with your choice of authentic Canberra regional produce including chocolate, olive oil, honey and nuts.

Pick up local designer merchandise, jewellery and souvenirs from local suppliers Jasper + Myrtle, Black Horse, Gundaroo Puzzler, Gatbi Design, Bisonhome, Land Scents, Leafy Sea Dragon and more. Choose from a range of maps and books, and kids’ treats.

Chat to the friendly staff and volunteers. They’re a wealth of local knowledge, offering valuable insights to help you get the most from your stay. Whether it’s a last-minute accommodation deal or tips about cool new cafes, you’ll see why they won a TripAdvisor 2017 Certificate of Excellence!

Canberra’s official and fully accredited tourism information centre is operated by VisitCanberra for the benefit of tourists and locals.

Limited free parking available, with designated spots for caravans, camper trailers, coaches and RVs.


Cafe Carpark Disabled access available Enquiry Desk Family Friendly Free Wifi Lookouts Public Toilet Shop Wheelchair access


Free Entry

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