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Take a stroll
Glorious Glebe Park is the perfect spot
for an evening walk to take in the fresh
air of the capital. In the summer, the
English elms provide welcome shade;
in autumn they glow like molten gold.
Picnic areas, barbecue facilities and
sheltered, shaded areas are available.
Located on Coranderk Street, Canberra
Take a look
Walk, cycle or drive to the top of Mount
Ainslie lookout for a perfect view of
Canberra's spectacular layout and to see
the sparkling lights of the city. Take in
Lake Burley Griffin, many of Canberra's
national attractions and the mountain
ranges surrounding the city. See great
views of the Australian War Memorial,
Anzac Parade and Parliament House.
Take a hit
Canberra Southern Cross Pitch n' Putt
is an 18-hole golf course designed to
provide all the features and excitement of
the traditional game in a more compact
form for any standard of player. 18 holes
can be played in under 90 minutes, with
the distance of the holes varying between
35 and 70 metres. There are extended
hours for summer. Facilities also include a
restaurant. Visit Ir ving Street, Phillip
or phone 6232 5494.
Take a seat
Courtyard Cinema, Canberra's newest
and most distinctive cinema experience,
takes place beneath one of its oldest
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When the sun sets in the Canberra sky, and a soft breeze wisps through the trees, the magic
of the city and region comes alive. LOUISE IRWIN discovers that twilight is the perfect time
of day to see and experience all that the region has to offer. With countless options for the
family, singles or couples, you will have a hard time fitting it all into the one evening.
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