Canberra Rex Hotel

150 Northbourne Ave, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, 2601, Australia | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 150 Northbourne Ave, Canberra, is near Batemans Bay, Canberra Museum and Gallery, CSIRO Discovery, and All Saints Church.
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    Travel Blogs from Canberra

    Last State/Territory to explore on the mainland

    A travel blog entry by islandtraveller on Aug 27, 2014

    1 comment, 16 photos

    ... their own $1 coin be made, to be kept as a souvenir.
    Parliament House was our next stop where it seems that no expense is spared, our tax dollars hard at work!! Parliament House and the grounds were immaculate. There were security guards around every corner and we were scanned, three times, do we look like the suspicious types? We were lucky enough to see the House of Representatives and the Senate in operation ...

    Our last day!

    A travel blog entry by ecc2014 on Jul 09, 2014

    3 photos

    ... pants. We all had to go back with a pair of boots, a jacket and some pants. Geordie had trouble following this instruction. He came off the bus with one boot and a jacket. We eventually found the pants and thought we had found the other boot but in cleaning the bus when we got back to the accommodation we found a spare boot. Once again, Neil our amazing bus driver, said he would solve the problem of the missing boot. Oh and for what else was lost today – Sophie ...

    Whilst we are in a Blizzard :)

    A travel blog entry by jimbobuk on Jun 24, 2014

    1 comment, 3 photos

    ... included a lot more hills and time in the saddle. So I began in earnest in February with the Ainslie 5 repeats, something which Stacie seemed to like after doing over 500 ascents last year. Before this year I'd done at most 15 ascents so it was a bit daunting but by the end (I had to reach 100) they had become part of the weekly routine. They made a huge difference to my climbing ability lifting me from mid pack to challenging the top climbers in our riding bunch.

    The hours ...

    Sunday Erina to Canberra

    A travel blog entry by cbaruss on Apr 27, 2014

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... I am glad we did because it meant I could snooze while Sag slept and our amazing kids did their thing and entertained themselves for ages with great games of 20 questions! We stopped on our way into Canberra for a pitstop and saw the the giant Merino. That means we have now seen the giant Merino sheep, the big bahnahna, the big avocado, the giant prawn and I think I am forgetting something..... I have also decided ...

    The nation's capital in disguise

    A travel blog entry by sileas on Mar 08, 2014

    10 photos

    Canberra - Australia's on the drawing board planned capital - isn't usually on a traveller's itinerary. It was basically built as a compromise between the two rivals Sydney and Melbourne. I came there because one of my best friends, Marina, worked there for the Austrian embassy. It's been a wonderful reunion after almost half a ...