Photographers: Erna Glassford (far left) and Dom Northcott
Free and accessible 365 days a year, the National Triangle is a Cultural Institution without walls. Home to the Cultural Icons, this precinct houses the national treasures, cherished monuments, and stories of our people.
Technically defined by the great triangle created by the three avenues: Kings, Commonwealth and Constitution Avenues, the National Triangle is home to some of our most important cultural institutions.
Spend the day in pristine Commonwealth Park, take a walking tour, have lunch by the water, or visit an art gallery or library.
There's so much to do in the National Triangle, you'll find yourself coming back again and again to take it all in.
With a variety of landscapes and public parks, the National Triangle is a beautiful place to pass the time. Check out the links to some of our favourite locations, or navigate directly there with Google.