Day tour: Gold and the Incas
Explore the lost worlds of Peru
Enjoy a visit to Canberra to view the National Gallery of Australia’s exhibition Gold and the Incas: lost worlds of Peru. This is the most important survey of Peruvian art to be staged in Australia, showcasing the splendour of the ancient pre-Hispanic cultures of Peru.
Stop for morning tea in Berrima before heading to Canberra for lunch and the exhibition. Time permitting, you may visit the National Portrait Gallery. There will be a stop in Goulburn for dinner, before arriving back in Sydney around 10pm.
Suitable footwear for walking required. Please advise any dietary requirements when booking.
Saturday 8 or 22 March 2014, 7.45am
Bookings and enquiries: 02 9225 1878
Meet outside the MCA at 7.45am for 8am departure
140 George St, The Rocks
Cancellations: Three full working days (Mon–Fri) notice is required to qualify for a refund. All refunds attract an administration charge of 25% of the ticket price(s) with a minimum charge of $5.
Duration 14 hours, 15 minutes
Image: Sicán-Lambayeque culture, North coast 750–1375 AD, Tumi [knife] (detail) gold, silver, chrysocolla, turquiose, lapis lazuli, spondylus; 27.5 × 10.3 cm. Museo Oro del Perú, Lima. Photograph: Daniel Giannoni