Once a session has sold out, a waitlist will be opened up. You can join the waitlist to be notified if tickets become available.
If you are no longer able to attend a session, please click the link in your confirmation email to return the tickets so that someone else may attend. The waitlist will be notified of any available tickets on a first come first served basis.
Yes, at many of the
Open Day events food will be available for sale. Please bring cash only, as
there will be no EFTPOS or ATM facilities available.
We suggest you wear comfortable walking shoes, sunscreen and a hat.
Please leave bags at home as many venues may not allow you to take them in.
Bring ID to venues which specify this (see individual events for conditions).
Many events have special conditions of entry and these will be indicated on the website and booking section.
Accessibility varies at each venue. We suggest you check
accessibility at individual locations that are mentioned under the event
description when booking to avoid disappointment.
In the interest of health and public safety, dogs (other than
guide dogs and companion dogs with official documentation) are not
permitted entry to the grounds of Windows to the World venues.
Windows to the World is a family friendly event.
A free shuttle bus will
operate between venues. If you are planning on visiting more than one venue, we
suggest planning well ahead to avoid disappointment at not getting to the next
venue in time. Shuttle bus routes and
approximate wait times will be available on the website closer to the event.
Check back soon!
Parking is restricted
at many locations particularly at embassies, residences and high commissions in
Canberra’s suburbs. Some road closure may apply to control the flow of traffic.
Yes, the Windows to the
World shuttle bus is free.
Parking is limited
close to most venues and some roads close to venues may be closed. Please check
the website for special conditions and suggestions. We strongly recommend
taking the shuttle bus service.
Remember to be SunSmart. Simple things
like wearing sun protective clothing, SPF 50+ broad spectrum sunscreen, a hat
and sunnies can all contribute towards a great day out.
Ultraviolet radiation (UVR) levels can
still be very high in spring, so take extra care by checking the day’s
forecasted UV levels in advance. When UV levels reach 3 and above sun
protection is recommended.
Please be advised that the Australian Capital Territory is not
liable for any loss, injury or damage sustained arising from any incident
occurring on the grounds of an Embassy, Consulate or High Commission as the
grounds are not under the control of the Australian Capital Territory.