The City of Hume, Australia is located just ten kilometers outside Canberra. Nearby tourist attractions include the Canberra Theatre Center, The Art Society Gallery Queansbeyan, and the Royal Australian Mint. Camping, hiking, picnic and outdoor activity opportunities in the area include the Kowen Pine Forest, the Wanniassa Hills Nature Reserve, The Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve and the Murrumbidgee River Corridor are nearby with many trails.
Museums and aquariums nearby include the National Zoo and Aquarium, the Canberra Railway Museum, and The National Museum of Australia. Sporting complexes and opportunities include the Australian Institute of Sport, The Queansbeyan Racecourse, the Letchworth Regional Park, and the Canberra International Golf Center.
Other points of local interest are the Canberra Deep Space Communication Complex, the Mount Ainslie Lookout and the Mount Stromlo Observatory. Shopping opportunities in the area include malls and outlets such as the Westfield Woden, the Erindale Shopping Center, the Lanyon Marketplace, the Canberra Outlet Centre, Fushwick Plaza Riverside Plaza, Majura Park Shopping Center and the Paragon Mall.
Casino Canberra is located on Binara Street of Canberra and just fifteen kilometers from the city of Hume. Casino Canberra has an in-house restaurant, an event space, and a Senators Club along with many favorite casino games and tournaments.
The Natural Nine restaurant is run by award winning Chef Chad Ogden and offers a creative, fresh menu. The Senators Club offers secured parking for members as well as VIP promotions, gifts and tournaments and points earned can be redeemed for complimentary dining, complimentary hotel accommodations or free game play. Casino Canberra also offers a Texas Hold'em poker tournament every Thursday night, a Roulette Tournaments, Blackjack, Pai Gow, Mini-Baccarat, Money Wheel, and Rapid Roulette. Adjacent to the casino is the Crowne Plaza Cranberra hotel who offers special casino room availability and rates to Casino Canberra patrons.