Visitors got to learn more about European Union-Australia diplomacy from the inside and discover why Europe is a top destination for both travel and study.
Inside the EU Delegation visitors took a seat around the official table where top European diplomats regularly meet. And heard first-hand from EU officials about the day-to-day work of a diplomat.
Visitors were encouraged to sign up for the @EUinAus Update - quarterly newsletter - which you can do here!
Visitors got a chance to explore more about Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czechia, Malta, Poland and the Slovak Republic whose embassies will host their own marquees around the grounds.
Bulgaria showcased its culture, history, nature, traditions and study opportunities.
Croatia showed why it is a popular tourist destination with rich and diverse offerings.
Czech Republic offered traditional Czech delights including potato soup and beer.
Malta showed who it is a place to travel, study and work!
Slovakia explained why locals refer to it as the 'Little Big Country.'
Cyprus delighted with traditional food and info on travel and study.
Poland presented the country’s history, culture and Polish-Australian links including national hero Tadeusz Kosciuszko.
Windows to the World coincided with Canberra's flower festival Floriade, which attracts hundreds of thousands of visitors each year.
EU Delegation to Australia
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