Canberra City Gateway Motel
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... had previously driven past the war museum and Capital Hill but enjoyed our new perspective of the city!
We then decided to head off after being far more impressed by Canberra than we expected to be after the negative reports in our guidebooks........whilst it is small and doesn't really resemble capital cities that you usually see, it was very pretty and had some really great, yet very modern buildings for the different museums etc and we certainly enjoyed our ...
... A lovely village, first settled in 1837, it has many well preserved old buildings. Walking along the sheets we came to the Bungendore Word Works, which I s known as a cultural landmark for the region. This National Award Winning Gallery has an outstanding exhibition of wood work gifts, sculpture, fine furniture and visual arts by leading Australian Designers. Incredible workmanship made with beautiful locally grown wood, no purchases ...
As we finish day 4 and think about the week, even though Monday seems so long ago, it also feels like we have blinked and the week is over. It has been a great week and we have loved sharing it with you. We are still however, looking forward to visiting Sir Peter Cosgrove and then heading back to the Sunshine State tomorrow afternoon.
Time to get to bed to hopefully recharge the battery enough to make it through to delivering some children back to some ...
... and Vicky loved it which was very pleasing & we even managed to snap some cheeky, blurry pictures! With no penguins under the van when we returned we just headed back to Cowes to find a campsite for the night. It took a bit of time but eventually we were in cooked, and sorted for the night thinking about the hundreds, potentially thousands of penguins only a couple of miles down the road. Post bacon butties we meandered back across Phillip Island to the mainland and started ...
Originally we had planned to head to the Australian War Memorial first and make it in time for the 10:00AM tour and head to the National Museum of Australia for either 13:00 or 15:00 depending on what time we finished, however, when we got outside the hostel, the fog had made an unwelcome return. This meant that any pictures we took when we got to the War Memorial would look a bit somber, especially as ANZAC parade stretched out right in front of it. Instead ...