High Court of Australia, Canberra

Categories: Government Buildings, Tourist Spots
Inspirock Rating:
4.3/5 based on 220+ reviews on the web
History meets contemporary design at High Court of Australia. With views out to Lake Burley Griffin, the building boasts distinct architecture and artwork throughout. Tours cover the history of the High Court, which is the highest court in the Australia judicial system, as well as how it's run today. Each room has its own guide. If you're present while court is in session in this location, you can observe its members in action. Take a look at our Fyshwick travel itinerary planner to schedule your visit to High Court of Australia and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
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  • Interesting building very open to the public. Went on a Sunday so only 1 court was open, but there was someone on hand to provide a brief overview of the building and the portraits. Free lunchtime cla...  read more »
  • Well worth while visiting the High Court when in Canberra. If you are lucky you can see the court in action. We enjoyed the information supplied by the guides. Go See, 
  • we visited the gallery and the portrait gallery while in this area and found that the High Court was as interesting as the other two great buildings. the artwork in the foyer was fascinating and the d...  read more »
  • Went there in a Sunday afternoon. We had a free tour and there is no admission charge. I found it boring and the building ugly, unfortunately.
  • Imposing building, worth taking a tour - only takes an hour or so. Quite easy to access, with a number of other significant buildings within very short walking distance.
  • i can not honestly believe that Australia will charge 5 men with terrorism for boarding a boat heading for Syria while the whole world knows and it is a proven fact without any doubt what so ever that America is funding and supplying isis!!!! when will Australia indite America for war crimes
  • It's a very interesting an historic building. Great for some photos while visiting the galleries.
  • Free entry. Highest court in Australia, good to know where the power are battled over right here.
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