Peppers Gallery Hotel, Canberra
Things To Do In The Area
Australia’s Capital Territory is home to some great attractions, many within walking distance from Peppers Gallery Hotel, Canberra which is located ten minutes from the city centre, near Canberra’s many cafes, bars, shops and restaurants. The National Zoo & Aquarium and National Arboretum Canberra is a short drive away, as are the Botanical Gardens and Telstra viewing tower.
More than 48,000 trees growing on a 250 hectare site with 94 forests of rare, endangered and symbolic trees and species from over 100 countries. The Arboretum is as spectacular as its panoramic views over Canberra, Lake Burley Griffin and the mountains beyond.
The home of Australia’s Parliament on Capital Hill is the focal point of Canberra, the capital city of Australia. While a visit to Parliament House gives you the opportunity to see democracy in action, you will also find a unique blend of architecture, art and landscaping, making this one of Canberra’s most popular attractions.
The National Science and Technology Centre welcomes over 400,000 visitors every year. Here science and technology is fun and interactive. A must for kids of all ages.
Cool off in the summer months with the fun and excitement of the pools and waterslides. Bring the whole family along to enjoy lots of aquatic attractions and plenty of shady trees.
The National Gallery of Australia houses more than 100,000 works of art in its collection and regularly curates world-class exhibitions.
In its mission to remember, interpret and understand the experience of war and its impact on Australian society, the Australian War Memorial creates a world-class museum and shrine.
Australia’s only combined Zoo and Aquarium gives you animal encounters with a wide variety of native and exotic animals. Home to Australia’s largest inland saltwater tank and magnificent white lions. Just 5 minutes from the city centre.
Other activities in the area
Peppers Gallery Hotel, Canberra is walking distance from the National Gallery of Australia, National Library, Questacon and the National Museum of Australia. Canberra’s main cultural, entertainment, sporting and commercial centre is also nearby.
Festivals and Markets
- Hustle & Scout Twilight Markets
- Kingston Bus Depot Markets
- Art Not Apart Festival
- Enlighten Festival
- Multicultural Festival
- Canberra Balloon Festival
- Sky Fire