Venue & Host City
Rich history & versitile spaces
Old Parliament House (OPH) was the home of the federal Parliament from 1927 to 1988 and was designed by John Smith Murdoch, the first Commonwealth government architect. The building witnessed many significant events in Australia’s parliamentary and political history and is an iconic landmark in our democratic journey.
From royal banquets and official state receptions to corporate conferences and galas alike, OPH has been host to it all. Refurbished to reflect its original grandeur, this renowned heritage-listed venue continues to provide a sophisticated and elegant backdrop for events of all styles.
For more information about the Old Parliament House, click here.
Canberra packs a big punch for such a small city and has recently come third in Lonely Planet’s Best in Travel 2018 list . National treasures are found round almost every corner and exciting new boutique precincts have emerged, bulging with gastronomic highlights and cultural must-dos.
Explore this award winning destination, from its stunning cultural attractions, fabulous markets offering the freshest local produce, shopping scene bursting with the best in boutique, local creations and discover its gorgeous outdoor attractions such as waterfalls, gorges, rivers, lookouts and snow-capped mountains.
Canberra offers a great diversity of attractions and experiences all within close proximity to accommodation and transport. For solo travellers, couples, families and groups, Canberra has something to appeal to the curious, adventurous, foodie or explorer within us all.
For more information on what to do at Canberra, please visit the Visit Canberra website.