Questacon - National Science and Technology Centre
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At Questacon, we strive to promote greater understanding and awareness of science and technology within the community. We're committed to making that experience fun, interactive, and relevant.
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“The best science museum in Australia by far. A must stop destination for your inquisitive minds. Floors full of interactive displays and science experiments. Has reciprocal arrangements with Museums Victoria, so if you have a yearly pass, you get in for free - check your local Museum reciprocal…
Questacon – the National Science and Technology Centre, is located on the southern shore of Lake Burley Griffin in Canberra, Australia. It is a large centre with more than 200 interactive exhibits relating to science and technology.
the National Science and Technology Centre; Science with lots of fun - highly recommended to kids, students and parents!!
14 minutes driving from our flat to questacon. If you like science it's highly recommended but it's not free entrance. Close to lots of tourist destinations.
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“"Great place to visit with the kids. Lots of free exhibitions. Cafe serves great food with lots of vegetarian and gluten free options." - Local Guide”
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“The National Gallery of Australia is the national art museum of Australia as well as one of the largest art museums in Australia, holding more than 166,000 works of art. Located in Canberra in the Australian Capital Territory, it was established in 1967 by the Australian government as a national public art museum.”
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““The exhibits are very professional, informative and well presented. We were particularly impressed by the small scale battle scenes. Lots of memorabilia from individual soldiers including letters home, medals, uniforms and firearms. The aircraft and naval exhibits at the rear are amazing, so are the sound and light shows. Easily spend a full day the the AWM, there is so much to see and learn about. We found the interactions with staff to be very courteous, they are true professionals who are passionate and committed to their roles.” - Local Guide”
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“My pick of all the national cultural institutions: beautiful building, accessible art, interesting and often quirky exhibitions. A good way to get to know Australian people.”
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“Old Parliament House, known formerly as the Provisional Parliament House, was the seat of the Parliament of Australia from 1927 to 1988. The building began operation on 9 May 1927 after Parliament's relocation from Melbourne to the new capital, Canberra. In 1988, the Commonwealth Parliament transferred to the new Parliament House on Capital Hill. It also serves as a venue for temporary exhibitions, lectures and concerts. On 2 May 2008 it was made an Executive Agency of the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet. On 9 May 2009, the Executive Agency was renamed the Museum of Australian Democracy at Old Parliament House, reporting to the Special Minister of State. Designed by John Smith Murdoch and a team of assistants from the Department of Works and Railways, the building was intended to be neither temporary nor permanent—only to be a "provisional" building that would serve the needs of Parliament for a maximum of 50 years. The design extended from the building itself to include its gardens, décor and furnishings. The building is in the Simplified or "Stripped" Classical Style, commonly used for Australian government buildings constructed in Canberra during the 1920s and 1930s. It does not include such classical architectural elements as columns, entablatures or pediments, but does have the orderliness and symmetry associated with neoclassical architecture.”
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