Landmarks in Canberra - ACT

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Australian - American Memorial

Affectionately known as `The Eagle`, the Australian-American Memorial is located in the forecourt of the Defence Offices in Russell.

Australian War Memorial

`Here is their spirit, in the heart of the land they loved; and here we guard the record which they themselves made` (Charles Bean, founder of the Australian War Memorial). The Australian War Memorial commemorates the sacrifice of Australian men and women who have served in war

International Flag Display

The International Flag Display colourfully acknowledges the United Nations and those that maintain a diplomatic presence in the national capital. The 90 plus flags fly from two offset rows of flagpoles along the promenade between the High Court and the National Library on the southern shore of Lake Burley Griffin.

Lake Burley Griffin

Lake Burley Griffin is Canberra`s centrepiece with a significant number of national institutions located on or near its shores. Go rowing, sailing, windsurfing, canoeing, kayaking, dragon boating, fishing, model boating or paddle boating.

Mount Ainslie Lookout

Walk, cycle or drive to the top of Mount Ainslie for a perfect view of Canberra’s unique layout. Take in Lake Burley Griffin, many of Canberra`s national attractions and the mountain ranges surrounding the city. See great views of the Australian War Memorial, Anzac Parade and Parliament House.

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