Culture Loop Shuttle Bus

The perfect way to see Australia's capital — for zero dollars.
Jasmine Crittenden
Published on July 31, 2019


There are so many great art galleries, museums and cultural centres in Canberra, it's hard to know where to start. Need help? Jump aboard the Culture Loop Bus. This free shuttle travels between Canberra's most popular sites, seven days a week, from 9am until 5pm. So, you can forget about driving and focus on your adventures. If you're a political animal, stop by Parliament House and the Museum of Australian Democracy. If you've got the history bug, swing by the National Capital Exhibition, where you'll learn all about how our national capital came to be. The building is also home to the Canberra and Region Visitors Centre, which is a good spot to discover nearby tourist attractions (and pick up some local goodies to take back home, too).

For a national perspective, make it the National Museum of Australia, a cornucopia of photography, video, objects and immersive experiences. Then there's Questacon for science and technology; the National Library for lots and lots of books; the National Film and Sound Archive; and Canberra Centre for shops, restaurants, bars and cafes galore.


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