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Yowani Country Club Incorporated

Northbourne Avenue, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, 2602
Email: club@yowani.com.au
Website: www.yowani.com.au
9040518 Phone Number: 61 02 6241 3377
Fax Number: 61 02 6241 8561

This popular and interesting layout provides something special for all players. The par 72, 6242 metre course boasts finely framed fairways, generous greens, subtle bunkering and a several water challenges for golfers wanting to put their game to the test. Visitors are welcome seven days, clubs and buggies available for hire. Bookings required. Dress rules apply. Only minutes from the city, Yowani Country Club is also home to 24 self contained units, first class bowling greens and a restaurant.

Views over the hills from Scope Mount Stromlo Cafe
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Scope Mount Stromlo

Mount Stromlo Road, off Cotter Road, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, 2611
Email: bookings@scopemountstromlo.com.au
Website: www.scopemountstromlo.com.au
9142915 Phone Number: 61 02 6162 2388
Fax Number: 61 02 6162 2988

Explore the historic Mount Stromlo site, a major observatory before the 2003 Canberra bushfires. Scope Mount Stromlo is now a world-class research and engineering facility. Take in sweeping views of the Brindabella Ranges, from the Cotter Dam to the Yass Valley. Cruise out by bike or foot. Try superb espresso coffee, local food and wines from the fresh Scope Café menu. Observe the heavens with the Canberra Astronomical Society. Check the website for times and dates. Provide friends, visitors and clients with a distinctly Canberran experience by holding your next event or function at Scope Mount Stromlo.

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Gooromon Park Riding School

214 Gooromon Ponds Rd, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, 2618
Email: gooromon-park@hotmail.com
Website: www.gooromonpark.com.au
9131275 Phone Number: 61 02 6230 2230

Do something different on your trip to the capital. Learn to ride at an Accredited Australian Horse Riding Centre. Gooromon Park Riding School offers individual and group lessons for all levels of riders in a safe fun environment. Try one of their lessons for absolute beginners. They cater for ages six to sixty. Boots and helmets are provided. Bookings are essential. Follow your lesson with an onsite treat at the Homestead Cafe. The cafe is open for breakfast, lunch and afternoon tea Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays.

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Mount Majura Vineyard

RMB 314 Majura Road, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, 2602
Email: info@mountmajura.com.au
Website: www.mountmajura.com.au
9040566 Phone Number: 61 02 6262 3070
Fax Number: 61 02 6262 4288

Mount Majura Vineyard is a dynamic boutique winery and vineyard. Their cellar door features a unique seated tasting allowing an interactive yet relaxing tasting experience. Mount Majura is a leader in the Canberra District for Spanish varieties such as Tempranillo. Their single vineyard site of red clay loam soils containing limestone also produces quality Riesling, Pinot Gris, Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Graciano, a Cabernet Blend and Shiraz. Self guided 'gumboot tours' through the vineyard provide a more active option, allowing participants to learn more about viticulture. Cheese and regional tasting platters are also available to accompany tasting.

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Shop Handmade

City Walk Boulevard, Casino End, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, 2601
Email: shop@handmadecanberra.com.au
Website: www.handmadecanberra.com.au
9139747 Phone Number: 61 02 6247 8676

Delight in original handcrafted designs that are stylish, unique and exceptional quality at Shop Handmade. Buy funky Canberra souvenirs from their exclusive Canberra Cool range. This exciting concept shop showcases the talents of local and interstate designers. Many of these artisans first appeared in the quarterly Handmade Markets. Now they have a permanent home in Canberra. Check out Handmades' designers, blogs and market information on their website along with a calendar of their weekly workshops.

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Bangladesh, High Commission of

43 Culgoa Cct, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, 2606
Email: consular@bangladoot-canberra.org
Website: www.bangladoot-canberra.org
9040377 Phone Number: 61 02 6290 0511
Fax Number: 61 02 6290 0544

The High Commission of Bangladesh represents Bangladesh in Australia. This office offers updated information on Bangladesh and their relations with Australia. They only take applications in person for passports and visas between 9.30am and 12.30pm on weekdays. The High Commission of Bangladesh is located in the suburb of O'Malley approximately 10 kilometres south of the city centre.

Happy children waiting to ride the dinosaur

National Dinosaur Museum

Cnr Gold Creek Road and Barton Highway, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, 2913
Email: admin@nationaldinosaurmuseum.com.au
Website: www.nationaldinosaurmuseum.com.au
9040290 Phone Number: 61 02 6230 2655
Fax Number: 61 02 6230 2357

Discover how dinosaurs evolved and interacted amid skeletons, life-like models, and moving robotic dinosaurs. Exhibits trace earth's dynamic geological history from the stirrings of life, through the Mesozoic and the rule of the dinosaurs, to the rise of Ice Age mega-fauna. The newest display features Stegodon, a giant relative of the woolly mammoth, and illuminates life after the dinosaurs. Picnic in the dinosaur garden or browse Canberra's largest display of minerals, fossils, and crystals for sale.

Hiker resting at Orroral Homestead

Namadgi National Park and Visitors Centre

Visitors Centre, Naas Road, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, 2620
Email: namadginationalpark@act.gov.au
Website: www.tams.act.gov.au/parks-recreation/parks_and_reserves/namadgi_national_park
9040696 Phone Number: 61 02 6207 2900

Venture into Namadgi to discover its Aboriginal heritage. Experience wonderful birdlife, picnic and fishing spots and fantastic bushwalks with scenic views. Hire a Personal Locator Beacon from the Namadgi Visitor Centre if you're going to be hiking in remote areas. Enjoy ranger guided walks or escape into the rugged Bimberi wilderness. Horseriding and mountain biking is permitted on some of the fire trails while campgrounds are located in pleasant bushland settings - ask at the Namadgi Visitor Centre. Namadgi National Park is located at the northern end of the Australian Alps, 45 minutes drive from Canberra city.

Historic photograph of school children

St John's Schoolhouse Museum

45 Constitution Avenue, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, 2612
Email: schoolhouse@stjohnscanberra.org
Website: www.stjohnscanberra.org/schoolhouse_museum
9040292 Phone Number: 61 02 6249 6839
Fax Number: 61 02 6249 6839

Visit St John's Schoolhouse, Canberra's first school and school master's residence. It opened in 1845, to provide an elementary education for children from the Campbell estate of Duntroon and surrounding farms. See many family names in the Church graveyard. Visit the Schoolhouse to imagine the different scene of rural Canberra, before it became the Federal Capital. Sit at an old desk, write on a slate, or play old -fashioned games. See the fascinating early photographs of the Limestone Plains. School and other tours welcome by arrangement, for a small fee per head.

The inside of the ANU School of Art Gallery

ANU School of Art Gallery

Building 105 Ellery Crescent , Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, 2601
Email: sofagallery@anu.edu.au
Website: soa.anu.edu.au
9131199 Phone Number: 61 02 6125 5841

Enjoy an annual exhibition program which reflects the international profile of the Australian National University's School of Art. The School of Art Gallery presents a lively and diverse program of events throughout the year. The School of Art hosts a lively program of public lectures including visiting speakers twice weekly during Ssmester. Conferences and special programs co-hosted with local arts organisations, such as ArtsACT and CraftACT, take place periodically. The School also opens its doors each year to the public for the Australian National University Open Day.

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