Visitors to the aviary walk amongst approximately 500 birds representing over 60 different species (Parrots, Finches, Doves and Quail) from Australia and around the world.
Whether it is an exhibition-based feature program, make your own session or a fun weekend class of glass blowing, engraving, casting, kiln forming, flameworking or beadmaking there is sure to be a creative workshop that fits with your interests in our regularly rotating calendar.
We are renowned for horse riding excellence and are Canberra’s only accredited Australian Horse Riding Centre (AHRC) offering; quality riding instruction from beginners to advanced level for ages 6 to 60 in a fun and safe environment.
SegGlideRide operates 7 days a week. It is a fantastic opportunity for people to enjoy Lake Burley Griffin and areas of the Parliamentary Zone. What a fantastic and enjoyable way to cruise around cities and towns with ease, seeing much more than on foot.
The Canberra Yacht Club provides recreational opportunities as well as organised division racing on Sundays during the summer season and more leisurely twilight sailing being enjoyed Wednesday evenings. Fortnightly autumn and winter racing ensures competitive fun year-round sailing.
Our passion for rock climbing reaches deep, and we want to share it with you. We love introducing people to climbing. Canberra Indoor Rock Climbing caters for beginners to the more seasoned climbers. We offer programs to get you started and develop your rock climbing abilities.
Sometimes those actors start out as small children, while others discover their love of theatre and film much later in life. Whichever you are, we are ready to help you launch – through actor training, classes, workshops and performances.
Our art programs are tailored to various audiences; ranging from children and young people to adults of any age. We aim to nurture, encourage, inspire and educate by providing a creative, stimulating and uplifting art experience.
We help young people to experiment, grow and express themselves creatively and physically. Come and learn juggling, acrobatics, stilt walking, hula hoop, plate spinning, staff, poi, trick sticks, diabolo, trapeze, lyra, tissu, Chinese pole, unicycle, mini tramp, adagio and more!
Venture into this delightful and fascinating display of meticulously handcrafted miniature buildings from around the world. Set within beautifully landscaped gardens, complete the experience with a ride on the miniature steam train, view the 34 room dolls house ‘Waverley’,
Features 94 forests of rare, endangered and symbolic trees from around Australia and the world. Many of the trees are still young but two of the forests are over 100 hundred years old. Over 44,000 trees from over 100 countries are growing, making it one of the world’s largest living collections of rare, endangered and significant trees.