In 2020 there will be 20 days of the Canberra and Region Heritage Festival for you to explore what makes this Capital Region unique. The Festival umbrellas the most amazing assortment of activities designed to engage and immerse audiences in our natural, Aboriginal and built heritage.
With over 100 events, most free, you can enjoy tours, open days, dances, talks, dinners, markets and more. The festival raises awareness to the ongoing need to conserve the region's natural, historic and Aboriginal heritage.
Events go live on 16 March 2020 so be quick as many do book out.
'Study the past if you would define the future.'
Martinis at Manning Clark House is a great way to experience Robin Boyd's mid-century architecture.
Ranger guided walk at Bendora Arboretum
There's always a dance whether swing, bush or a refined gavotte at the Heritage Festival
Classic Cars are always popular at our open days.
Intrigue and salacious stories about former happenings and residents in the Barton Heritage Precinct
The radical architecture of Roy Grounds celebrated on its 60th birthday. The Shine Dome still amazes
Access amazing interiors like the Macedonian Orthodox Church. Taste their Easter delicasies.
There are always some cycling tours like this one discovering the Old Weetangera Road
Open Days at heritage sites throught the region provide entertainment, tours and food.