Book lovers gathered for the launch of "In the Mouth of the Tiger" by Derek Emerson-Elliott and Lynette Silver
Crowds gathered at Lucky's Speakeasy bar at QT for the Hospitality Industry party.
Canberra Potters’ Society opened its' doors at Watson Arts Centre where visitors joined a range of activities
Annual Youthcare Canberra and Students Race Day at Thoroughbred Park
Luke Chiswell and Local Press Cafe teamed up for an artistic showcase by the shores of Lake Burley Griffin.
Cricket lovers gathered to watch the one day cricket match between Ireland and ACT Comets at Manuka oval
Mt. Stromlo played host to the final round of the NSW/ACT Downhill State Series.
Government House, the residence of the Governor-General, threw its doors open to the public on Sunday.
People gathered from all over to attend the Royal Scottish Dancing Society's Winter School Ball at St Edmund's College.
Crowds gathered to celebrate the National Film and Sound Archive's 30th anniversary.
Scenes from the opening of photojournalist Thomas Mukoya's 'Women Together' at the Nishi Gallery in New Acton.
Locals gathered to enjoy the Opening night of Sydney Theatre Company's The Wharf Revue: Open for Business, a political satire
Canberrans turn out en masse to the newly relocated Hustle & Scout Markets at Fairbairn airbase
Canberrans enjoyed a performance of The Gruffalo at the Canberra Theatre.
Scenes from the opening night of the play Equus at Repertory Lane.
Faces in the Canberra Times Marquee for the Floriade Nightfest Garden Soiree.
Roundhouse Hotel Group Canberra hosted a cocktail party to launch their new family of brands and websites.
Local Canberrans and AFL players gathered for the AFL Grand Final lunch at the National Arboretum.
Canberrans enjoyed breakfast at the Menslink Business Breakfast at the National Press Club, Barton
Crowds gathered at the Royal Thai Embassy for the Thai Festival
The Dragons Abreast Canberra 2014 Corporate Regatta was on at Weston Park in Yarralumla. This year the theme was 'celebrations'.
Canberrans made their way to Tuggeranong to see some of territories toughest ladies battle it out.
Locals brave chilly conditions to see Tuggeranong United take on Melbourne Victory in the FFA Cup at Viking Park
Canberrans got their dose of silly laughs at Shnitz n' Giggles, an improvisation show at Smith's Alternative Bookshop
Canberrans gathered at St Jude's Primary in Holder to see the parrots, finches, budgies, canaries, quail and doves on offer
Team Canberra Bon Voyage hosts a charity night raising money for Camp Quality.
Players and acquaintances of the Canberra Raiders attend the Meninga Medal presentation night at the AIS Arena in Bruce.
Lovers of food and fine dining had a chance to decide what would be on the next menu at Sage Restaurant.
Crowds gathered to witness and take part in The Canberra Times Fun Run.
Jacques Barrett and a number of local comedians performed at the Civic Pub on Wednesday night.
Crowds gathered at the Tugerranong Arts Centre for the Tone, Colour and Space exhibition by Lake Tuggeranong College Students.
The Brumby Ball was held on Saturday to honour the team's efforts over the course of the season.
Canberrans gathered at the Woden Tradies for the ACT Sport Hall of Fame.
The National Press Club played host to the Dorothy-Jane Band on Thursday evening as part of its August music programme.
Crowds gathered at Smith's Alternative Bookshop to see Adelaide songstress, Julia Henning.
The Front Gallery and Bar hosted an open mic comedy night on Tuesday evening.
The Bootleg Sessions are a showcase of local, raw and original musicians at the Phoenix, Canberra City
Families from around town spent Saturday at the Brick expo, an exhibition of rare and unique LEGO® creations
Crowds gather at La De Da bar in Belconnen for the live art battle Commit No Nuisance
Canberrans discovered the science behind glass at the Canberra Glassworks as part of National Science Week.
The opening night of Oscar Wilde's much loved play, The Importance of Being Earnest, at the Canberra Theatre
Locals gather for the opening night of the Israeli Film Festival at Palace Electric Cinema, Acton
Canberrans gathered for the special screening of The Hundred-Foot Journey, a new comedy starring Helen Mirren at Dendy Cinema
Diners were treated to an unusual marriage of fine food and fine music at Teatro Vivaldi's.
'Offline' a new exhibition at the Nishi building in New Acton opened on Friday night. Those in attendance were treated to works which dealt with spatial concepts and the human condition.
Canberrans get close to the beach for the premier of Arcadia: Sound of the Sea at the National Portrait Gallery, which captures "free-spirited" Aussie surfers in the age of conscription to Vietnam.
