Dickson Backpackers

4/14 Woolley Street, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Canberra

Canberra, our nations Capital

A travel blog entry by melnscottgriska


... see where everything is and how it all works. Scott was impressed that not only could we park our car underneath Parliament House (without height restrictions) but that it was also free to park and free to tour! Old Parliament House was really cool too, the building itself is still in great shape and the halls and rooms have real character. We got to go into the PM's old office, Bob Hawke being the last pres to use it before they moved. In both houses ...


A travel blog entry by hazel.leslie

... around the suburbs to refresh our memories of the city, rarely needing a map, and noticed there were no massive changes since our last visit. Having limited time, we decided to have a look at the Mapping Our World exhibition at the National Library. We were fortunate to get in as people were asked to pre-book their free tickets and there wasn't much space left for the scheduled times. If it had been a week-end we wouldn't have been so lucky. The maps ...

The day has finally arrived!

A travel blog entry by suetrevsal


... did not disappoint – we arrived in peak hour so our skills were tested to the max in making our way to Sydney International Airport.

After alighting from the train at the airport we made our way to the new Rydges Hotel just in time to freshen up and meet Ann and Geoff who joined us at the hotel for dinner. It was great catching-up with them and also having family to share our farewell dinner ...

Day 1 - Yr 7 Canberra Trip 2013

A travel blog entry by stjoeys


Hi there!
This year we've decided to keep you posted on a few of the highlights of each day of our Canberra trip. Hope you enjoy them.

Today, as you all know, we set off from Brisbane on our flight at 10.35am to Canberra. After a pleasant flight we arrived to a lovely fine day in the Australian Capital.

Our Coach Drivers, Dave and Shane, met us at the airport and we were off to one of Mr McGrath's favourite food stops - the roast rolls at ...

Visit to Canberra.

A travel blog entry by profakmyint


Australian National University (ANU) is visited at Canberra. Canberra city center, the Civic Square, and some country sites of Canberra were also visited.

Very old buildings at Gundaroo village were visited, the buildings were mentioned more than 200 years old.

Lake George was also photographed, some electricity generating win-mills were also found. Win-mills are quite noisy.

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This hostel, located on 4/14 Woolley Street, Canberra, is near Chinatown, Berrima, All Saints Church, and Corroboree Park.
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