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The view from Bonner. Images of Canberra

By johnboy 25 February 2013 13

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Holden Caulfield has sent this in:

I went for a bit of a drive yesterday and found myself in Bonner. The elevated view to the south from Ida West Street is actually very good. In return for your lengthy adventure you get a wonderful panorama to enjoy which showcases the city of Canberra rather nicely.

People will no doubt debate the merits of living in Canberra’s northernmost location, apparently miles from anywhere, but it’s pretty hard to argue with the view.

Here’s the Google Maps ref: http://goo.gl/maps/GcUCZ


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Holden Caulfield 10:20 pm 04 Mar 13

Better late than never I guess, here’s a 1920px version: http://i.imgur.com/dgNJjiK.jpg

poetix 2:58 pm 25 Feb 13

andrewbt said :

I took this photo on the Hill behind Bonner…

At that point, I think I’m about 50ish metres from the NSW/ACT Border

I hope the Others don’t breach the Wall.

poetix 2:38 pm 25 Feb 13

Paul0075 said :

….It’s nice to see Gungahlin in a nicer light.

Do you work for the Centenary celebrations people?

Holden Caulfield 2:21 pm 25 Feb 13

Interesting to note all the dark coloured roof tiles.

Paul0075 1:49 pm 25 Feb 13

Superb images from everyone! It’s nice to see Gungahlin in a nicer light.

andrewbt 1:30 pm 25 Feb 13

I took this photo on the Hill behind Bonner back in November (hence why Bonner might look a little underdeveloped):
http://i.imgur.com/i13EFxs.jpg

At that point, I think I’m about 50ish metres from the NSW/ACT Border

MightyJoe 12:57 pm 25 Feb 13

That’s why i bought on that street 🙂

Gungahlin Al 12:56 pm 25 Feb 13

gazer said :

Growth area, new houses, big primary school designed with environmental sustainability as a priority, a Woolies and Coffee Guru as the local suburb shops, no more than a 30min work commute to Civic if leave by 7.30, cafes restaurants and department stores under construction across the road… I think there are at least a few merits there 🙂

(obviously am a proud resident! hehe)

And 40 hectares allocated for office accommodation (with the first 500-person office on the way) so for some, work just 5 minutes away!

Holden Caulfield 11:03 am 25 Feb 13

fromthecapital said :

Your eyesight must be better than mine!

I have a larger version that I can upload after work.

Chop71 10:58 am 25 Feb 13

gazer said :

Growth area, new houses, big primary school designed with environmental sustainability as a priority, a Woolies and Coffee Guru as the local suburb shops, no more than a 30min work commute to Civic if leave by 7.30, cafes restaurants and department stores under construction across the road… I think there are at least a few merits there 🙂

(obviously am a proud resident! hehe)

Well done Gazer,
That view would look pretty impressive at night
Pity they got rid of firecracker night. 🙂
I’d imagine those elevated blocks are expensive

gazer 10:32 am 25 Feb 13

Growth area, new houses, big primary school designed with environmental sustainability as a priority, a Woolies and Coffee Guru as the local suburb shops, no more than a 30min work commute to Civic if leave by 7.30, cafes restaurants and department stores under construction across the road… I think there are at least a few merits there 🙂

(obviously am a proud resident! hehe)

fromthecapital 10:22 am 25 Feb 13

Your eyesight must be better than mine!

arescarti42 10:19 am 25 Feb 13

Nice shot, it really is a spectacular view from up there.

For those interested, here’s a panoramic shot from almost that exact location that I took in October last year.

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