National Electoral Education Centre
Round off your time in the capital with a visit to the award-winning National Electoral Education Centre, centrally located in the heart of the parliamentary triangle.
Check out the displays of historic election items and election advertising material. Enjoy a spectacular multimedia presentation about Australia's electoral history followed by fun in the interactive activity zone. A professional educator can then guide you through your very own election and you will discover just how preferences are distributed and how your own representatives are elected to the federal parliament.
It's a fun, myth busting, educational experience for visitors of all ages!
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“Preserving the past and future”
The National Archives of Australia (NAA) has two key functions: the preservation of documents that are important to Australians and to promote their use by the public; and to promote improved...Read the full review on TripAdvisor
The Marion Mahoney Griffin exhibition currently on show at National Archives Building was beautifully and cleverly presented. Most enjoyable and topped off with brunch and coffee at their CAFE...Read the full review on TripAdvisor
“Not a must do”
While interesting and well presented as far as canberra attractions go this one is a long way down the list. Only visit if you have done everything else first or are doing specific research.Read the full review on TripAdvisor
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