A new home for the Canberra Region Visitors Centre


Canberra’s visitor information centre will move to a new home at Regatta Point, providing visitors with new services and experiences overlooking Lake Burley Griffin.

The relocation of the Canberra Region Visitors Centre to Regatta Point in the first half of next year is an opportunity to reinvigorate the delivery of visitor services for the ACT and Canberra region in one of Canberra’s most iconic locations.

In its new home, the centre will be co-located alongside another of our city’s attractions, the National Capital Exhibition, providing visitors with the opportunity to learn about Canberra’s history and purpose as the nation’s capital.

The fit out of the new visitors centre will have a strong digital focus, but still maintain its highly important human touch, with a team of staff and enthusiastic, knowledgeable and dedicated local volunteers.

Importantly, for visitors driving to Canberra, the new visitor centre at Regatta Point also offers plenty of existing off street parking for cars, caravans and tour buses and access is via all main arterial roads into Canberra.

Until the move, visitor services will continue to be provided from the current visitor centre location along Northbourne Avenue.