The Statesman Hotel

Address: Cnr of Strangeways & Theodore Streets , Curtin, Australian Capital Territory, 2605 , Australia | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Cnr of Strangeways & Theodore Streets , Curtin, is near National Zoo and Aquarium, Black Mountain Nature Park, Royal Canberra Golf Club, and Beaver Galleries.
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    Travel Blogs from Curtin

    Melbourne to Sydney

    A travel blog entry by dan-ellie2015 on Feb 27, 2015

    3 photos

    Hi everyone! So we set off on our journey from Melbourne to Sydney yesterday with an overnight stop with a farming family in the outback. First we travelled to Mansfield Zoo where you can can feed lots of the animals like kangaroos, deer, alpaca and llamas. They also have white lions and an alligator and monkeys! This was an awesome visit and the man who owns the zoo even fed ...

    How did Canberra come to be?

    A travel blog entry by doreenmullins.7 on Feb 26, 2015

    12 photos

    Good Morning from Canberra

    I know most of you know that Canberra, like Ottawa, Washington and Brasilia is a specially selected capital for the country. A short refresher while we are visiting today.

    In the 1800's the European population in the Canberra area grew slowly with the Gibbs, Martins, Murrays, Johnston, McPhersons and the Campbell's becoming important settler families running sheep and cattle. The Campbell's in particular brought many of ...

    Canberra

    A travel blog entry by dholmes on Jan 28, 2015

    1 comment, 14 photos

    ... ns. The tour guide also explained the symbolism of the building materials used to make this important building. It was interesting to learn about the red dirt at the entrance to remember the land’s first inhabitants, the marble in the entries to remember the European settlement and then the rest of the building is completed with Australian woods which have been polished to a gleaming finish. Another long day completed but we are much wiser for our experiences.


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    Full day as a tourist in Canberra

    A travel blog entry by ruthbeattie on Jan 04, 2015

    1 comment, 10 photos

    Oh boy have we walked today: about 15Km! After breakfast we walked to the waterside path of Lake Griffin and folowed it to the Australian National Botanic Garden. Along the way we watched some very pretty pink parakeets grazing on grass in the park. Not sure what they are but they are definitely prettier than pigeons. (Post publishing note - I have been reliably informed they are called Gallahs!) As we arrived at the gardens a ...

    Australian War Memorial

    A travel blog entry by joanne.schwenke on Oct 19, 2014

    11 photos

    ... length of the Parade. The red gravel central strip of this landmark was originally made from crushed Canberra house bricks, chosen, in part, to
    echo the crunch made by military boots during a parade. The parades dark eucalypt 'walls' are created by Victorian Blue Gum. The planter boxes are sewn with native New Zealand Hebe Otari Delight to symbolise the ANZAC connection.

    I put a photo of the statue of Simpson & his Donkey', I didn't know about him, but Merv ...