Brassey of Canberra

Address: Belmore Gardens & Macquarie St, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, 2600, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Belmore Gardens & Macquarie St, Canberra, is near Parliament House, Questacon - The National Science and Technology Centre, National Gallery of Australia, and Old Parliament House.
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          • High-speed internet in room
          • Wireless internet connection in room (free)
          • Breakfast Available
          • Refrigerator in room
          • Reduced mobility rooms
          • Wireless internet connection in public areas
          • Non-smoking hotel
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Free parking

          TravelPod Member ReviewsBrassey of Canberra

          Reviewed by blues61

          Good Location and Price

          Reviewed Dec 4, 2015
          by (13 reviews) Woking , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

          Good location and fare price at that point that I stayed at the hotel.

          This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

          TripAdvisor Reviews Brassey of Canberra

          3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

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          Canberra Jam Sessions

          A travel blog entry by blues61 on Dec 04, 2015

          2 photos

          Stayed over in Canberra at the Brassey Hotel in Canberra. While I was in Canberra I went to the Jam Sessions at the Harmonie German Club on the Sundays.

          Unfortunately, I ended up getting a puncture which set me back a bit but I was able to get it sort over that first weekend.

          I visited the Kingston foreshore on the Saturday after I arrived.


          A travel blog entry by kirstgra on Oct 12, 2015

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          ... we arrived and our first stop was at the tourist information centre to get some maps and info and use the wifi to update the blog!
          Then we headed over to the Australian Institute of Sport (AIS) and took the tour.......we spent the first half hour playing on all the machines then toured the institute, led by a current Aussie long jump athlete......though we don't know him!
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          A travel blog entry by lynnstephenbell on Sep 27, 2015

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          ... some good pointers about Chaplaincy. We also got to speak to a lovely couple called Derek and Shona Kelly. This couple are in the mid seventies, (they don't look it) own a 365acre farm property just a few Kilometres North East of Canberra, have 7 children, 30 grandchildren and almost as many great grand child. Tomorrow (Monday), they are having some young friends and their children over for morning tea and they asked us to join them ...

          Day 4

          A travel blog entry by year6canberra on Jul 30, 2015

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          All 3 activities always throw up great learning experiences for our students. The AEC especially always takes students by surprise with great hands-on experiences and learning with students taking part in a mock election.

          The C.S.I.R.O. also is a great hands-on session with students learning about the funding side of the endeavour and how Australia/Australians ...

          Port Fairy To Canberra WC 20th July 2015

          A travel blog entry by pasturesblue on Jul 26, 2015

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          ... had exhausted the weeks allocation but they were just toying with us. Soon groups of five and six would come, washing up in ones or twos but waiting at the waters edge in the low waves for the others to join before sprinting their way to the cover of the bushes. As the groups went on the tide went further and further out and the groups became more tentative due to the distance they had to run. One group spent about ten minutes coming to the waters edge before sliding back in to the ...