TAMS have advised they’re closing Mount Ainslie Drive, at the intersection with Fairbairn Avenue, in Campbell from 14.30 to 20.30 today to facilitate a movie shoot.
They advise they thing it’s going to be Galore:
It’s a long, hot summer before the final year of school and Billie and Laura, two raucous, impulsive teenage girls who live [...]
Taking notice of a storm overhead it was off to Mt Ainslie to try out some time lapse photography.
The trusty GoPro did a great job but my new high tech ‘sweeping panorama’ hamburger timer let me down. Maybe next time.
Hamburger timer (no motion though):
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I’m guessing there are quite a number of Rioters who enjoy the plod up Mt Ainslie on the walking track leading up from the back of the War Memorial. It certainly gets very busy on occasions. I have no idea of the statistics but I would guess several thousand use the track each week.
Unfortunately the [...]
Sky News informs us that the extended search for explosives in the Mount Ainslie nature reserve has found four unexploded mortar bombs.
Defence said these items were found in the Canberra Nature Park on Mount Ainslie during a search for unexploded ordnance (UXO), old military ammunition fired but which failed to explode.
The survey follows the [...]
Doppelfrog has sent in this stunning image from the top of Mount Ainslie last night as the storm failed to happen.
He’s got more on Dropbox.
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Territory And Municipal Services brings word that Defence is dragging the chain and keeping parts of the Mount Ainslie Nature Reserve closed while they clean up their messes from yesteryear.
A section of Mount Ainslie Nature Reserve between Mount Ainslie Drive and Campbell Park Offices off Northcott Drive will remain closed until Friday 10 February 2012, [...]
Territory And Municipal Services have the dramatic news that they’re closing a part of the Mount Ainslie Nature Reserve, between Mount Ainslie Drive and the Campbell Park Offices off Northcott Drive, to look for unexploded ammunition.
The closure is required to facilitate a detailed survey of the area for unexploded ordnance (military ammunition which has been [...]
ACT Ambulance Service intensive care paramedics are treating a 31-year-old male bushwalker for facial injuries on Mt Ainslie Drive, Ainslie.
Crews have reached the patient near the top of the lookout and will shortly transport the male to The Canberra Hospital in a stable condition.
Time of Emergency Triple Zero (000) call 10.44am.
Territory And Municipal Services is calling for volunteers to join the friends of Mount Majura in mapping rabbits along the Mount Majura and Mount Ainslie Nature Reserves.
“Parkcare volunteers have begun preparations for rabbit control and we will be looking for additional volunteers in coming months to assist in a rabbit mapping program,” said Stephen Hughes, [...]
ACT Fire Brigade and ACT Ambulance Service on scene at Mt Ainslie Nature Reserve following a mountain bike accident.
Crews are approx 100 metres from the top of the mountain rescuing the male patient, aged approx in his early 20′s.
Patient has been placed in a stretcher and is being carried to the top of [...]
Brian has sent in this picture of a tasteful adornment to the summit of Mount Ainslie.
One supposes it’s better than Happy Clappy fundamentalists.
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Dannybear took this one at Mount Ainslie last night. Sometimes garish is good!
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It seems, after all, the Jesus had a massive win on Mt Ainslie last year.
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I guess we will have to go up there and re-reclaim the mountain for the Witches, we cant have our young
Satanists being converted like this. I dont know weither to laugh or cry, lol