Canberra Lyneham Motor Inn

Address: 39 Mouat St., Lyneham, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, 2602, Australia | Motel
 
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This motel, located on 39 Mouat St., Lyneham, Canberra, is near Australian Institute of Sport, Chinatown, Berrima, and All Saints Church.
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Travel Blogs from Canberra

And so to Canberra

A travel blog entry by ruthbeattie on Jan 03, 2015

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... the hotel to the lake side and Constitution Park on the other side of Capital Hill. Saw several black swans that seemed think we would feed them - wrong! Then on to Anzac Parade with the Australian War Memorial at the top. As luck would have it they were having a special evening opening, to commemorate Galipoli. We had an excellent guide and found it fascinating and moving all at the same time. Following on from seeing the poppies at the Tower of ...

Canberra, Australia’s Capital

A travel blog entry by agbucks on Nov 07, 2014

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... hand painted. They represent the forest of souls of all Aborigines who have died defending their land against the settlers. It is an historical statement that simultaneously provides a legacy for future generations of Australia.

*We have spent too little time in all the places just mentioned. But at least we have been to Canberra and seen for ourselves the Capital city of this unique country. It's a shame so many tourists omit it from their ...

Down by the Old Mill Stream

A travel blog entry by dalhousie on Oct 09, 2014

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... br> The mountains were snow capped and yet again I was doing 100 kph and had no facility to stop. Yet one more that got away! Unfortunately, the fleeting glimpse disappeared behind a closer range denying us of a photo opportunity. We found ourselves driving through a treeless valley at an altitude of over 1000 metres. Nothing but rolling hills for miles populated by beef cattle, sheep and a few dead kangaroos and wombats. Joining the road kill today ...

We are home!

A travel blog entry by levos on Oct 06, 2014

Well we are home, safe and sound and now mostly over jet lag. The last few days have just been a blur as we have unpacked, slept, washed and worked out just how much we spent! We feel so lucky and blessed to have spent the nearly 5 weeks overseas, together as a family, doing and seeing so many wonderful things. Together we decided the best way to finish this blog was in the following categories... 1) Things we went Up, Down ...

Chapter Seven - Bawley Point to Canberra

A travel blog entry by mmbcross on Sep 14, 2014

4 comments, 43 photos

... walk along cliff tops. We scan the horizon with our binoculars, but to no avail. There are no whales in sight today. Nevertheless the walk is well worth the effort.

After a picnic lunch we are off to Canberra, the capital of Australia. It is a 200 kilometer drive from the coastal plain onto a high plateau. We hear on the radio that the temperature may drop to zero°C (32°F) tonight in Canberra.

Unfortunately the address we ...