Canberra and Region Visitors Centre

Get advice from local guides and pick up regional produce.
Melanie Colwell
Published on August 19, 2019


As much research as you may do before setting off on a visit to Canberra (which we can help you with right here), it's always good to leave a few empty spaces in the itinerary to fill once you've arrived. To get a lay of the land, make a stop at the Canberra and Region Visitors Centre. Here, you can chat to helpful locals who will point you in the direction of top-notch eateries, galleries and cultural sites to ensure your time in Canberra is spent wisely.

Based in the same place as the National Capital Exhibition — a good spot to visit to learn about the history of the capital city — the Canberra and Region Visitors Centre also offers bike hire, with rates starting at $20 for two hours, if you feel like exploring the city on two wheels. There is a great selection of local beers, wines, spirits and food on offer, too.

Image: VisitCanberra.


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