NOTE: The High Court will not be sitting in Canberra in August and September 2017 due to maintenance. The High Court building will remain open to the public for registry purposes, visits and school tours and concerts. Weekdays: 9.45 am - 4.30 pm; Sundays: noon - 4 pm; Closed Saturdays and all public holidays
Disabled access available, contact operator for details
High Court of Australia
Parkes Place, Parkes, Australian Capital Territory, Australia
Non Smoking Establishment
Ranked #15 of 217 things to do in Canberra on TripAdvisor
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“Outstanding grand building and interior.”
We mainly went to checkout the building design. The interior was very expansive with soaring ceilings and historic and modern artwork. Visited 2 courts (not in session) and were given interesting...
“A great place to learn about the Australian Constitution”
A visit to the High Court building will give you agood idea about the origins of the Australian constitution and the six key principles on which it is based. The building itself has an interesting...
“Ugly on the outside, but....”
The High Court of Australia building is a really ugly one. Brutalist architecture at its most brutal! On the outside you see a lot of concrete and you probably think you would better stay as far away...
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