National Archives of Australia, Canberra

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4/5 based on 85+ reviews on the web
National Archives of Australia is located in Canberra. Plan to visit National Archives of Australia and other customer-reviewed, writer-recommended Fyshwick attractions using our Fyshwick itinerary planner.
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  • The Archives were a bit of a detour on the way to Old Parliament House (next door). I was surprised by the amount of material there. There were some great interactive displays and we even read through...  read more »
  • We visited to see the "museum" part of this place, and it was just as fascinating as we had hoped. The display is not huge - we combined our archives experience with a visit to the nearby old Parliame...  read more »
  • If you are visiting Canberra the National Archives is well worth a visit. It's another great free museum with changing exhibitions. The exhibit areas are not huge but they are really interesting. We s...  read more »
  • Glad I made the effort on a chilly Sunday morning 😊
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  • Caught the Walter Burley Griffin exhibition which was really interesting both architecturally, artistically and from a town planning point of view. There are some interesting things to see, but it's probably not for everyone. I enjoyed looking through some of the historical photos being displayed.
  • Good galleries though not many. Great service.
  • It's interesting to be able to find odd news articles about Australia's past. It is also a good starting point to research Canberra's history, or your own.
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