Workshop Venues:

QL2 Dance

QL2 Dance

http://ql2.org.au
http://ql2.org.au/contact/
Gorman House Arts Centre, Ainslie Avenue, Braddon
QL2 Studio is in “D Block” at Gorman Arts Centre, with access from Batman Street.

Public Transport
There is an ACTION bus stop at Gorman Arts Centre, on the Ainslie Avenue side.

Bicycles
There are bike racks in the two well-lit gravel courtyards on Batman Street.

Parking
Gorman Arts Centre is close to the city centre, and is very busy at some times, so parking can be difficult or expensive.
Here are some nearby options:
Very limited free short-term parking on Ainslie Avenue — 5 minutes, 30 minutes, 2 hours
Limited free short-term on-street parking in surrounding streets. This mostly has limits — eg not between 9–11 or 2–3. Some is limited to residents.
Paid short-term (voucher) parking on the Batman Street side of Gorman Arts Centre, including several disability spots.
All-day pay parking 500 metres away in the Canberra Centre parking stations.

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National Library of Australia

National Library of Australia

http://www.nla.gov.au
http://www.nla.gov.au/visit-us/getting-to-the-library

Public Transport
ACTION bus services provide regular buses throughout the area. Closest bus stops are located along Commonwealth Avenue and King Edward Terrace.

Taxis
Canberra Elite (Phone: 13 2227 | SMS: 0481 072 700 name, pickup address and time required)
Cabxpress (Phone: 6260 6011 | For pickups from the Library, specify the front entrance)

Bicycles
Bicycle parking is available on the south side of the front entrance and in the car park adjacent to the loading dock off King Edward Terrace.

Parking
There are several car parks surrounding the Library. A large all day car park can be found further along Parkes Place, towards the lake. Disabled parking can be found immediately south of the Library, in the car park closest to the front entrance. A smaller all day car park is also located south of the Library, near the loading bay and secure bicycle parking facilities. All car parks are regularly patrolled by parking inspectors so we advise that you ensure you are displaying the appropriate ticketing before leaving your vehicle.

 

National Portrait Gallery

National Portrait Gallery

http://www.portrait.gov.au
http://www.portrait.gov.au/content/getting-here
The National Portrait Gallery is situated on King Edward Terrace, in front of the High Court and alongside the National Gallery of Australia – see a map of our location. We are open every day of the year from 10am to 5pm, except 25 December.

Public Transport
ACTION bus routes run from the various city centres past the National Portrait Gallery on a regular basis. Routes 1, 2, 3, and 80 on weekdays, and routes 934 and 935 on weekends and public holidays. For the latest bus timetable information please visit the ACTION buses website or Google Transit.

Parking
Those driving to the gallery are welcome to use our underground carpark. (Please check that page for fees and other access conditions.near the main entry.

Admission
Entry to the permanent collection is free of charge – though of course, we welcome donations to support our work. A charge may apply for entry to special exhibitions.

Photography in the Gallery spaces
You are welcome to take photographs of the permanent collection for personal use. Exceptions may apply, in which case a wall label specify ‘no photography’. In addition, flash photography, video recording and the use of tripods, monopoles, selfie sticks and additional equipment are not permitted.

Accessibility
All the galleries, cafe and shop are on one level. (To gain a sense of the layout, see our Gallery map.)
Wheelchairs and strollers are available, and assistance animals are welcome. Hearing loop facilities are provided in the Liangis Theatre and Terrace Rooms. Magnifying devices are available from the Information Desk. Companion card holders gain free entry to paid exhibitions.
Vision-impaired visitors are invited to use the Portrait Stories app during their visit. It’s a guide to all the portraits and people on display (and more), and makes use of in-built iOS accessibility features such as larger text and VoiceOver. If you have an iPhone or iPad, download the app for free. Alternatively, when you visit, borrow a device at the front desk. We welcome your feedback on whether it enhances your visiting experience, and how it could be improved.
The National Portrait Gallery is committed to providing a variety of inclusive programs.

Wifi and mobile app
Public wifi is accessible throughout the Gallery. From your mobile device settings, select NPG-PUBLIC. No password or login is required, and there is no time limit. There is a content filter but most people will not find it restrictive.
Whether you are visiting in person or online, our Portrait Stories app (for iPhone and iPad) is a good way to explore all we know about the portraits and the people they represent.

Storage facilities
Large bags and backpacks cannot be taken into the Galleries but the cloakroom is available for their storage during your visit.

Cafe and Store
The Portrait Cafe (operated by Broadbean Catering) (02) 6102 7160, open from 9am to 4.30pm, and Portrait Gallery Store (operated by The Curatoreum) (02) 6102 7170, open from 10am to 5pm, are located at the north end of the building to the right of the main entrance. For information regarding hiring facilities for functions and corporate services please contact (02) 6102 7010 or explore our Venue Hire options.

 

National Gallery of Australia

National Gallery of Australia

http://nga.gov.au
http://nga.gov.au/VISITING/GettingHere.cfm
The NGA is located in the heart of Canberra, near Parliament House, the High Court of Australia and next door to the National Portrait Gallery. You can also get to the NGA from the path around Lake Burley Griffin if you walk through the Sculpture Garden.

Public Transport
The closest ACTION bus stop is on King Edward Terrace and Parkes Place East, just a short walk from the NGA. For timetable information visit ACTION buses or call 131 710.
Taxis can drop off at the front entrance of the NGA. Call Cabxpress on 1300 222 977 or Canberra Elite on 132 227.

Parking
Underground paid parking is available via Parkes Place off King Edward Terrace. The above ground car park off Bowen Drive is available for parking on weekends only.
Paid parking applies only on weekdays until 5pm, weekend parking is free.
There’s parking for people with limited mobility in both car parks. Assisted lift access to the NGA is available from the underground car park.
Please see the parking signs for rates and conditions.
Car parking rates
0-1 hour $2.50
1-2 hours $5.00
2-3 hours $7.50
3-4 hours $10.00
4-5 hours $12.50
5-6 hours $15.00
6-7 hours $17.50
7 + hours $20.00
Max day rate $20.00
Lost tickets incur the maximum daily charge.
The pay station is located adjacent to the lift in the underground car park.
There are other parking spots within a short walk to the NGA.

 

National Film and Sound Archive

National Film and Sound Archive

https://www.nfsa.gov.au
https://www.nfsa.gov.au/about/visit-us/getting-here
We are situated in the heart of Canberra on McCoy Circuit, Acton, between the shores of Lake Burley Griffin and the grounds of the Australian National University. Just a 10-minute walk from the city and state bus interchanges. You are most welcome to call in, perhaps on your way from the National Gallery of Australia, National Portrait Gallery, Questacon or the National Library of Australia to the National Museum of Australia.

Public Transport
On ACTION route 3
Alight at Edinburgh Ave stop and proceed 600 metres to entrance on McCoy circuit.
For disabled access, alight at Liversidge St stop and proceed 400 metres to entrance on Liversidge St.
On ACTION route 81
Alight at Edinburgh Ave stop and proceed 600 metres to entrance on McCoy circuit.

Parking
There is dedicated visitor paid parking on the premises between McCoy Circuit and Ellery Cresent. There is also limited free parking surrounding the building on Liversidge Street.

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Canberra Contemporary Art Space

Canberra Contemporary Art Space

http://www.ccas.com.au
http://www.ccas.com.au/ccas-gorman-arts-centre

 

Mirramu Creative Arts Centre

Mirramu Creative Arts Centre

https://mirramu.com

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