乐天的静We chose to climb Ainsley Mountain from the war memorial, although you can also drive or bike to see it. Before you really go on the right path, you have to find the starting point of the road. This is a bit difficult because the road signs are not very good. We parked the car in front of the war memorial and walked up. This is a good road, some sections are quite steep. You want to make sure you bring enough water, because there is nothing to replenish along the way. Once and again, we spent nearly an hour and a half, including time to appreciate the scenery and take photos. Canberra is indeed a beautiful and well-planned city.
pxy0705The National Museum of Australia is a large national-level exhibition hall. It houses many cultural relics related to Australia, geopolitics, environmental flora and fauna, and history. It is the best place to get a comprehensive understanding of Australia as a country. Come to Canberra. This museum is a must-see attraction, don't miss it.
pxy0705The Royal Mint in Canberra, which is an Australian company specializing in coinage, is actually a coin museum. There are collections of ancient coinage equipment and some ancient coin exhibitions. You can also see the production process in their workshop. It is really interesting and worth coming.
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Australian War Memorial merupakan salah satu museum populer di kalangan turis di Canberra. Museum ini dibangun oleh pemerintah Australia untuk menghormati dan mengenang jasa pahlawan yang telah gugur. Di dalam museum, digambarkan perjuangan pahlawan Australia ketika melaksanakan misi perang bahkan menangani konflik di luar negeri. Pada bagian tengah gedung juga terdapat api abadi yang menggambarkan simbol semangat dan jasa para pahlawan. Berbagai fasilitas untuk kenyamanan pengunjung pun tersedia disini, seperti toilet yang super bersih, kafe dan toko suvenir. Untuk jam bukanya mulai dari pukul 10.00-17.00 waktu setempat dan masuknya tidak dipungut biaya alias gratis. Jika kalian berkunjung ke ibukota Australia jangan lupa mampir ke museum ini ya. Tempatnya cukup recomended apalagi untuk kalian yang senang dengan wisata sejarah.
The Aboriginal Tent Embassy is a permanent protest occupation site as a focus for representing the political rights of Aboriginal Australians. First established in 1972 as a protest against the McMahon government’s approach to Indigenous Australian land rights, it is made up of signs and tents. Since 1992 it has been located on the lawn opposite Old Parliament House in Canberra, the Australian capital. It is not considered an official embassy by the Australian Government. The targets of protests at the Embassy have changed over time, and as of 2021 include not only land rights but also Indigenous sovereignty and self-determination.
Canberra, the capital of Australia. What to do and see.
Canberra is the "ideal city", created to be perfectly human-sized.
Very few cities in the course of human history have been built for a specific purpose.
In 1908 the Australian government decided to build a capital for its state.
* National Museum of Australia
A museum, among the most important in the state, to understand the origins of these lands and beyond.
Here is where to admire one of the priceless works: Blue Poles: Number 11, 1952, a dripping painting by the American artist Jackson Pollock; and then Monet, Andy Warhol and much more including a suggestive memorial dedicated to the first inhabitants of these lands.
The complex is divided into 4 large exhibition areas: Aboriginal, European, Asian and international art.
* Hot air balloon ride over the city
* A bike ride with kangaroos
You don't need to drive a lot to find yourself completely immersed in the most incredible nature and identify with one of those films that we have all seen on Australia.
I warn you that this is where I felt my eyes become shiny with the beauty I was witnessing.
In the company of Canberra Urban Adventures we went into the hinterland.
* The Memorial, the Parliament and the view from above
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Must-have hotel | Australia's Canberra's Pirates of Dream Space
Ovolo Nishi is probably the kind of amazing hotel, the hotel's lobby is like a grotesque dream space, handmade timber strips, hanging and staggering Arrange the way to highlight the sense of horizontal space.
The lobby is also very recognizable. The old-fashioned luggage is built into a wall, and the comfortable sofas and benches are everywhere in the corner. Compared with most of the hotels, such places Not tired on the previous day.
The floor-to-ceiling window near the corner has a reading area where you can chat, drink and read books. If it is not enough time, I really want to chat here until the handsome little brother appears. Hahaha
The room was even more pleasantly filled. Custom furniture, various art works and art collections were combined. The door was opened and it was pulled into the retro style of the 19th century. The vintage was mixed with low-key luxury.
bath is a good location, the feeling of grayness is cold and wants to let people lie in the bathtub and chat with themselves.
Don't say, I have to jump into this big bathtub~ Well, by the way, remind everyone, come to Canberra to live here~
Address: NewActon Precinct
Canberra awesome restaurant / winery & chocolate factory | grass ing
spring Australia Canberra seems no reason to lie at home, because the weather is too good, the scenery is too beautiful ~
A restaurant that must be strongly Amway is also a winery - Poachers Pantry, where a large piece of lavender can be enjoyed, the food here is from the farm of the restaurant, of course, the wine is also brewed here.
is very suitable for family dining, the big lawn outside can be sprinkled freely, see the children and dogs have love, and never eat such delicious duck, with Sydney apples and goose Made by the liver, tasted six wines, each of which loves ~
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Blowing this animal hotel in Canberra, Australia
Can you think of taking a bath next to a bear?
or the lion strolling outside your door?
or feeding a giraffe on the balcony?
these... can be achieved at the Jamala Wildlife Hotel in Canberra, Australia~
The different rooms are scheduled to be adjacent to this animal. The hottest room should be half a year or even a year ahead of schedule. Scheduled, the little word this time the neighbor is a cute lemur, but unfortunately the little guy is no longer out to stroll when he is full. My room and bathroom overlook the entire zoo.
At the hotel, there will be special lecturers who will visit the animals and interact with them from time to time. Dinner can be said to be very romantic. At the cave restaurant, the candles and the hotel guests will have dinner together. Next to the zoo's white lion~
persuade interested people not to set the lion room, of course not The attacking behavior, but the feeling of being awakened by the lion in the middle of the night is a bit strange.
One of the most explored cities in the world | Australia Canberra
Explore the city do not miss - Australia National Academy of Fine Arts and Australian National Museum
National Gallery here more than 160,000 Art works, the Chinese aunt who explained to me is a funny and elegant person duck~ I am impressed by the sculpture in Figure 3, the head is on the ground and the phone is still in the hand, explaining "social tools let us Life has disappeared unconsciously." There are five or five works, and the miniature crowd is very realistic. I asked the administrator to put a few McDonald's villains in such a serious work. The administrator said: Some people say that eating McDonald's will kill more people... Hey, Brother dei, are you serious?
The National Museum is another charm. The venue itself is very design, and its great to take pictures outside. The exhibits here are very interesting, such as the Mutombo fossils, the Sydney Opera House section, various models, and two VR experiences per day.
There are joint exhibitions from time to time. When I go, it is a special exhibition of DreamWorks Animation: from sketch to screen. You can see a lot of familiar movies, such as "Kung Fu Panda", from the sketch character to the whole movie to the screen, you can understand the birth of the entire animated film.
When you leave, remember to go to the gift shop. There are various kinds of children's books, as well as local design handmade ornaments. Some of the products are handmade by the aborigines, and they are unique and partially earned. Money is returned directly to these aborigines.
End the exhibition, you can have a cup of coffee in the restaurant of the art gallery and then enjoy the food and beauty and then leave~
Australian National Gallery
Opening time: 10