Pinnacle Apartments Canberra

Address: 11 Ovens St, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, 2604, Australia | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 11 Ovens St, Canberra, is near National Gallery of Australia, Parliament House, Old Parliament House, and Calthorpes' House.
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    Travel Blogs from Canberra

    More Culture.....

    A travel blog entry by kidrifters on May 27, 2015

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    Today back to do the cultural thing..... The High Court of Autralia, amazing architecture again, on to the National Gallery of Australia... Some way out stuff!! But saw the famous Blue Poles by Jackson Pollock, bought for 1.3 million in 1973 and today worth anything up to $100 ...

    Capital, Kangaroos, and Cockatoos

    A travel blog entry by orla_liam on Mar 09, 2015

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    ... mountain,’ Mt. Ainslie, for a view over the city. He even got to see a group of kangaroos hanging out near the summit! With temperatures around the 30 degree mark in the afternoon we opted to read and relax inside until after dinner. By 6pm things cooled down and we walked to the national parliament building to look around and watch the sunset. On our way back we encountered some long weekend festivities, ...

    Day 36 Canberra

    A travel blog entry by robmauger on Feb 13, 2015

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    ... star player Quade Cooper is injured so Hunt takes the playmaker role at fly half. The game kicks off and Canberra score immediately and then don't stop scoring. The referee consistently helps the Brumbies, help which they patently don't need. Half time rolls round and I part with $4.50 for a minuscule bottle of water. Cider is priced eye wateringly at $8.50. Normally I would pay without thinking but our budgets dictate otherwise. Sport is increasingly a rip off, it ...

    "Don't talk to me right now"

    A travel blog entry by cvonsicard on Jan 25, 2015

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    ... appealed greatly to our inner history nerds (though Al and Josie would deny this). Afterwards we paid the National Australian Museum a visit, but only a quick one (it shut 50 minutes after we arrived). That evening we had an Australian barbecue with kangaroo!!! Later, via the famous local frozen custard place (I didn't know you could get famous frozen custard places), we drove up Mount Ainslie and looks down on Canberra by night which ...

    And so to Canberra

    A travel blog entry by ruthbeattie on Jan 03, 2015

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    ... humidity but coped pretty well. But last, but definitely not least, we have been able to get to know our little 3 year old grandson a whole lot better, and experienced early morning wake ups with feet being tickled and eyelids being opened. What joy - but so great! So today we got to the Brisbane Domestic terminal, checked our bags and made our way through to the gate for our trip to Canberra. Our grandson got a bit tearful as we left, but we ...