Good Indoor Activities to do in Winters in Canberra
As we all can guess, Australia’s Capital-Territory, Canberra, can get pretty chilly and cold during winters. While we do not deny the pleasure of sitting in front of a fireplace, all we are suggesting is that do not get too used to sitting on your couch all the time. Canberra has been named the third best city in the world in 2018 by Lonely Planet, and we suppose for all the right reasons. There is a lot of stuff to discover and have fun with during winters in Canberra. So who wants to chill out?
Here is a list of a few things you can do Indoor while it snows in Canberra!
1. Dance through the Night:
Canberra can be a lot of fun. One proof of this fact is the Great Gatsby Gala that is held every year by Hotel Kurrajong. On Saturday, 20th July from 6 pm to late, and Saturday, 17th August from 6 pm to late, you can let loose your hair and wear the fanciest costume you have, while you can also enjoy a scrumptious 3-course dinner. This Gala will definitely give you the 1920 vibes. Don’t forget to add some, or even better, A LOT of glamour to your look!
2. Go on a Wine Tasting Spree:
The Pialligo Estate invites the whole of Canberra to taste their favourite selection of wines, followed by a perfectly cooked meal. You have hit your jackpot if you visit this place on a Sunday. On Sundays, this place offers their famous Sunday Roast, cooked in a uniquely designed fire pit.
3. Listen to the Opera, while at the Movies:
We all want winter coats and beautiful vocals on chilly nights. The Met Opera’s Winter Encores season sees an entire series of award-winning operas. These Operas are not only captured live in high definition but are also screened simultaneously with the New York season. So, don’t wait no more. Grab your popcorns and get ready for a soulful series of evenings during the winter season in Canberra!
4. Stroll around THE NATIONAL GALLERY OF AUSTRALIA
At the National Gallery of Australia, you can explore a lot more than you might have imagined. You can lay your hands on proper education concerning Australian art, and you can also look closely through the international collection. It will be a thrilling ride through contemporary and classical art, photography and film exhibitions, paired with exciting and intellectual activities. Moreover, this place has the potential to be a dream come true for intellect-enthusiasts.
5. DISCOVER AUSTRALIA’S FILM AND SOCIAL HISTORY
The National Film & Sound Archive of Australia (NFSA) contains all of Australia’s cultural, film and social history. With a collection that comprises of almost three million films, T.V shows, auditory works and cultural memorabilia, it promises to not get the visitor bored or unsatisfied with the visit. Not only will your visit be delightful, but it will also stimulate your mind. This is undoubtedly a great way of increasing your familiarity with Australia’s film industry and learning more about the culture of Australia!