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Telstra Tower

Telstra Tower is like Canberra's compass. The hilltop landmark is visible throughout the bustling city, casting a watchful eye over locals and visitors alike. A pinnacle of modern technology, Telstra Tower rises from the center of Canberra Nature Park and offers panoramic views of the city and surrounding countryside. It opened in 1980, and while the tower's name has since changed from Telecom Tower, it continues to provide communication facilities for the nation's capital. Telstra Tower has both indoor and outdoor viewing galleries, a telecommunications museum, cafe, revolving restaurant, and gift shop.

St Christopher's Cathedral

Prime Minister Robert Menzies opened this Roman Catholic Cathedral in 1939. It was later extended and renovated in 1972. The bell tower was created in the Florentine campanile style, and the first bell installed was cast in Dublin. Then in 1986, two more bells were cast in Holland. There are also three stained-glass windows, added at the time of the extension, which depict the first American saint, a Polish priest, and Blessed Mother Mary McKillop. The pipe organ at St Christopher's Cathedral in the choir loft was originally in St James Anglican church in Sydney. Stop by for service or simply to admire the cathedral.

Presbyterian Church of Saint Andrew

Standing tall over Canberra, St Andrew's first opened in 1934. Architecturally, it is interesting as the building has two distinct parts. Construction of the main part of the church commenced in 1929. However, as a result of the Great Depression, work could not be fully completed. When it was opened in 1934, only the apse, transept, tower and spire were finished. In 1978 building commenced on the nave, which was completed in 1979. St Andrew's remains Canberra's landmark church. Call for service times.

Canberra Deep Space Communication Complex

If you have always wanted to visit the moon (or Mars or Pluto), it is now as easy as getting in the car! The many entertaining and interactive exhibitions at the Canberra Space Centre include seeing what astronauts eat, checking your weight on the Moon, or watching a film in the miniature theater. This station is one of only three of its kind in the world and communicates with interplanetary spacecraft. Several radio antennas circle the complex, each one as large as the surrounding hills and just as impressive.

St Ninian's Uniting Church

St Ninian's church was built in 1862 as a Presbyterian church and in 1977 became the Uniting Church. It was founded by Scottish settlers, many of whom were shepherds in the district. Local stone from Black Mountain Nature Park was used to build this simple church with volunteer labor. The church fell into disrepair in the years between 1921 to 1947 but was later extended and renovated. The church seats 144 people. It has a plain interior except for the geometrically patterned, stained-glass windows.

Rats of Tobruk Memorial

This memorial was unveiled by Sir Ninian Stephens (former Governor General of Australia) in 1983, and is dedicated to all those who fought in the siege of Tobruk in 1941. A giant, glimmering bronze flame set between battlement-shaped stones, the memorial represents defensive soldiers set up against the enemy, along the coastline at Tobruk. A time capsule was laid in 1991 at the foot of the memorial to mark the 50th anniversary of the siege of Tobruk.

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