BreakFree Capital Tower Canberra
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... paintings of previous prime ministers decorate the wall, before being taken to the House of Representatives, where Australia’s infamous comical debates unfold. The House of Representatives is decorated green throughout to represent the colour of gum trees, whereas the Senate (where new laws are simply rubber stamped) is decorated bright red to signify the colour of Central Australia’s red earth. All in all it was ...
... It was such an amazing experience- I'm so glad I was able to start off my trip with something so amazing.
On Friday I went into the city of Canberra for a bit in hopes of seeing one or two of the amazing museums they have to offer (National Museum, National Portrait Gallery etc). A group of us went in and we had a nice walk around and got to see some of the major landmarks and all. What impressed me the most was Lake ...
... a hollow tube, was incredible and every 15 minutes there would be a lightning show.
The Robot was pretty amazing, and on the computer you could command it to do anything. Mick had it quoting lines from Cassablanca and kids had it laughing, singing, going to sleep all sorts of things.
Another exhibit was a huge jumble of tubes you could put coloured scarves into, it would suck them through and spit them ...
... has the largest collection of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island artwork in the world. The collection is spectacular and is also a must see whilst in Canberra. SG manages to take a few illicit photos to give you an idea of the quality of work on display. ( See photos) In the basement there is an Aboriginal Memorial to commemorate 200 years of European settlement. It was produced by a group of Aborigine artists between 1987-8. There are ...
... need - restaurants (Italian, Spanish, Thai, Chinese, Indian, etc), pubs (the Kennedy Room!), supermarket, wine shop, hairdresser, video shop, chemists, Book Grocery, spa, laundry, etc etc etc. All 'just across the road'. Quite different from their previous place in Cook where a 5-minute walk would get you...further into the bush.