Category Archives: Parliament House

Mount Ainslie Lookout – A Viewpoint of Canberra

Mountain is one of the best places that I wanted to be. Though I never climb Mount Ainslie and our tour drove directly to the lookout, I still enjoyed the time that our group spent in the lookout. The tour had given me a chance to see the whole city of Canberra from one of the mountains around the city.

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Chromatic Outlook : Canberra’s Parliament House

Chromatic Outlook (Post#33) : Canberra’s Parliament House The first stop we did after we reached Canberra was the current Parliament House located at the south apex of Capital Hill in Australian Capital Territory. The building was opened last May 1988 by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.  This photo is part of Canberra Day Tour June 2013 Collection. Please follow and like us:20

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Discovery : Canberra’s Parliament House – Flag Mast

Discovery (Post#14) : Canberra’s Parliament House – Flag Mast During the Parliament House Tour in Canberra, we had a chance to see its huge flag mast stand at the roof top of the building. It’s 81-metre high flag mast, one of the world’s largest stainless steel structures. This photo is part of Canberra Day Tour June 2013 Collection. The flag flown from

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In The Middle Of Somewhere : Canberra Parliament House – Senate Chamber

In The Middle Of Somewhere (Post#2) : Canberra Parliament House – Senate Chamber During my Day Tour in Canberra, I got chance to enter the building which is the centre of political power in Australia and I am referring to new and current Parliament House in Canberra. The photo above is one part of the building and called as Senate Chamber.

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View At My Window : Canberra

View At My Window (Post#14) : Canberra Canberra like Brisbane is one of the city that I used to hear that it’s a boring city. When I heard that comment, most likely I am curious why people used to say that. As I knew that Canberra is the city where the central government of Australia is located and chosen to

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