BreakFree Capital Tower Canberra

Address: 2 Marcus Clarke Street, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, 2601, Australia | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 2 Marcus Clarke Street, Canberra, is near Lake Burley Griffin, Floriade, ScreenSound Australia, and Batemans Bay.
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Travel Blogs from Canberra

Great happy hour

A travel blog entry by vinceanddor on Mar 12, 2014

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Camp is about 60km west of Cobar. Great spot. Met Phil and Julie from Yamba. Had a great Happy hour. On our way here we went to Mt Grenfel. 35km of dirt road each way. Supposed to be an aboriginal Heritage site but not signposted at the end. Anyway, good practice for the Birdsville Track!

I thought I saw a kangaroo. But it was a cow.

A travel blog entry by mmmaggie on Feb 02, 2015

... I boarded the plane. By some lucky chance there was no one in the middle seat of my row, so me and the lovely woman in the end seat got to stretch out a bit. I slept for a solid portion of the flight, which was great- not sure I could have survived the day without having slept!

Auckland was a nice airport- there were sheep stuffed animals everywhere. Melbourne was less fun than Auckland, because I had a short amount of time to grab my ...

Day 55 & 56: Canberra

A travel blog entry by nicandrog on Nov 23, 2014

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Day 55 continued Following the Snowy Mountains next on our tour was the nations capital, Canberra. Roger had never been and Nic only for work and so we were looking forward to actually going into some of the galleries and attractions. First on our list was Parliament House. We were concerned with how we would go with parking Bruce, as he is proving to be quite difficult when it comes to cities (he is too high for most car parks) however it was the ...

Googong Dam-display homes-London Bridge Arch

A travel blog entry by joanne.schwenke on Nov 13, 2014

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... into caves near
the arch – possibly part of some local burial custom. On the discovery
of the bones, by a local policeman Superintendent Brennan, in January
1874, a coroner from Queanbeyan was called to investigate. What happened
next seems to have been lost in the sands of time.There are
various unsubstantiated versions of the story, including one account
that suggests it took the coroner several days ...

Canberra, Australia’s Capital

A travel blog entry by agbucks on Nov 07, 2014

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... 100 km from Sydney and in the interim period, Melbourne was to be the seat of the Houses of Parliament.


*So having decided to build a Capital City from scratch, the next important stage of the process was to design it. An international competition was organised. It was a time when town planners were heavily influenced by the garden city movement. Indeed we imagined Canberra would be an upmarket Milton Keynes or Welwyn Garden ...