Full Day Tour – 10 hours
Departs at 8am, Returns approximately 6pm
**Minimum 10 to go
- Panaromic journey across Southern Tablelands
- Mount Ainslie
- National Museum of Australia
- Canberra Mosque
- War Memorial
- Lake Burley Griffin
- Experience Malay Muslim Driver Guide
- Comprehensive tour and commentary
- Travel in air-conditioned car/van/bus
- Pitstops at/around prayer times at suitable locations
Optional Extras (to be paid on the day)
- Halal lunch
Sit back and relax as you travel into our capital state, Canberra via the vast greenery Southern Tablelands. Your Driver Guide will provide details of the day’s itinerary while you enjoy the journey south.
For picture-perfect views of Canberra, you can’t go past a visit to Mount Ainslie. Walk, cycle or drive to the lookout and enjoy the impressive scenery, lovely at all times but a particular treat at sunrise and sunset. Take in Lake Burley Griffin and many of Canberra’s national attractions, framed by picturesque mountain ranges.
National Museum of Australia
Australia’s stories come alive at the National Museum of Australia, on the shores of Canberra’s Lake Burley Griffin. The Museum’s stunning architecture provides an extraordinary place to explore the rich and diverse stories of Australia and its people. Free entry.
Stop at Canberra Mosque for our afternoon prayers. Bask in the peacefulness of the mosque, designed in Melbourne, was built in 1960 for £18,000 provided jointly by the three governments through their diplomatic missions in Canberra – the Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia, the High Commission of Malaya (before the formation of Malaysia) and the High Commission of Pakistan.
Bringing together a world-class museum, a shrine and an extensive archive, the Australian War Memorial in Canberra is a moving and insightful experience for both young and old. Discover the diverse Australian experiences of war and connect with the stories of people and events that shaped Australia. Free entry.
Lake Burley Griffin
The masterful centrepiece of Canberra, the large and lovely Lake Burley Griffin is an ideal water playground, whether you’re into rowing, sailing, kayaking, stand-up paddle boarding or fishing. Cyclists and walkers are well catered for along the 40km shoreline, and nothing beats a picnic in its numerous parks and gardens.