BEST WESTERN Motel Monaro
How has this motel rated in the past?
- Free parking
Photos of BEST WESTERN Motel Monaro
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews BEST WESTERN Motel Monaro Canberra
Travel Blogs from Canberra
... the time to browse a street food market and listen to a marching band.
Now it’s off again, with a "short" 3.5 hour hop on the bus to Sydney. Travel is noticeably different from New Zealand: short distances here are typically longer than the long distances we drove there, but don’t necessarily take much more time thanks to excellent highways that actually facilitate speedy travel. A refreshing change! ...
... Sydney and had a pleasant ride south to Canberra, passing little stops with names like Moss Vale, Bundanoon and Goulburn. Gary of course commented how much smoother the Airbus 380 had been! On the other hand two 1st Class seats for the four hour ride cost $50.00.
We picked up a Hyundai Elantra and Gary has studiously kept to the left hand side of the road all the while GPS Mavis is giving instructions. Doreen is keeping silent. We ...
Bateman's Bay put on a huge display of fireworks to farewell us on Monday night. They may have also been to celebrate Australia Day, but either way, they were impressive. Despite the cold and wet weather the fireworks were spectacular and a lovely way to end our time on the coast. The next stop was Canberra. That meant Dean had to tow the van over the Clyde Mountains on the Kings Highway. As always, Dean capably navigated over the twisty, ...
... most of the country except the West Coast. We are actually happy that we have left some stones unturned over there in Perth, Ningaloo Reef, Exmouth and the Kimberley region. We hope that will bring us back, perhaps in the boat to explore that remote and amazing area. We have met so many incredible people here and the most friendly, helpful and accepting people. Truly the 'lucky country' in so many ways and we are lucky to have had the experience ...
... milllion, Perth and Brisbane both 2 million people. This is just one reason why many Aussies are not that enthusiastic that their capital city is Canberra. There are not that many Aussies either living or doing business there.
*The first European settler in the Canberra area was a man called Joshua John Moore. He was granted land rights here in 1823 and called the place Canberry, perhaps after the local Aborigine word 'Kamberra' ...