Canberra Carotel Motel & Caravan Park
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking hotel
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We left Sydney without drama on Sunday morning and headed down the M2 and the M7 via Goulburn into Canberra.
We settled in and after late lunch we took a drive around to the Information Centre for some ideas on where and what to do.
We drove to Kingston to the new marina area with lots of new units being built and then across the …
... warm, sunny morning as we head into strong gusty winds blowing in from the arctic, as we leave Bathurst on our way to Canberra via Croockwell and Goulburn.
We took Trunkey Road and Junction Point Road. The scenery along the way differs from what we have seen over the past two days. Lots of gum tree branches strewn across the road due to the ...
My darling Geoff When you first started coming around to my house with my brother Peter, I thought what a fun, happy person to be around. I was 15 and you were 19. So when I needed a partner to take me to a dance I fronted you at Willis' sports store on a Friday night (where you both worked) and asked you. Must say I was a bit nervous, but your response was priceless...'Sure, but I will need to ask my girlfriend'. You were so impressed with me you turned up at my house later ...
... main road. Fortunately, there was an epic silver lining. On the way back through the smaller lighthouse road we spotted a wild koala in the trees above us, evidently just risen from its 12 or so hour sleep and was making its way from branch to branch. It was an animal we still needed to tick off our list in the wild so we were delighted to do so. Back on the main road we made our way to Apollo Bay on the eastern side of the headland where we'd be staying the night. Upon arrival at ...
... inland city of Australia, and is the most populated in the Oceana. The lowest recorded temperature was −10.0c on July 11 1971. Light snow falls only once or twice per year, and it is usually not a lot and quickly disappears. And the highest recorded temperature was 42.2 .