Fellows Bar and Café offers fine, well-priced food and drinks in a stylish and relaxed venue. Fellows offers indoor warmth during the cooler months, and opens onto the leafy Fellows Garden, the perfect place for relaxing over a drink in warmer weather. The menu caters for all appetites throughout the day, from big breakfasts, on-the-go snacks, or more indulgent cafe dining. Refresh with barista coffee and speciality teas at any time.
Fellows Bar offers one of Canberra's best ranges of craft beers, premium but affordable wines showcasing the Canberra region, cocktails and whiskeys. Enjoy them in the intimate lounge, the cafe, or Garden. Add to this a variety of entertainment, a vibrant atmosphere and a throng of people, and you have the perfect place to catch up with friends and colleagues, or just with yourself.
More details on the University House website: Fellows Bar and Café
Got some spare time? There's plenty to see and do (and taste!) in the surrounding area. Check out a full listing at VisitCanberra.com.au
NewActon's central Marcus Clarke Street address offers a lifestyle experience that is truly engaging. With onsite retailers and a prime location in close proximity to the city, university and CBD, NewActon precinct provides convenient access to key cultural, entertainment, sporting, public transport and retail facilities. NewActon is a transport-rich inner urban precinct, just 1km away from the CBD and city bus interchange.
Enjoy an annual exhibition program which reflects the international profile of the Australian National University's School of Art. The School of Art Gallery presents a lively and diverse program of events throughout the year.
The School of Art hosts a lively program of public lectures including visiting speakers twice weekly during Semester. Conferences and special programs co-hosted with local arts organisations, such as ArtsACT and CraftACT, take place periodically.
The School also opens its doors each year to the public for the Australian National University Open Day.
The National Museum of Australia holds some of the nation's most popular and important items including Phar Lap's heart and the Holden Prototype No.1, as well as many significant artefacts from Australia's Indigenous history.
General admission to the Museum and permanent galleries is free. Some national and international temporary exhibitions and some special programs have a charge.
Housing a permanent collection, on display in 'Canberra Stories' exhibition, and a variety of local, national and international exhibitions.
Take a walk or have a picnic on the lawns in this beautifully landscaped park in the city, right on the edge of Lake Burley Griffin. You'll find interesting sculptures, hidden walks and tranquil ponds with the park's 34.5 hectares.