Ramada Diplomat is located in the prestigious inner south of Canberra.
The green suburbs of ‘Old Canberra’ are home to many of Canberra’s most exclusive residences and diplomatic delegates.
A neighbour of Capital Hill, Ramada Diplomat is a short distance from the Parliamentary Triangle, federal and local Government Departments, and many of Canberra’s corporate districts.
Ramada Diplomat is also central to the vibrant precincts of Manuka and Kingston, known for boutique shopping, quality cafes and fine dining.
Whether you’re travelling for work or leisure, your shopping, dining, or nightlife needs are never far away.
National Gallery of Australia
Discover Australia’s most valuable art collection with more than 155,000 works of art on display. The National Gallery of Australia is one of Canberra’s many National Attractions and includes the world’s largest collection of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art. Located on the shores of scenic Lake Burley Griffin, you can wander through the NGA Sculpture Gardens or visit one of the many globe travelling exhibitions. Admission to the Gallery, including the Sculpture Garden planted with native flora and James Turrell’s Skyspace, is free and accessible.
Australian War Memorial
The Australian War Memorial is a museum and extensive archive of Australia’s wartime history. Leading remembrance and understanding of Australian involvement, the AWM commemorates the sacrifice of those Australians who have died in war or on operational service and those who have served our nation in times of conflict.
National Portrait Gallery
The National Portrait Gallery of Australia is a collection of portraits of prominent Australians significant in their field of endeavour or whose life set them apart as an individual of long-term public interest. Located in the bustling heart of Canberra’s cultural precinct, the Portrait Gallery is one of Canberra’s many national attractions.
Canberra Glassworks is an Australian gallery and glass art studio open to the general public to view the glass artists working and even create something for yourself to take home. It is the largest dedicated glass studio facility in Australia. Located in the bustling heart of Kingston Foreshore at the Kingston Powerhouse and constructed from 1913-1915, this is Canberra’s oldest public building.
You’re spoilt for choice in the centre of Canberra. Expect to enjoy a huge range of retail, restaurants, and vibrant nightspots in the heart of the city and the ever-changing, popular suburb of Braddon.
The home of Australia’s Parliament and the meeting place of a nation, Parliament House is located on a 32-hectare site on Capital Hill and is the focal point of Canberra, the capital city of Australia. The building is open to the public every day of the year except for Christmas day. Parliament House is one of Canberra’s many National Attractions
Old Bus Depot Markets
Lovers of fine handcrafted wares, clothing collectors, food fanatics and jewellery junkies are just a few of the people who make their way to Canberra’s famous Old Bus Depot Markets every Sunday, set in a fabulous old industrial building. Located in the bustling heart of Kingston Foreshore
Manuka Oval’s rich and diverse history has proved integral in its continuous use as a sporting venue. With a seating capacity of 13,550, the venue remains the premier site for cricket and AFL events in Canberra.