We've partnered with event accommodation specialists Ozaccom to offer a tailored range of accommodation suited to every budget.  Here you'll find the special event rate for our conference hotel, the QT, and discounted rates on a selection of other hotels, many within walking distance of the QT. Ozaccom's online booking site provides the convenience of other online sites but without the hassle of having to trawl through hundreds of hotels to find the right one - they've done the hard work for you.

To book your accomodation via Ozaccom click here

For all enquiries regarding bookings made through Ozaccom, please contact Ozaccom directly on 1800 814 611 (Australian Toll Free) or +61 7 3854 1611 or email

Other accommodation options within walking distance of the QT are the Peppers Gallery Hotel and the Ovolo Nishi.


  Impeccably presented and ready to mingle, QT Canberra stands tall in a town where firm handshakes and sly winks are business as usual. Located near the fetching New Acton cultural precinct and next to the iconic Lake Burley Griffin, this designer hotel brings a keen eye for the finer things and a dash of wit to the more vibrant part of the capital. With exceptional event spaces, secret bars and the finest of dining experiences complementing the 205 boutique guest rooms, QT Canberra offers movers, shakers, and policy makers much more than just luxury accommodation.

    QT Canberra
1 London Circuit, Canberra
T: +61 2 6247 6244
F: +61 2 6257 3071
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  A must see on any trip to the Nation's Capital, the National Portrait Gallery is the place to go "explore portraiture and come face to face with Australian identity, history, culture, creativity and diversity".

"Through its temporary exhibitions, permanent displays and related programs, the National Portrait Gallery has continued to demonstrate portraiture's flexibility, energy and relevance as a genre; while the interpretation of the Gallery's ever-growing collection creates a means for people to connect with the lives of others: the people we variously revere, revile or desire; those we are most inspired, moved, perplexed or intrigued by; those who best illuminate historical experience and circumstance; and all of the other past or present-day companions whose lives might cause us to reflect on or understand our own."

    National Portrait Gallery
King Edward Terrace, Parkes
T: +61 2 6102 7000
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