About Canberra


Australia’s capital, Canberra, is a city The New York Times says offers ‘big-sky beauty, breezy civic pride and a decidedly hipster underbelly’.

Situated between Sydney and Melbourne, Canberra is a young and vibrant multicultural city that reflects and tells the story of Australia. Discover a city in a park featuring a kaleidoscope of colours and experiences that unfold with four distinct seasons.

Surrounded by forest, farmland and nature reserves, it earns its nickname, the “Bush Capital.” The city’s focal point is Lake Burley Griffin, filled with sailboats and kayaks. On the lakeshore is the massive, strikingly modern Parliament House, as well as museums including the National Gallery, known for its indigenous art collections. Explore the great outdoors among the leafy surrounds or venture into national parks and get up close to native Australian wildlife.

The national capital offers visitors an abundance of world class outdoor activities, natural beauty and family friendly attractions that will entertain and excite.

Canberra’s food scene is red hot and the local arts movement is thriving. Tempt your tastebuds at stylish restaurants, bars and cafes or spend the day sampling award-winning cool climate wines at one of more than 30 boutique cellar doors in the Canberra region.

For more information on Canberra and the surrounding areas, please visit the Visit Canberra website


QT Canberra
1 London Circuit, Canberra, ACT Australia

The congress will take place at QT Canberra, launched in April 2014 and combines the largest hotel conferencing facility in the region with the signature QT talents of quirkiness and creativity. QT Canberra is located within walking distance of Canberra’s city centre, and is in the heart of the NewActon cultural precinct

For further information regarding the QT Canberra and how to get there please visit: