A one-day tour of Canberra, the capital, visits the world's only parliament building open to the public. The core of the whole building is the stainless steel flagpole standing on the top of the hall. It is 81 meters high, straight into the clouds, with extraordinary momentum. Canberra is the only capital in the world that opens the Capitol to the public. Parliament House, located in the center of Canberra, is one of the most acclaimed buildings in the history of architecture in the world. It reflects Australia's diverse multiculturalism and national aspirations for the future in a special language. Take a picture at the entrance of the Chinese Embassy and look at the Mint and Lake Griffin by the way. Crowds of wild kangaroos are the highlights along the way. Unfortunately, it's too late to take pictures!