Gold Creek Tourist Resort
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... all brought their swords and maces into the chambers. Sometimes the parties drew their weapons against each other and that's why the tables remain wide today! She went on to talk about the role of the Speaker and the President in the House of Representatives and the Senate to keep the order. Each has a protector now, (Serjeant-at-arms) who carries the mace, just in case, as it's not a job anyone wants! We were pretty sure perhaps Bronwyn Bishop might have wanted to ...
... aircraft to provide services in remote areas. After time with the Royal Flying Corp in WWI Fysh along with a few others formed QANTAS. There was a portrait of Fysh in the Gallery.
After lunching in the café at the Gallery we walked over to the High Court of Australia which is adjacent to the Gallery. The Court only sits a couple of weeks a month and as it was sitting today, I took the opportunity to go into Court 1 to see the full court in action while ...
... him what it actually looks like.
So some people might say I'm a dreamer but I'm not the only one Peter floated the idea of me driving some today. Well I am a very fine driver in a straight line I say you just need to check the map to see it was a very straight line. I can line up a Kangaroo and run right over the middle of it. In fact my first attempt last time I killed an entire flock of birds. That ...
Picked up Brutus and a quick drive to Canberra! It was late when we arrived to it was a whistle stop driving tour last the parliament building, Old parliament and the Anzac Memorial gardens.
Not sure we missed much, as not sure there's really that much more to it.
We then headed to our camp for the evening on the side of a sports field in a tiny village north of Canberra. ...
... so headed straight for Mount Ainslie; a look out over the city. So as you do I plugged it into Google Maps and off I went. A 2 hour round trip is normal after NZ. Yeahhhhh. Google Maps takes you the most direct route. NOT the most sensible route. So, as I'm walking/scrambling/sweating/panting up an unmarked, directly up hill path, I think 'this can't be right?!'. It brought back memories of the infamous Gondola/Bike Track walk undertaken by Harriet, Kieran and myself ...