Parliament House in Canberra is the centre of Australian politics. Situated on Capital Hill and surrounded by parkland overlooking Canberra’s beautiful Lake Burley Griffin, it’s an architectural wonder and a big drawcard for tourists. And it’s largely due to the vision of one man: Alfred Deakin. As Australia’s then Prime Minister, it was he who chose Canberra as the nation’s capital. What inspired and motivated him?
Join us as we examine the life and enduring legacy of one of Australia’s political giants, and discover how you too, can make a difference!