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The GIANTS have a long and proud history in Canberra, having firmly established a footprint in the nation's capital from the club's inception.

In December 2022, the Club announced a landmark long-term partnership extension with the ACT Government which would see the GIANTS remain as Canberra's team through to at least 2032.

You can read more about the partnership extension, here.

The club committed to playing at least three AFL matches in Canberra each season while also playing pre-season and an AFL Women's match at Manuka Oval. 

The GIANTS have had many iconic moments at Manuka Oval over the years including the club's first-ever win - coming in round seven, 2012 against the Gold Coast Suns. 

Many GIANTS players have also hailed from or spent time in the nation's capital and surrounding areas including Phil Davis, Harry Himmelberg and Tom Green in the AFL program as well as AFLW stars Britt Tully, Jessica Allan, Jodie Hicks, Ellie Brush, Emily Pease and Tarni Evans.





Canberra fans will have three GIANT games to attend at Manuka Oval in season 2024, with games against a pair of 2023 finalists as well as an emerging Hawthorn side. 


The GIANTS will begin their 2024 season in Canberra in round five in a red-hot Saturday afternoon clash with fellow 2023 finalist St Kilda. 


The matchup will be the first time the sides face off since the GIANTS ended the Saints’ season early with a spirited 24-point elimination final win over Ross Lyon’s men at the MCG last year. 


The round five fixture will be the first time the Saints have played in the nation’s capital since 2022. 


Next up the GIANTS will host 2023 Grand Finalist Brisbane in a monster ANZAC Day clash under the bright lights of Manuka Oval in round seven. 


The blockbuster fixture will be just the second time the GIANTS have taken to the field on Anzac Day following their 2015 matchup with Gold Coast in 2015 at the same venue. 


The trio of Canberra clashes will finish with a round 21 matchup with the Hawks with whom the GIANTS had two epic battles against in season 2023, with just 15 points separating the sides across both games.  




The echo of the Big Big Sound is ready to be unleashed again as we charge into a massive season of footy. From Western Sydney to the ACT, and across the entire country, the orange and charcoal is growing – louder, prouder and more committed than ever. We’re ready to push for greatness and ready to fight until the end; are you?


Be part of something more - a GIANT family. A family that is united in orange and a Never Surrender attitude, both on and off the field. Are you ready to join the Big Big Sound in 2024? Memberships are perfect for fans wanting to attend games at Manuka Oval. Browse from a number of tailored packages to suit the game access you want.






Why not take your support up a level and be part of our unique coterie group for our most valued ACT supporters? 


The Territorians provides an opportunity to network and build strong relationships through a variety of ACT match days and events. 





A perfect weekend getaway, go for the iconic museums and galleries, stay for the classic Canberra experiences. Delight in a foodie wonderland with a side of world-class art, breathtaking nature and family fun all within easy reach. Take a heart-pumping hike or cycle the trails of the world’s most sustainable city. Top it off with a taste of the thriving cool-climate wine region. It’s more than you expect and it’s waiting for you.








From pillow menus to dining next to a lion, hotels in Canberran offer more than just a place to lay your head. Sleep under five million stars with Cubby & Co’s glamping tents at Mount Majura Vineyard. Rest your head in a treehouse neighbouring some friendly giraffes at Jamala Wildlife Lodge or enjoy a cocktail in a rooftop bar atop your hotel. For more unique stays, including tiny houses and eco-friendly hotels, check out where the locals recommend you stay.



At the heart of Canberra is Lake Burley Griffin, surrounded by galleries, museums, cafes and parks, as well as walking and cycling paths. Do as the locals do and spend an hour walking the ‘bridge to bridge’ path around the lake, stopping for a coffee along the way.

Enjoy a floating picnic on a GoBoat. Don a captain’s hat and navigate this eco-friendly electric boat around Lake Burley Griffin to find the perfect vista for your scenic lunch.



Canberra’s calendar of events and festivals celebrate the city’s four distinct seasons. In a typical year indulge in delicious delicacies at The Truffle Festival each winter and marvel as iconic buildings are turned into artwork and hot air balloons take to the sky during Enlighten Festival in autumn. Search Canberra’s event calendar to find what’s on during your next trip to the capital.



Just a few minutes’ walk from the city centre is Braddon, Canberra’s ever-evolving shopping and foodie precinct where you’ll find a mingled assortment of boutiques, cafes, bakeries, restaurants and bars. At the heart of this hipster haven is Lonsdale Street, which flaunts an exciting variety of independent stores showcasing local makers and creatives.

Find artisanal treats and locally designed gifts at POP Canberra, pick up a bottle of local wine or craft beer at Blackhearts & Sparrow, or go on a café crawl to find your new favourite coffee.



Spend your Saturday morning shopping up a storm at the Capital Region Farmers Markets, where you can buy fresh produce direct from the growers and enjoy a delicious local breakfast or brunch. Pick up some tasty treats, a bunch of flowers, and locally crafted goodies each Sunday at the Haig Park Village Market.

Time your trip with the first Sunday of the month to explore the treasure troves at the Hartley Hall Markets. The capital is overflowing with speciality stores to satisfy every shopping list. Take your little wizards to the Harry Potter themed Quizzic Alley shop, enjoy a glass of wine at Muse bookstore, or select bespoke jewellery at KIN Gallery.



Canberra’s three cool-climate wine regions offer a spectacular range of experiences, from wine-tasting and fine dining to truffle hunting. Traditionally, Chardonnay, Riesling, Pinot Noir and Shiraz varieties have thrived here at the 140 vineyards and 40 wineries, within 35 minutes’ drive of the capital.

Beer lovers can’t go past a cold brew from Braddon brewpub BentSpoke Brewing Co, who took out top spot in the GABS hottest 100 craft beers of 2020. Or cheers your mates with a speciality brew in the spacious beer garden after a tour of Capital Brewing Co in Fyshwick.



From our ancient Indigenous past and colonial history to the modern multicultural country of today, unearth the treasures of our nation at the national attractions in Canberra. Explore one of the world’s most architecturally acclaimed buildings, Parliament House, and see the nation’s most popular and important objects – from the Holden Prototype No.1 to bark paintings and ochre used by Aboriginal artists more than 50,000 years ago - at the National Museum of Australia.

Uncover new knowledge from over 10 million items at the National Library of Australia or place a poppy on the Roll of Honour at the Australian War Memorial. Discover more history and heritage at Canberra's other iconic museums and attractions.