Pavilion On Northbourne

3.5 out of 5 stars3.5 Stars

242 Northbourne Ave., Dickson, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, 2602, Australia
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Vistit to Canberra

by yeeleechu

I am going to Canberra in July to apply for my Singapore passport, can you suggest a backpacker nearby or convenient to take a bus there?

Re: Vistit to Canberra

by swissfondue

You actually need to say where you are travelling from before we can offer any suggestions.

Are you already in Australia. Give us a departure point for your trip.

Re: Vistit to Canberra

by al2401

I'm sorry - I don't understand - why do you 'have to go' to Canberra? Can you not do it by post?

Re: Vistit to Canberra

by fachd

Enclose are some website for accomodation, Action Bus website and Singapore Embassy address. I suggest the Yha in Canberra City, it is convenient location for transport (bus), you don't have to walk far to catch a bus.
29 Dawes St, Kingston (02) 6295 7777
(02) 6262 9922
Our address is 1st Floor 4/14 Woolley street Dickson ACT 2602
7 Akuna Street Canberra City 2601
FORMULE1 Canberra Budget Hotel
Cnr Federal Hwy and Antill Street 2602 WATSON CANBERRA AUSTRALIA

Singaporean Consulate in Canberra, Australia
Consulate of Singapore in Australia
17 Forster Crescent Yarralumla ACT 2600
Tel: +61-2-6271-2000
Fax: +61-2 6273-8165

Re: Vistit to Canberra

by wickiwii

you can try some campervans if you dont find anything :)

Travel Tips for Canberra


by balhannah

Do you have a stamp collecter in the family? If so, you may like to post you postcard back home from somewhere unique!
Located in the Telecom Tower, on Black Mountain, is Canberra's highest POST BOX.
It is an old one, and is cleared at 10am each day, Monday to Friday.

The envelope is postmarked with "Telecom Tower'

The Parliament House

by beachboy

The Parliament House is located on a 32- hectare site on Capital Hill and is the focal point of Canberra. The unique blend of the architecture and the collection of art artifacts make it a popular cultural attractions.

Visit the Australian National...

by shrimp56

Visit the Australian National Museum [I think that is the name]. While I was visiting the main exhibit was a large retrospective of the French 20th century painter, Henri Matisse. It was a dislocating experience to see paintings I knew from Philadelphia and NYC so far away from their home turf! The picture is of some totems of aboriginal design on the grounds of the museum.

Visiting the House of...

by Koleno

Visiting the House of Parliament is the main attraction when visiting Canberra. The Australian War Memorial was also very interesting. The tour of the House of Parliment is the highlight of Canberra.

But in fact, who was Walter...

by Ronald_T

But in fact, who was Walter Burley Griffin? A question I ask myself and after a long search I want to share my findings. Walter Burley Griffin (see picture) was born on November 24, 1876 in Maywood, Illinois. Already in high school, Griffin showed his interest in landscape gardening. The family had moved to a new house in the Chicago suburb of Elmhurst and Griffin was involved in landscaping the backyard. His parents let him do what he wanted and before long his brother and sisters were calling it 'The Jungle' because he was experimenting with so many different forms of plants. In 1895, Griffin enrolled in the Department of Architecture at University of Illinois. In 1899, Griffin graduated in Architecture. He returned to Chicago where he quickly found a job as a draftsman working with Chicago's most progressive architects. From 1899 to 1914, Griffin created more than 130 designs in his Chicago office for buildings, urban plans and landscapes, half of which were built in Illinois, Iowa, Michigan and Wisconsin. In 1912, Griffin won the Canberra Commission for the design of the Federal Capital of Australia. Griffin arrived in Canberra on October 1913 as Federal Director of Design and Construction - development of the city was ready to begin. Dominating Griffin's plan was a central artificial lake and a 'parliamentary triangle' in which the most important national buildings were to be placed. The surrounding residential areas had a geometric street pattern, circular and radial in shape, all fitting well into the general topography. Griffin continued to practise as an architect in Australia and design also the Newman College at the University of Melbourne, the Capitol Theatre and some houses. By 1935, Griffin was reduced to designing municipal incinerators and he left Australia to take up an architectural appointment in
India. He died there in 1937 at the age of 60.


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Address: 242 Northbourne Ave., Dickson, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, 2602, Australia