The National Bell Tower is a gift from the British Government to the Commonwealth of Australia, located on the Lake Bailey Griffin Peninsula in Canberra, the capital of Australia, to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Canberra's becoming the capital of Australia. It was officially opened by Queen Elizabeth II in 1970. The National Bell Tower is 50 meters high. It is designed by architects in Western Australia. The general Bell Tower must have 23 bells. The National Bell Tower in Canberra has 55 bronze bells. It is one of the most bell towers in the world. The National Bell Tower will regularly play a pleasant bell, so that people can hear the beautiful bell in a very distant place. In the evening, the bell tower was illuminated, making it a famous landmark in Canberra. National Bell Tower is of great significance to both domestic residents and foreign tourists. It has become the best place to celebrate festivals every year. On Australian National Day and other national traditional festivals, the whole country gathers here to celebrate the festival. The National Bell Tower has also become the venue of the concert. The melodious bells, together with other musical instruments, play wonderful and beautiful songs, attracting numerous tourists.
I visited it - but there was no bell ringing, no announcement of when the show would take place. It is recommended to install a button that, in case the clock does not strike, you can press the button to perform a small piece of music - or to post a Notice notifying when the performance will begin. These measures will be very useful. Otherwise, you're just here to see the huge stone carvings.
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The National Bell Tower is located on the Bank of Lake Kinningdra in Canberra. Although it is the Bell Tower, it is actually a monument. Mainly to commemorate Australia's independence and the spirit of practice. It's very quiet here. There aren't any tourists. You can take pictures as much as you like.
Canberra's National Bell Tower is located on the north side of Lake Kinningdra. Although it is not high, it is very conspicuous because there are no tall buildings around it. If you don't look closer, you think it's a monument. It is surrounded by no other attractions, relatively independent, so take photos.
The National Bell Tower in Canberra is located at the southeast corner of Lake Kinningdra. It is a square column 30 meters high. It can be seen in every corner of Lake Kinningdra. It is also a symbol of the Australian spirit and has an important symbolic significance in the capital.
On a small island of Lake Burley griffin, the scenery is very good, sunshine, lawn, Lake view, a breakfast and a moment of comfort.
The National Bell Tower is located on Asban Island east of Lake Griffin. The bell organ in the Bell Tower is a gift from the British Government on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of Canberra in 1963. Ordinary bells need 23 bells, while Canberra's large bell tower has 55 bells. Each bell weighs between 7 kilograms and 6 tons, and can be set to play automatically or manually according to the music. The three blades of the bell tower are inlaid with quartz and Opal respectively. When the lights are lit in the evening, the outer walls of the tower will shine in the night light. Bell Tower is usually closed to tourists, only every Wednesday and Sunday 12:30-13:20, the bell will continue to play deep but pleasant music.