There are many things to do in Canberra this Queen's Birthday public holiday.
Nature lovers will be overjoyed to hear that many of Canberra's open spaces have reopened for visitors.
Some parts of the Australian Botanic Gardens have reopened with paths going one way to assist in social distancing measures. Hand sanitising stations are also placed around the gardens.
Corin Forest has reopened for snow play only. At this stage they are not able to hire snow gear or other equipment.
Remember to book ahead and check snow and road conditions before you venture out.
Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve has partially reopened, however the visitor centre is still closed.
There are no entry fees at this stage, the boom-gate entry is open with visitors maps available from outside of the visitor centre.
The National Arboretum is open for those who want to walk and see beautiful trees.
The gift shop and cafe are open with limited patrons, but there are no guided tours being held.
The National Zoo and Aquarium has also reopened for groups no larger than 20 people.
Reptile fans can pre-book to visit The Canberra Reptile Zoo at Gold Creek. Groups are limited to 20 people and bookings can be made by phone on 02 6253 8533.
Canberra's Walk In Aviary at Gold Creek Village has reopened.
The aviary does not take bookings or reservations however will only admit 20 people at a time.
Budding paleontologists rejoice! The National Dinosaur Museum has reopened for pre-booked visits.
Timed sessions are available at many of Canberra's cultural institutions.
The National Gallery of Australia has reopened their international gallery and two new exhibitions: Belonging: Stories of Australian Art and Xu Zhen: Eternity vs Evolution. These sessions are timed and bookings are essential.
The National Portrait Gallery is open for pre-booked hourly sessions.
This includes free entry to the National Photographic Portrait Prize, the first ever Darling Portrait Prize.
This also includes free entry to Shirley Purdie's Ngalim-Ngalimbooroo Ngagenybe (From my women) exhibition.
The National Museum of Australia is partially reopened.
A new exhibition Endeavour Voyage: The Untold Stories of Cook and the First Australians has been opened.
The museum shop and cafe have also reopened. Bookings are essential.
The National Library of Australia is open for bookings up to three hours.
For those who want to stay at home this long weekend, there are online exhibitions and events that you can enjoy from the comfort of your home.
The Museum of Australian Democracy has virtual tours on display, including Behind The Lines, which celebrates last year's best political cartoons. For more details head to the MoAD website.