Kingston Terrace Serviced Apartments

Address: 16 Eyre St., Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, 2604, Australia | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 16 Eyre St., Canberra, is near Parliament House, National Gallery of Australia, Old Parliament House, and Calthorpes' House.
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    ... th September, we had long driving days. Our stays at Kakadu, Alice Springs and Broken Hill were all 3 nights, with one night at Mataranka, Tennant Creek, Agnes Creek, Hutchison Monument, Port Augusta, Mildura and Darlington Point. Then on Tony’s Birthday, September 19th we arrived in Canberra, where we were able to celebrate with Claire and Ed. It was wonderful to see them. We’re now staying close to them, at the EPIC Caravan Park (Exhibition Park ...

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    ... we went to the Telstra tower, we paid to go up to the top of the tower. It was a amazing view of Canberra! When we got home, we were all exhausted. We slacked out on the couch and played video games and drew pictures. I had a bath to freshen up, and away with the roast dinner! I had a lovely dinner, I will tell you all about tomorrow in my next ...

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    Tuesday welcomed us with -4 degrees Celsius which resulted in a few goose bumps. This was nothing to fear however as when everyone dressed for the day so we were prepared for whatever would be coming our way. Mix that with a jam packed day full of learning and excitement, there was definitely no time to be cold.

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    ... by a steel door initially and after an 80m walk down some steps you're in the cave. Embedded deep in the earth, the cave starts very narrow and is lined either side of the path with beautiful limestone features. Stalagmites, stalactites and rock formations littered the cave and were really impressive. As we moved through the cave we had to duck and dive to make it but the ranger was very informative in regards to the cave and its development. With no forms of life it's likely ...


    A travel blog entry by lord_family on Jun 26, 2015

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    ... items from a shop using both forms of currency and the grandparents will recall the TV and radio jingle used to promote the changeover in 1966. Seeing how original designs are turned into actual coins was fascinating and we enjoyed our trip to the Mint, leaving with an ANZAC commemorative coin. On Wednesday morning we went to Questscon, the National Science Museum. It's like Scitech but much bigger and the children couldn't wait to get in there. There were a number of ...