Government House will be opened up to the public for the first time since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic to allow people to pay tribute to the late Prince Phillip.
Condolence books for the Duke of Edinburgh, who died last Friday aged 99, will be placed at Government House on Saturday for members of the public to sign.
Governor-General David Hurley said the book will be available to be signed between 10am and 2pm.
"Since His Royal Highness' passing, [wife] Linda and I have been struck by the admiration Australians held for the Duke of Edinburgh as well as the deep sympathy we all feel for Her Majesty and the Royal Family," General Hurley said.
"Many tens of thousands have expressed their condolences online.
"Linda and I have welcomed diplomats, the leadership of the Australian Defence Force, members of the Duke of Edinburgh Award and others to Government House - we extend the same opportunity to Canberrans."
No registration is required for Canberrans to attend and entry is free, a Government House spokesman said.
Government House's drawing room will be opened to the public to allow for the condolence book to be signed.
However, no tours of the house or grounds will be able to be conducted.
Guests will have to sign in using the Check In CBR app.
The funeral for Prince Philip will take place on Saturday at St George's Chapel in Windsor Castle.
Due to COVID-19 restrictions in the UK, the number of attendees will be capped at 30.
Attendance will largely be made up of members of the Royal Family.
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