Acacia Motor Lodge

65 Ainslie Ave. Braddon, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, 2601, Australia | Motel
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Travel Blogs from Canberra

Canberra, our nations Capital

A travel blog entry by melnscottgriska


... of the Unknown Australian Soldier and the Roll of Honour were breathtaking. The mood is very reflective and somber and it definitely makes you feel a bit patriotic - a new item on my bucket list is to witness the War Memorial proceedings on Anzac Day. We also quickly checked out the National Museum of Australia which was another day of information overload for us. It is really well laid out and a lot to take in - seeing Phar Laps heart was a definite ...


A travel blog entry by hazel.leslie

... saw lots of familiar faces, some still working there and giving the talks, others there for the reunion. It certainly didn't feel like 10 years since I last walked these corridors and I was itching to wander around the offices I used to know - not to be, security did not permit such a thing. It was a great day, full of information on progress and development within the organisation, and just chatting to everyone. Quite emotional in a low key way.


Where's the bike?

A travel blog entry by jimbobuk


... onto Rome which is currently 30 at midnight - hope that AC works - temps are going to be around 36 so it will be a bit of a shock once we get there - only -1 this morning here.
Kids had their usual restless night so only got an hour in my own bed again but its good practise for sleeping in different beds. Next step is to pack the day packs with all the electronic gear and their chargers as well as kids books and not forgetting ...

Adelaide to Canberra

A travel blog entry by sal_mickandsue

... by their selected family representative's to share my holiday, Charlie Koala and

Bessie Bunny, who are now snuggly packed inside their special travel pouch, I arrived in Canberra to

be greeted at the airport by Uncle Mick, Aunty Sue, my niece Kylie and her son Bailey. Charlotte her

daughter, was playing Soccer in a carnival and Carl, Kylie’s husband, had gone to watch her play and

bring her back home. We were all very excited to see each ...

Camp 30 k west of Nullaboor Roadhouse.

A travel blog entry by tomanddanozadve


... 21.00 and walked to the edge of the bight. We counted 8 whales , all about 200 Meters off shore. Was a great photo opportunity and the bight it self is amazingly steep. From here we left and dropped into the Nullaboor road house. We needed a loaf of bread and a chocolate fix. This was an expensive ordeal. Frozen bread. $5:50. And 2 mars bars at $7.00. The price of diesel was $1.98 per liter. Lucky we have enough. Yet people still purchase from here. About 10k out of ...


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