Explore Canberra in Australia
Canberra in the region of Canberra with its 327,700 inhabitants is a place in Australia and is the capital of this country.
Time in Canberra is now 09:09 AM (Wednesday) . The local timezone is named " Australia/Sydney " with a UTC offset of 11 hours. Depending on your budget, these more prominent locations might be interesting for you: Tuggeranong, Sydney City, Sutton, Queanbeyan, and Majura. Since you are here already, consider visiting Tuggeranong . We saw some hobby film on the internet . Scroll down to see the most favourite one or select the video collection in the navigation. Where to go and what to see in Canberra ? We have collected some references on our attractions page.
Adam Ciaccia - Creating a Ledge
Creating a ledge by removing graduation with clippers ..
There's Nothing Like Australia: Australian Capital Territory
Canberra is Australia's capital, home to its most iconic galleries and museums. See the bushland surrounding the capital and view Namadgi and the stunning Australian Alps region. ..
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Canberra City Plaza Apartment Accommodation
Inside view of the popular City Plaza apartments right in the heart of Canberra, Australia ..
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Interesting facts about this location
Division of Australian Capital Territory
The Division of Australian Capital Territory was an Australian electoral division in the Territory of the same name. The division was created in 1949 and included the whole of the city of Canberra and surrounding rural areas. Prior to 1949, the Australian Capital Territory (ACT) had no representation in the Australian Parliament. Whilst the inaugural Member for the ACT was elected at the 1949 federal election, the Member could vote only on matters relating to the ACT.
City, Australian Capital Territory
The central business district of Canberra, Australia's capital city, is officially named City. However it is also referred to as Civic, Civic Centre, City Centre, Canberra City and Canberra. Canberra's City was officially established in 1927, although the suburb name City was not gazetted until 20 September 1928. Walter Burley Griffin's design for Canberra included a "Civic Centre" with a separate "Market Centre" located at what is now Russell.
City Hill, Canberra
City Hill is a park located in Canberra, Australia on one of the points of the Parliamentary Triangle, a feature of Walter Burley Griffin's plan for the city. The park is surrounded by Vernon Circle, at the south end of Northbourne Avenue but the precinct extends to London Circuit and is an integral part of the city centre design. To the south of the hill Northbourne Avenue becomes Commonwealth Avenue, and further along is Commonwealth Avenue bridge. The hill was planted in 1921.
North Canberra, also known as the Inner North, is a district of Canberra, the capital city of Australia, comprising 14 suburbs with 19,115 dwellings housing 42,113 people of the 324,034 people in the Australian Capital Territory (2006 Census). Many of Canberra's oldest dwellings are in this district.
Parkes Way is a major road in Canberra, Australia, which runs east-west between Kings Avenue and the Glenloch Interchange. At Glenloch Interchange it intersects with William Hovell Drive, Tuggeranong Parkway and Caswell Drive. The road is freeway standard from the Commonwealth Avenue overpass to Glenloch Interchange. It passes by the edge of Black Mountain and under part of the Australian National University.
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