- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... It’s not however the prettiest building and has an ugly metal contraption on its roof flying the flag. Nonetheless, this is where Australian law is enacted and we were about to go behind the scenes.
The Entrance Hall is a grand expanse of 42 marble pillars representing the colours of an Australian gum tree forest and an amazing floor containing fossils from millions of years ago. The best fossil we saw was ...
... Student ambassadors are students from Canberra who have been abroad before, who volunteer to take us around, show us the ropes and plan stuff for us to do while we're all still trying to make friends and get ourselves figured out.
This past Thursday I was lucky enough to be able to go out with some fellow exchangers and two of the ambassadors to a place called Baroombah Rocks, which is located outside of the city, but still ...
Had a great day after getting the washing done early this morning we set off for the Questacon, The National Science and Technology Centre. So much to see and do, we started with Perception Deception, which showed how the brain can play tricks on you, illusions which could trick your senses, incredible.
Wonderworks - Science to move your mind - we were amongst a lot of families as well, it was a playground for all ...
... the ACT ( Australia Capital Territory) & NT each have 2. The House of Representatives currently has 150 Representatives. It would appear that the number for each State is calculated on the basis of population. But this means that the biggest geographical areas of WA & NT have far fewer Representatives than say Queensland or NSW. Could this structure be a factor in the interstate rivalry that clearly exists in Australia? Both Chambers ...
... normal;">The immigration queue at Sydney was long and slow, and our transit time, short...and so we missed our Canberra connection. Thankfully it was a short wait for the next flight and we were in Canberra by 9.30AM, about an hour later than scheduled. Brendan was waiting for us, and it was a quick drive home, past the lake and beautiful cherry blossoms, to their lovely new place in Kingston.