Travel Blogs from Canberra, Australia

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Home; What I have Learned, Canberra, Australia travel blog

Home; What I have Learned

A travel blog entry by minkyjane

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... of years as well as small nasty things that kill hundreds of people. 8. Eating yoghurt will not cure gastro caused by bacteria. 9. Australia has the most beautiful beaches in the world or at least in Australasia. 10. Turning 40 IS a cause for ...

turtle by the lake, Canberra, Australia travel blog

turtle by the lake

A travel blog entry by scottanddina

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Look at this fabo turtle I found by the lake. He's so ...

One more day in Canberra, Canberra, Australia travel blog

One more day in Canberra

A travel blog entry by sunshinetrekker

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Well, looks like I couldnt bring myself to depart with the lovely city of Canberra.  I had actually planned on leaving for Melbourne today, but my host Jonathan freed himself up to take me around for the day.  We had a lovely lunch/coffee at a ...

Canberra, Canberra, Australia travel blog

Canberra

A travel blog entry by russellffc

... opinion as although its not the nicest placxe in the world there is quite alot there and it is the capital city of australia so surely worth a visit. Aparently they decided to make it the capital as melbourne and sydney would throw their toys out of the ...

Canberra, Canberra, Australia travel blog

Canberra

A travel blog entry by lweinreich

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We have arrived for a short stay in the capital of Australia, Canberra, and just like most government towns, it was practically closed when we arrived. Well, this city was not too good. We literally had to walk between the few attractions such as the ...

Canberra, Canberra, Australia travel blog

Canberra

A travel blog entry by ryanislost

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... go back and start from the beginning so this will be a short one to begin with. As most of you know i have lived in Canberra for the last seven years to complete uni and start my teaching career. Now that has happened it is time to travel travel ...

The Bush Capital, Canberra, Australia travel blog

The Bush Capital

A travel blog entry by harryvs

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... CBD with heaps of space and a laid back atmosphere. The town if famous for Berrima Gaol which is the longest operating jail in Australia and dates from the early 19th Century and I think still operates as a female prison. After a look round the gift shops ...

Australia Capital Territory, Canberra, Australia travel blog

Australia Capital Territory

A travel blog entry by duffyj

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... the place as there was a nice camp fire, we were right in the wilderness, and due to the fact that everyone else in Australia was at work we were also the only ones there. We pitched our table to reserve our spot and went on an explore of the ...

Victory in Europe, Canberra, Australia travel blog

Victory in Europe

A travel blog entry by dallbrooke

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On Saturday night a Victory in Europe themed charity dance was held at the Albert Hall Canberra.  Ngaira and I spent the whole of Saturday getting dolled up for the occassion.  In the morning her gran put our hair in rollers.  We ...

The capital, hey?, Canberra, Australia travel blog

The capital, hey?

A travel blog entry by thommo-travels

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... at the best of times, but with all the rain, it's just plain scary! So, with a swift direction change, we aimed for Canberra instead. We were going move on to the ACT at some stage anyway, so no real drama there. The drive from Wodonga was amazing. We ...

Preparation prevents piss poor performance, Canberra, Australia travel blog

Preparation prevents piss poor performance

A travel blog entry by leena_loxa

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Hi blog readers, today sees the first entry in A&N's new travel blog.  Leena Loxa is the handle we are using, and you can puzzle that one out for yourself.  If you're a Type A traveller (as one of us is), it is essential to have everything ...

Leaving Australia to Tokyo, Canberra, Australia travel blog

Leaving Australia to Tokyo

A travel blog entry by chezstar

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Leaving Australia at 7am to Sydney then an overnight stop over in Narita. After a good night sleep - travelling to London where Alex will meet us at the ...

Sept 10-12, 05 (Sat-Mon), Canberra, Australia travel blog

Sept 10-12, 05 (Sat-Mon)

A travel blog entry by marvroki

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... Colin drove us to the top of Mt. Ainslie where we can have a gorgeous view of the city of Canberra. Canberra was a planned city and spread out. Of course Australia is a huge country and has enough land to do this. We went to Regatta Point which depicts ...

spent some time in the capital, Canberra, Australia travel blog

spent some time in the capital

A travel blog entry by eddandalice

very big and ...

Being kids in Canberra, Canberra, Australia travel blog

Being kids in Canberra

A travel blog entry by c_s_m_luurtsema

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We headed to Questacon today - Australia's National Science Museum. Now, as you probably know, that's not really the kind of place I'm in to, but we'd heard good things that it was really hands-on for kids, so thought it would be good fun for Maddie. ...

t -2 days, Canberra, Australia travel blog

t -2 days

A travel blog entry by chrisnness

We are very excited at the moment... Chris is making sure everything is charged and ready to go. Nessy is very excited by her new phone... (same number - its cheaper to txt us than to call us, too by the way - international roaming is turned on) If ...

