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Lake Burley Griffin

Doporučuje 44 místních
O tomto ubytování
Lake Burley Griffin is Canberra's centerpiece and a significant number of national institutions and national public places are located on or near its shores.
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Silvia
Silvia
July 6, 2020
Absolutely beautiful place to go for a walk, ride or to just sit and relax and take in the beautiful view, sunrise and sunsets. If you go to the Lake Burley Griffin Kigston Foreshore side you will find so many beautiful restaurants, cafes, shops and bars to enjoy. It is like a mini Darling Harbour…
Tori
Tori
June 25, 2020
Great for a relaxing stroll or more serious exercise. From Kingston you can choose the 5km ‘bridge to bridge’ loop or the East Basin loop. More details:
Annie
Annie
June 22, 2020
Enjoy a breezy walk of the beautiful Lake burley Griffin
Jordan
Jordan
February 13, 2020
Great for picnics and a walk around the water.
Kate
Kate
February 11, 2020
Walk, run or ride a segway around this picturesque lake to take in the local sights.

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