Locals gather for the annual acquisitive award for glass artists who reside in Australia and New Zealand, held at the Canberra Glassworks
The HotShots brought their Six Pack Sensation Extravaganza to Calwell to the delight of the audience.
Back again by popular demand, the Best Beard Competition at King O'Malley's, Civic, draws a crowd of facial fuzz fanatics
Canberrans enjoy the dazzlingly complex acrobatic show at Circa's S - Superhuman at the Canberra Theatre.
Excited music fans braved a chilly Canberra evening to see Coolio play at Transit Bar.
Hundreds of dancers descend on Garema Place in their best animal onesies for the 'Circus' themed Canberrang swing dancing festival in Civic.
Delights for the young and young-at-heart at the annual Malkara Model Railway and Scale Model Exhibition, held at the Malkara Specialist School, Garran.
Local property professionals dress up for the Property Council's ACT Awards Night and Gala Ball
A preview performance of Arcadia by Tom Stoppard.
A showcase of Nikon's exciting collection of professional DSLR's and lenses.
Canberra FC take on the Western Sydney Wanderers in a pre-season game at Deakin Stadium.
A Sunday spent at the annual Christmas in July Markets, at The Q, Queanbeyan
Honky Tonks hosted its first night market on Wednesday night, delighting patrons with an eclectic mix of clothing and food.
Exhibition opening of Abstraction-Creation: J.W Power in Europe 1921-1938, at the National Library of Australia
A fireside dinner and story-telling session with chef, Antonio Carluccio at the Kamberra Winery
Wombat Stew, live on stage at the Canberra Theatre.
Joelistics launched his album Blue Volume at Transit Bar on July 19
The biggest black carpet event of the year for hospitality, the ACT AHA Awards, held at QT Canberra
At the Canberra Theatre Centre, the 10 Tenors have high tea and perform an impromptu sing-a-long with twenty lucky ticket holders from the NSW South Coast region.
Zombiscal, an improvised zombie musical, took place on Friday at the Street Theatre.
A cold night in Canberra heats up at the Canberra Theatre with the opening night of "Patyegarang" by the Bangarra Dance Theatre.
The annual Bluestar Social Harmony Iftar Dinner returns for its sixth year at the Australian Centre for Christianity and Culture.
‘Mr Tim’ and the Fuzzy Elbows in concert with kids during the school holidays, at the Nishi Gallery
Skate in the City returned to Garema Place for its fourth year.
Lifeline Canberra celebrated their involvement in the Canberra community with their annual Gala Ball on Saturday.
The Canberra Club played host to the Sunday Assembly Canberra's trivia night.
Comedy fans who braved the wet weather were rewarded with laughs aplenty from comedian and improv extraordinaire Wayne Brady’s 2014 ‘‘Its My Line’’ tour at the Canberra Theatre.
People gathered to enjoy the annual NAIDOC Week Art Exhibition at The Q
The opening night of the inaugural Scandinavian Film Festival at Palace Electric Cinemas
"The way we wear" vintage fashion fair at Canberra's Albert Hall.
Canberrans brave the cold as they celebrate innovative and sustainable fashion at Canberra's first boutique night market.
Canberra's diverse Muslim community gathers at the Theo Notaras Multicultural Centre in Civic for Iftar, the breaking of the Ramadan fast.
Canberrans brave the winter cold to hear inspiring speakers talk about innovation, entrepreneurial spirit and extraordinary achievements in the Capital at the Festival of Ambitious Ideas at Questacon - The National Science and Technology Centre.
The opening night of GLINT at the Canberra Glassworks in Kingston. This exhibition showcases 8 artists, providing viewers a unique opportunity to explore the connections between printmaking and glass.
The 10th Anniversary of the Vietnam Veterans and Veterans Federation relocation to the Stephen King Memorial Centre
People gathered to enjoy the Mid-Winter Market at Belconnen Markets
People came from around Australia to attend the National Capital Dancesport Championships at AIS arena
Social photos from the Sunflower Dash for the Leukemia Foundation.
Crowds gather to support players at the first game of the Canberra Roller Derby League.
People gather at the gala launch of Art + Soul 2, a three-part series airing on ABC1 in July, at the NGA
Gym members gathered to celebrate Fernwood's 25 year birthday bash in style, 80s style.
Opening night of The Factory, New Zealand's first Pacific Musical, at the Canberra Theatre
The ACT and region's Indigenous high achievers were recognised on Monday.
The Canberra Raiders celebrated their 1994 grand final triumph with a reunion dinner.