Day 8 Canberra, Canberra, Australia travel blog

Day 8 Canberra

A travel blog entry by chrismullett592

In transit today from Melbourne to Canberra, a 10 hour bus ride. After checking into the hostile we found a nice pub where they were having karaoke and sang Sweet Home Alabama with Dr. Roux. The crowd went ...

Lots of culture in Canberra... but no balloons!, Canberra, Australia travel blog

Lots of culture in Canberra... but no balloons!

A travel blog entry by lilyloves

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... of people I didn't know! I was getting a little bit bored now, so the grown-up suggested we go to the High Court of Australia, which was lots more interesting. We even got to see into the Court Room, but there wasn't any cases being heard as it was a ...

The Australian War Memorial, Canberra, Australia travel blog

The Australian War Memorial

A travel blog entry by daridah

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... , my Mum and I made a trip to the Australian War Memorial. It's a fairly incredible place, with relics and stories from Australia's military history, with particular focus on World War's I and II. Just as we arrived there, a tour was beginning, so we ...

Work and stuff, Canberra, Australia travel blog

Work and stuff

A travel blog entry by jameshyde

... in a long time, and our first in Australia ever. Michelle and I both worked at Sub-Urban restaurant in Dickson district on Canberra, ACT, Australia. It was not all together a very charming experience but we were grateful none the less. It seems to be an ...

Taking some time out at the Capital..., Canberra, Australia travel blog

Taking some time out at the Capital...

A travel blog entry by jam10

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... .  The use of marble (which came all the way from Italy) in the Foyer provides a link to the arrival of Europeans to Australia.  So basically, everything in the design of this place has a meaning.  The tapestry in the Great Hall is of giant ...

Departure..., Canberra to Sydney, Australia travel blog

Departure...

A travel blog entry by cynthiahegerty

... about food.... I am not going to listen to him..... Back on task Breakfast - the final ultimate taste of canberra - saturday scrolls from silo.... chocolate, blueberries, almonds all wrapped up in buttery pastry goodness. These delectable pastries ...

Beginning of a long Road trip, Canberra, Australia travel blog

Beginning of a long Road trip

A travel blog entry by kangaroopoo

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... site was nice, see the pics. After a short stop off at a 'blow hole' at Kiama, again see pics, we then drove on to Canberra, the Capital of Oz, & one of the most photographed cities, ever! We took a tour of the new house of Parliment.... which, even after ...

Capital city, Canberra, Australia travel blog

Capital city

A travel blog entry by shaneandsam

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Founded between Sydney and Melbourne to stop them bickering over who should hold the capital city status, we'd heard Canberra was the most boring capital in the world. It lives up to it's reputation. ...

PSP and Nintendo DS, Canberra, Australia travel blog

PSP and Nintendo DS

A travel blog entry by sjw_uk

During our visit to Canberra, Stu and I have been to cinema a few times and we have bought a PSP (for Stu) and a Nintendo DS (for me)... we are bored of the TV and treated ourselves - early Xmas pressies... they work out cheaper over here... Its all ...

The Capital, Canberra, Australia travel blog

The Capital

A travel blog entry by bullmccabe

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... the piss we were all shattered from a full day of site seeing and travelling. Then next day we went to the national art gallery of Australia then we had a sit down beside the man made Lake Burley Griffin. Then it was off to the airport to drop off the car ...

Canberra, Canberra, Australia travel blog

Canberra

A travel blog entry by kevdevine

A week at the Australian Institute of ...

Canberra Sightseeing & Gardening Work, Canberra, Australia travel blog

Canberra Sightseeing & Gardening Work

A travel blog entry by ktmax

... Aussie friends once again, even though this time it was Keith’s turn to be the one down with influenza. Last time I was in Canberra I saw heaps of indoor activities due to the bad weather, so this time I got to see most of the outdoor stuff that I ...

Australia - beautiful and illogical..., Canberra, Australia travel blog

Australia - beautiful and illogical...

A travel blog entry by liorusii

Hey there! This is my first entry from Australia! Hope it would be as exciting as the former ones - I know for me it's still very interesting. By the way, computer sucks = no pictures this time. And we have some left from NZ yet! I arrived 2 days ago ...

Can'bore'a, Canberra, Australia travel blog

Can'bore'a

A travel blog entry by adfieldbigtrip

... and dull capital city we have ever had the misfortune of visiting. For all of those of you who may in the future travel to Australia PLEASE AVOID THIS CITY for you own well-being and sanity. The people here are fine but there are hardly any of them around ...

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