A relatively huge and magnificent building, this place is also a very important music hall in Canberra. Music performances are in various halls. The hall area is also quite fun and it is relatively quiet. [Scenery] The scenery is beautiful [Value for money] Free visit to the periphery
After the tour in the Bela Temple in the morning, we hiked to Albert Hall, 2 kilometers away. After walking for about half an hour, I arrived at Albert Hall. From a distance, I saw the magnificent palace buildings in the middle of the road, but no tourists were seen inside. I walked to the front and confirmed that it was closed today because of a holiday. I never thought that such an important scenic spot as a public holiday would also be closed. It is really bureaucratic. In front of the closed main entrance of Albert Hall, there are also many tourists who come here, and most of them are natives of India. Everyone can only look at the building and sigh, find an angle to take a photo of the location and chat to masturbate through the iron fence. There were a lot of vehicles on the road nearby, as well as old-fashioned carriages and people holding horses for tourists to ride on to take pictures. The outside of the scenic area is very lively and the scenic area is quiet. Several guards armed with guns also chatted idly inside. . We could only sit on the opposite side of the road from Albert Hall, looking at the palace-rich buildings, and eating grapes and oranges, which was a short break.