All Seasons Canberra

203 Goyder St., Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, 2604, Australia | 4 star hotel
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The bright lights of Capital City…

A travel blog entry by mobbydoo


We're going to have a guest entry from the wife for this post, I’ve uploaded the photos to get the ball rolling... It may be a month after the event but here goes.... Thanks to the glory of scoopon (groupon at home, go on the website if you haven't discovered it yet) we found ourselves on the way to Canberra for the weekend. It was a four …

Canberra, Capital of Australia

A travel blog entry by devineescapes


January 23

Decided to go to Canberra to see an exhibit at the National Gallery of Australia of paintings from the Musee D'Orsay in Paris. Found an excellent package at the Heritage hotel ten minutes outside of the city (203 Goyder St, Narrabundah) - a ticket to the show (cost $25), a picnic lunch, room, and breakfast in the morning. It is …

The Great Escape

A travel blog entry by digitaldoc


So for my Spring break, I stayed right around Wollongong mainly. But my vacation was "The Great Escape", a music festival held in Sydney's Olympic park. It was a three day long festival with over 130 artists! I went for all three days, and it was well worth it. I not only got to see so many good artists, but now I have a base of Aussie music, so I …

Gold, Gold and more Gold

A travel blog entry by carterpreston


Today we moved to Canberra, yeah it is really awesome. After we set up the caravan we went to the Australian National Museum. We went o the exhibition Gold and the Incas. The Incas were an ancient tribe that died out hundreds of years ago because of the Spanish Invasion.

The Incas were from Peru in South America and they were the last of ...


A travel blog entry by bezza64


... the Australian Capital Territory. There is a rather nice stone sign beside the road announcing your arrival. By now it was sunny and getting hot, 35 degrees.

Just before we got into Canberra, we stopped at a model village called Cockington Green. This place is a series of models built to one twelfth scale and is beautifully presented with lovely flowers. The first part of the village is all British buildings ...

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