by Sam Tremayne
As probably the first male in the world to see this film I’ll probably be attacking this review in a much different light to most of the audience. Beating......Read more >>
Arts Venue Profiles
National Archives of Australia
Nestled behind the Old Parliament House rose gardens, the National Archives of Australia offers visitors a glimpse into Australia’s history.
Wander through Memory of a Nation, a permanent exhibition of treasures, and discove...
National Library of Australia
Situated on the shore of Lake Burley Griffin, the National Library of Australia houses one of the world’s most remarkable collections of material relating to Australia and the Australian people. From early ephemera to the nation...
The Street Theatre
Conveniently located close to the ANU in Childers street, City West, The Street Theatre houses two theatres, meeting rooms and a cafe/bar.
Officially opened in 1994 The Street Theatre houses small to medium sized events such ...
Exploring Our City
Canberrans are a lucky bunch when it comes to wintery weekends. However we choose to spend them, it’s near-guaranteed to be under beaut, blue skies filled with gentle sun. We’re spoilt for choice in all things food, the commute to ‘wherever’ is generally done in under 20, and the only ‘um and ah’ is perhaps in deciding on something new to throw into the weekend mix.
Nodding in agreement? – well, give this a crack.
Friday nights at The Old Canberra Inn in Lyneham are about sinking...