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|Located in Canberra across the road from the ANU and at the base of Black Mountain which has Telstra Tower on top of it.||09/29/2005||303|
|Where Australian coins are made. In Canberra.||09/16/2005||302|
|Australian War Memorial and numerous other memorials, Canberra - A piece of history.
Wikipedia: Canberra's 322,000 residents live in a planned city originally designed by Walter Burley Griffin, although the Burley Griffin design has now been altered significantly, notably by changing the location of Parliament House from the lak...
|Australia's National Library, located in Canberra. They employ people to fetch the books for you because there are so many and the public aren't allowed in many of the book storage locations.||09/16/2005||295|
|Football Stadiums, Canberra, Australia. Two stadiums in Canberra, one Rugby League the other Australian Rules.||10/24/2005||324|
|The Carillion in Canberra, Australia is a building housing many bells which are played by someone operating a keyboard. It takes a 3 year university degree to be able to play it - good thing too as it is quite loud.||09/17/2005||379|
|Russel is where the Department of Defence is situated in Canberra, Australia. In the middle of the roads forming a pentagon, sits the Australian-American Monument - An eagle sitting atop a 73m tall concrete pillar. This was presented to Australia from America for our contribution during the 2nd world war.||09/17/2005||379|
|The Telstra Tower in the Australian federal capital city of Canberra as well as serving as one of the best landmarks, provides vital communication facilities for the city. Situated atop Black Mountain and rising a further 195 metres above the summit, this modern structure offers panoramic views of the city and surrounding countryside.|
The tower was opened in 1980 and as well as providing...
|Many of Australia's top athletes train here. Certian sections such as the pool are open for public use too. You never know, you could end up swimming in a lane next to one of our famous swimmers.||09/29/2005||294|
|"The Shine Dome" located on Gordon Street in Acton has been a Canberra landmark since its construction in 1959.||09/27/2005||240|
|HMAS Vampire is a decommissioned destroyer, now on display at the Australian National Maritime Museum, Darling Harbour, Sydney. The museum also houses the United States of America gallery. A fantastic display looking at the maritime links between our two countries. The Gallery was funded by a US$5 million gift for the Bicentennial of European settlement in Australia, in 1988.||08/23/2005||326|
|Located in Canberra. This is where part of the movie "The Castle" was filmed.||09/16/2005||365|