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Rated 4.9 by 488,557+ people

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    Check in by showing your confirmation to a store employee and drop off your bags.

  • Enjoy the day

    Do whatever you’d like, then show your confirmation to pick up your stuff.

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In the unlikely event of theft, loss, or damage, your things are covered.

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Frequently
asked questions

  • How much does it cost to store luggage in Canberra?

    The price for luggage storage in Canberra starts from just A$8.00/bag for the entire day.

  • Is it safe to store your bags in Canberra?

    Yes. Every bag is tagged with a security seal and comes with the $10,000 Bounce Guarantee. Every location is required to uphold tight security precautions. You may be asked to show ID and you will be required to use a credit card to book through Bounce in advance. With hundreds of thousands of bags stored, you can count on Bounce to handle your baggage in Canberra.

  • Are there storage lockers in Canberra?

    Yes, there are storage lockers and luggage drop off points in Canberra. Storing your luggage with Bounce is as easy as using a storage locker, except a real person is there to watch over your things. If you don’t want to worry about lockers being full or remembering the code for your locker, you can drop off your luggage at any of our convenient locations in Canberra.

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Store Your Luggage Around Canberra With Bounce 

In the southeastern corner of Australia, Canberra is the capital, as well as the largest inbound city. The city is tucked between the Bruce Ridge Nature Reserve, Black Mountain Park, Lake Burley Griffin, and Mount Majura Nature Reserve. With bushland not far from the heart of the city, you never know what you will see when strolling around the town. 

Canberra attracts thousands of tourists every day who come to see the expansive nature and major attractions like Mount Ainslie, the National Gallery of Australia, the Australian Parliament House, and the Australian National Botanic Garden. Other popular spots include the National Zoo and Aquarium, the National Arboretum, and the Telstra Tower, which is 640 feet tall and has a café and observation deck. 

In need of some retail therapy? Don’t worry, you can shop until you drop in Canberra. It doesn’t matter whether you are looking for mall shopping, outlet stores, a large department store, or street markets. Within minutes of Canberra, you can find more than 50 retailers where you can get souvenirs for those back home or some gifts for yourself. After you work up an appetite, visit one of the dozens of eateries from small cafés to large posh restaurants. 

Luggage Storage in Canberra

If you are in town for the day and do not want to carry your bags with you, we get it. We often travel and know the importance of luggage storage, which is why we came up with the idea of Bounce in the first place. In and around Canberra, you’ll find Bounce locations at reputable businesses like hotels and dry cleaners who will keep your luggage safe while you enjoy the town. For locals coming from work or the gym who don’t want to go all the way back home before heading out, you can use our Bounce services as well. 

Canberra City Guide

Top Things to Do in Canberra

From educational and interesting memorials, galleries, and museums to fun and exciting entertainment, Canberra has plenty to keep you busy for days. But if you only have a few hours, check out our favorite museums, shopping venues, and eateries. 

Museums 

For those who are into culture and history, museums and galleries are popular places to visit. You will have to leave your bags with one of our Bounce partners because they are not allowed in most establishments. Here are a few of our favorite choices:

  • National Museum of Australia: Established by the National Museum of Australia Act of 1980, the National Museum of Australia on Lennox Crossing has over 50,000 years of historical artifacts and exhibits. Dating back to 1788, you can find stone tools, bark paintings of the Aboriginals, and other memorabilia. You'll also learn the history of the surf lifesavers and bushrangers. 
  • Canberra Museum and Gallery: If you enjoy art, this art gallery on Civic Square has two floors and several galleries full of photographs, paintings, and other works of art. With rotating exhibitions, there is always something new to see, even if you are a local. The permanent collection, Reflecting Canberra, showcases the history and important periods of Canberra, including the Canberra bushfires of 2003 and many others. 
  • Australian National University Classics Museum: Located in the Australian National University on Ellery Cres, you will enjoy the variety of items and exhibits here no matter what you are interested in seeing. Besides the rotating collections from all over the world, the museum has more than 650 artifacts, including ancient coins dating back to 211 BC, a vase given to prime minister Ben Chifley in 1949, a 2,000-year-old lamp, and paintings from the 15th and 16th centuries. 

Shopping  

Are you looking for a unique gift for someone special or want some souvenirs to take back home with you? Choose from street markets, shopping malls, department stores, and tiny boutiques. Here are some of our favorites. 

  • Markets: Capital Region Farmers Market off Federal Highway in Exhibition Park has dozens of stalls with everything from baked goods to fresh produce. The Cellar Door Market in the Nishi Building on Edinburgh Avenue is famous for wine, cheese, and flowers. And Foragers Market is three markets in one, which includes Foragers, Eat Street, and the Precinct Market in Kambri Village on University Avenue. Whether you want clothing, accessories, handcrafted goods, jewelry, or anything else, you’ll find it here. 
  • Malls: If you enjoy walking around visiting shops in a large mall, you are in luck in Canberra. The Canberra Center on Bunda Street has over 260 retailers and eateries with everything from toys to technology and accessories to art. Westfield Mall on Benjamin Way has 270 shops with gifts, designer labels, department stores, and clothing. The Canberra Outlet Center on Canberra Avenue has big-name brands like Oroton, Seed, Adidas, and Tommy Hilfiger. 
  • Boutiques: For special items, you can choose from many boutiques like Canberra Antiques Center on Townsville Street, the Silk Road Gallery on Kennedy Street, and the Humble House on Wollongong Street. Mussen Boutique on Garema Place has designer clothing and accessories with brands like Nookie, Kester Black, and Apero. And if you want some bling, head to the Diamond Boutique on Lonsdale Street, Lovisa on Narellan Street, or Swarovski on Bunda Street.

Dining 

Don't leave Canberra without trying some of the local cuisine. Actually, their food is not much different from American dishes with steaks, burgers, and seafood being the favorites. There are some interesting local favorites, such as beef cheeks in many different styles and flavors, Peking duck tacos, and crispy squid. Try some of these tasty eateries. 

Fine Dining: If you want to be waited on and eat in a posh setting, head to one of the popular fine dining establishments in Canberra. Located on Bunda Street, Raku has a large selection of foods from Tasmanian to vegetarian, including sushi, octopus, and New Zealand Snapper. The Lanterne Rooms on Constitution Avenue boasts prawns, Vindaloo steak tataki, smoked quail, and ocean trout. For some local Australian cuisine, try the Boat House on Menindee Drive. 

Quick Food: Although they do have the typical McDonald’s and Subway, you can get other fast food in Canberra. For pizza, try Da Bronx on Francis Forde Boulevard or Pizza Gusto on Lonsdale Street. If your taste buds are craving a big juicy burger, visit Grease Monkey on Lonsdale or Grill’d Manuka on Franklin Street. For tacos and other Mexican eats, head over to Guzman y Gomez on Bunda Street. And for Asian food, go to Slow Noodle Fast on Gartside Street.

Vegetarian Food: Veggie lovers will not have a hard time finding a good place to chow down in Canberra, either. Daana on Theodore Street is the local favorite with a large and diverse vegetarian menu. The atmosphere is friendly and casual, and the food is delicious and fresh. The Spice Affair on Kingsland Parade will wow you with the most flavorful Indian food in town. Pomegranate on Giles Street has delicious eggplant boats, zucchini fritters, and amazing salads. 

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