Forrest Inn and Apartments

30 National Circuit, Forrest, Australian Capital Territory, 2603, Australia | 1 star motel
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Location

This 1 star motel, located on 30 National Circuit, Forrest, is near National Gallery of Australia, Parliament House, Old Parliament House, and Parliament House.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Forrest Inn and Apartments

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Travel Blogs from Forrest

Day 7 - Our last day in Canberra

A travel blog entry by stjoeys on Jun 29, 2014

38 photos

We awoke to yet another tasty hot breakfast at Greenhills. We packed our luggage, tidied our rooms and boarded the buses for the AIS. Our tour guides took us to see volleyball and basketball players in training, the gym and the very hi-tech training pool. Perhaps
the highlight for the children however, were the interactive sports ...

Day 3

A travel blog entry by stjoeys on Jun 24, 2014

14 comments, 4 photos



Well, we thought that yesterday was a cold day….until we
awoke this morning!

After breakfast, we grabbed all of our winter woollies and
set off for the Australian Mint. There,
we were treated to a guided tour of the facility. We learnt about the history of Australian
currency from its very beginnings to the present day.

Perhaps the highlight of our tour was watching the robots ...

Day 1

A travel blog entry by stjoeys on Jun 23, 2014

6 comments, 2 photos

Welcome to the first of our blog posts for the 2014 Canberra Trip. We hope that you’ll enjoy hearing about our wonderful journey this week. After a bright and early morning and an enjoyable flight, we were greeted by an absolutely glorious Canberra day! Our first stop was Mt Ainslie, where we were treated to spectacular views of the Bush Capital. We could even see ...

Day 10 Canberra

A travel blog entry by chrismullett592 on Jun 05, 2014

3 photos

This morning we visited the Australian War Memorial. I was fascinated by the midget submarines the Japanese used in World War II to enter Sydney Harbor. This had more of a psychological effect on Australians than anything as it made them feel vulnerable to Japanese invasion. After lunch we went to ...

Sunday Erina to Canberra

A travel blog entry by cbaruss on Apr 27, 2014

1 comment, 4 photos

... I am glad we did because it meant I could snooze while Sag slept and our amazing kids did their thing and entertained themselves for ages with great games of 20 questions! We stopped on our way into Canberra for a pitstop and saw the the giant Merino. That means we have now seen the giant Merino sheep, the big bahnahna, the big avocado, the giant prawn and I think I am forgetting something..... I have also decided ...