Attraction - International Flag Display


International Flag Display

The International Flag Display colourfully acknowledges the United Nations and those that maintain a diplomatic presence in the National Capital. The 90 plus flags fly from two offset rows of flagpoles along the promenade between the High Court and the National Library on the southern shore of Lake Burley Griffin. The International Flag Display flies continuously and is lit at night. Each flag pole has a plaque at its base identifying the nation the flag represents.

Free entry

CATEGORY

Architechure , National attractions

ENTRY COST

Free entry

OPENING HOURS

Open all hours

  • Free entry
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    ADDRESS

    Commonwealth Place, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia, 2600

    Email

    [email protected]

    Phone number

    02 6272 2902

    SOCIAL MEDIA

    Phone number

    02 6272 2902

    SOCIAL MEDIA

    ENTRY COST

    Free entry

    CATEGORY

    Architechure , National attractions

    OPENING
    HOURS

    Open all hours

    Address

    Commonwealth Place, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia, 2600

    Email

    [email protected]

    Phone number

    02 6272 2902

    The International Flag Display colourfully acknowledges the United Nations and those that maintain a diplomatic presence in the National Capital. The 90 plus flags fly from two offset rows of flagpoles along the promenade between the High Court and the National Library on the southern shore of Lake Burley Griffin. The International Flag Display flies continuously and is lit at night. Each flag pole has a plaque at its base identifying the nation the flag represents.

    Free entry

    • Free entry