very big lake. 在湖中央有个点正好是在国会大厦和战争纪念馆中轴线的中间，夕阳景色非常好，值得一游
Lake Berliglifen is the center of Canberra. Its name is in memory of Canberra's urban designer, an American architect. This lake is the dividing line of the city. To the south of the lake, it is called the city mountain. To the north of the lake, it is called the capital mountain, which is the political and cultural center. There are huge fountains in the lake to commemorate Captain Cook's landing 200th anniversary. There are many places worth seeing around the lake. You can also take a cruise boat to view the city streets in the lake.
We often go to Red Hill. Then Ainsely, the machine translator, showed us around Canberra and the exhibition center at the nearby sailing point, where the annual sailing competition is held. There are also exhibitions and 3D maps at the sailing point. There's also a great movie theater with some good movies. No matter adults or children, remember to go!
Lake Berliglifen is next to Lake Kinningdra. They are sister lakes. But the lake here is a little narrower, but more winding. You can boat on the lake. There are often some beautiful waterbirds on the lake. You can play close to them and watch them closely. It's very interesting.
Very beautiful, not far from the Capitol, a natural view of the city center. Parking Super Fangdu. Stop by the lake directly.
We stayed at the Capital Tower Hotel near Lake Griffin. We could walk to Lake Griffin or take the Federal Avenue across Lake Griffin. Lake Burley Griffin is the center of downtown Canberra, with several bridges connecting the two sides. It is said that there is a fountain built to commemorate Captain Cook in the lake. The water column from the bottom of the lake is 137 meters high. Standing anywhere in the city, you can see the huge white water column piercing the blue sky. It is very spectacular. Unfortunately, the time spent in Canberra is too short to appreciate the spectacular scenery of the fountain. The weather is not good. It is always cloudy during the Australian National Day. Several times, not especially to this fountain, perhaps that day is National Day without water.
Lake Berligriffin in Canberra is connected to the famous Lake Kindra and is also a man-made lake. On weekdays, the lake is very quiet, the blue waves ripple, and the boating lake is very sentimental. The lawn around the lake is also very flat. Every weekend, a large number of citizens set up tents and camped on the lawn. It's very interesting.