Canberra bucket list?

jkbucketlist2011 27 January 2011 12

Our mates moved to Melbourne so we are making a list of “must do’s” in Canberra. We can prove the Nation’s Capital has just as much to offer… not somewhere where we ride kangaroos to work on a dirt road.

So far we have a list of bars, restaurants and sites to see/do…


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12 Responses to Canberra bucket list?
Hosinator Hosinator 12:38 pm 27 Jan 11

– Mountain Biking at Mt Stromolo and Mt Majura
– Bike Riding or walking around Lake Burley Griffin
– Picnics at the Cotter, Casuarina Sands
– Hiking in Namadgi
– Shows at the Canberra Theatre
– Indoor Rock Climbing in Mitchell
– Kingston Glassworks
– Kingston Bus Depot Markets
– Canberra Region Winery Tour
– Kayaking or paddle boating on Lake Burley Griffin
– Bungendore Woodworks

molongloid molongloid 1:07 pm 27 Jan 11

– move to Melbourne. 🙂

molongloid molongloid 1:09 pm 27 Jan 11

(only joshing. was too tempting. will come up with a proper answer.)

las las 1:18 pm 27 Jan 11

Fyshwick by night!

Swaggie Swaggie 1:26 pm 27 Jan 11

Watch a sunrise from Black Mountain – majestic

Sonja Sonja 8:05 pm 27 Jan 11

Nighttime on Mt Ainslie. It’s really lovely.

quietone quietone 8:46 pm 27 Jan 11

Election night at the national tally room?

Holden Caulfield Holden Caulfield 11:04 pm 27 Jan 11

Erm, visiting Parliament House. You can’t exactly do it anywhere else in Australia.

It’s a great building IMO, and worth a walk around the perimeter and garden surrounds.

One of the great losses in this town took place when the simple act of walking up to the top of Parliament House to enjoy the view, at any time of day, was taken away from us.

spinact spinact 12:10 am 28 Jan 11

Run naked to the top of Parliament House…………..oh wait……do they even allow you walk on the roof anymore?

deye deye 2:57 am 28 Jan 11

spinact said :

Run naked to the top of Parliament House…………..oh wait……do they even allow you walk on the roof anymore?

only part way, which is really irritating.

bigfeet bigfeet 6:48 am 28 Jan 11

– Win the Mully Cup.

Lazy I Lazy I 4:34 pm 28 Jan 11

Well I wouldn’t have expected saying this last week.. but The National Zoo and Aquarium.

I went on the ‘Walk On The Wildside’ tour last week (not cheap mind you). It’s a behind the scenes experience involving feeding nearly all the animals at the Zoo and lunch for yourself as well.. really was worth every cent and something I highly recommend people do!

Not sure if Meet A Cheetah is close, but can’t give enough kudos to the Zoo for offering/running the W.o.W tour (and thanks to Mandy our zoo keeper / tour guide for the day!).

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