Lucky's played host to a showcase of some of the territory's best brands and boutiques.
The NMA officially opened the Lag/Meta/Aus exhibition showcasing the culture and history of the Torres Strait Islands.
Movers and shakers don their best silks and furs for the 15th annual Mid Winter Ball and charity auction at Parliament House.
Smith's played host to the launch of Rita Wagner's new title 'Menopause Makes Mummy Mental'.
Edelweiss and Bluebells variety concert.
Belconnen Magpies dedicated funds raised from their round 12 NEAFL clash against Ainslie to Lifeline on Saturday.
The charity race day featured 'Fashions on the Field' and the search for the face of TTM Corporation Group.
Members and guests swap stories and laughs as they celebrate 20 years of the Chisholm Ladies Friendship Group.
Canberrans gathered to enjoy the unique Nordic hymns and soulful sounds of the Jukka Perko Avara Trio, at the Embassy of Finland.
The young and young at heart gathered at Old Parliament House to create a mega Lego mosaic.
Some Canberrans spent Sunday morning strolling through the handmade market stalls at the National Convention Centre.
Drawn in, at the National Portrait Gallery, where members of the public created their own pieces of artwork
Canberrans celebrate Italian National Day at La Scala Restaurant, Civic. La Scala was presented with a silver dish for the quality and authenticity of their cuisine.
Pedal Power ACT, in conjunction with the Planning Institute of Australia (ACT Division) and Heart Foundation ACT, hosts a reception for cyclist Timothy Papandreou.
The opening night of Rapt in Felt, the Canberra region feltmakers annual exhibition and bazaar at The Q, Queanbeyan Performing Arts Centre.
Crowds gather at the Wesley Music Centre to see 'From Little Things Big Things Grow'.
KU Braddon Children's Centre joined Australia's Biggest Morning Tea with a mad hatter themed party.
ACT Rural Fire Rescue Long Service Medal Ceremony at Terrace Cafe, Australian War Memorial
The Duntroon Campbell Scout Group invited their surrounding community to attend a special come a try scouting night.
The Canberra diplomatic community gathered at the Albert Hall to celebrate the National Day of Argentina.
The 100th anniversary of the arrival of the first train in Canberra.
2014 Public Education dinner at the National Press Club of Australia.
Superfans and moviegoers turn out for the premier of X-Men: Days Of Future Past at Dendy Cinema, Civic.
Opening night of Admission: One Shilling at the Canberra Theatre.
Eager film-goers attended the Canberra launch of The Babadook at Palace Electric Cinemas.
A. Baker showcased the produce of the Mount Majura winery at their Basement Bar on Thursday.
To mark the 25th year of National Volunteer Week, Lifeline Canberra recognised the extraordinary dedication of its volunteers.
The Canberra Glassworks played host to the opening of Australian glass scene luminary Nick Mount's exhibition 'The Fabric of Work'.
Families gathered to celebrate Watson Preschool's 50th birthday.
Camp Quality supper club after party at Old Parliament House, May 8.
Scenes from the 25th birthday of the Abbeyfield Ainslie House in Ainslie.
Barry Kirby talks about the lifesaving maternal health work he does in Papua New Guinea in conjunction with the charitable organisation Send Hope not Flowers.
Crowds gather to watch "Don Quixote" by the Imperial Russian Ballet Company at the Canberra Theatre
Snaps from the official opening of Active Travel in Braddon.
The Australian Dance Week Celebration presented by Ausdance ACT.
Artists and observers congregate at the Creative Textile Show held at the National Convention Centre.
Crowds gather at the Playground Martini & Tapas Bar for the Winter White Party.
Shots of Canberras most fashion-forward at the opening night of FASHFEST 2014 at the Brindabella Business Park.
The launch of “The Future Sessions” at the National Library of Australia.
The Canberra leg of the Groovin the Moo music festival took place at the UC on Sunday.
SnowyHydro South Care invites the public to its helicopter base at Hume.
Crowds gather to support the Cancer Council's Relay For Life at the AIS.
The Guardians of Style present Autumn/Winter new season fashions at the Canberra Centre.
20th anniversary of The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert at the National Film and Sound Archive of Australia.
The new-look Domain property magazine official launch.
Crowds turn out for the opening night of Australian film Backyard Ashes at Limelight Cinema, Tuggeranong.
The faces in the crowd at Thursday night's Canberra United v Sydney FC match at McKellar Park.
Royal National Capital Agricultural Society CEO Garry Ashby launched the Royal Canberra Show at Garema Place on Wednesday, January 29.