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Friday, July 30, 2010

Canberra's attractions :-)

Pupularity Index

1: Australian War Memorial (4.5/5)

This museum commemorates the lives of those who died for Australia and aims to create a better understanding of war.
Attraction type: History museum; Monument

2: National Gallery of Australia (4.5/5)

The collection of over 100,000 pieces contains Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art, as well as Australian, Asian and international works.
Attraction type: Art museum

3: Parliament House (4.5/5)

Visit one of the most complex buildings in the southern hemisphere, and the center Australian politics.
Attraction type: Government building

4: Lake Burley Griffin (4.5/5)

Attraction type: Lake

5: National Zoo and Aquarium (4.5/5)

Located in the heart of Canberra see colourful living coral, sharks, moray eels, murray cod, crocodiles, kangaroos, waterfowl and much more.

Attraction type: Aquarium; Zoo

6: Canberra Deep Space Communication Complex (4.5/5)

Just south of the city, is operated jointly by the Australian Department of Science and NASA. The Visitor Centre features spacecraft models and audio-visuals; there are maps and information on guided walks. Nearby is Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve where emus, kangaroos, koalas and other native fauna can be seen in this natural habitat tucked in amongst the mountains.

Attraction type: Science museum

7: Cockington Green (4/5)

Attraction type: Amusement/theme park

8: Old Parliament House (4.5/5)

Home of Australia's Federal Parliament from 1927 to 1988, this historic building gives visitors a chance to discover Australia's past.
Attraction type: Government building

9: National Museum of Australia (4/5)

Australias newest museum, an architectural must-see, offers a great selection of exhibits and activities.
Attraction type: History museum

10: Ginninderra Village (4/5)

Attraction type: Historic village

11: Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve (4/5)

Discover Australia's distinctive wildlife by walking through the nature trails and observing numerous animals interact in their environments.
Attraction type: Nature reserve

12: National Portrait Gallery (4.5/5)

Fairly newly opened. Situated in Old Parliament House and opened in 1994 the gallery is in an early stage of its development. Exhibitions, built around a theme are changed every four or five months and include artworks borrowed from public and private lenders some of which have never been exhibited before.

Attraction type: Art gallery

13: Australian National Botanic Gardens (4/5)

The gardens maintain a wide collection of native plants for enjoyment and research, as well as conservation.
Attraction type: Garden

14: Questacon - The National Science and Technology Centre (4/5)

With over 200 educational and interactive exhibits, Questacon seeks to make science fun for all.

Attraction type: Science museum

15: Lanyon Homestead (4/5)

Built in stages through the 1800s, Lanyon Homestead - 30 kilometers south of Canberra city - comprises different buildings built through convict labor and later with the work of builders in the colonial era.
Attraction type: Historic village

16: Australian Institute of Sport (4/5)

This famous sports training institution is known for its world-class facilities and equipment, and is a leader in sports science and research.
Attraction type: Sports complex; Educational site

17: Big Splash Waterpark (4/5)

Attraction type: Water park

18: Canberra Baptist Church (4/5)

Attraction type: Religious site

19: Australian National University

Attraction type: Educational site

20: Canberra Space Dome & Observatory

Attraction type: Specialty museum

21: Telstra Tower (3.5/5)

Explore Australia's history of telecommunications, and enjoy the view of the city from this 195-meter landmark.
Attraction type: Observation deck/tower

22: Royal Canberra Golf Club

Attraction type: Golf course

23: Elvira Tour

Attraction type: Tour

24: Weird Canberra Ghost and History Tour (4/5)

Attraction type: Tour

25: High Court of Australia

Attraction type: Government building

26: National Capital Exhibition

The National Capital Exhibition tells the story of Canberra, Australia 's national capital. It is located on Regatta Point, Commonwealth Park, with spectacular views of the Parliamentary Triangle and...

Attraction type: History museum

27: Mt Franklin Chalet

Attraction type: Historic site

28: Mount Franklin

Attraction type: Mountain; Lookout

29: Sakyamuni Buddhist Centre

Attraction type: Religious site

30: Floriade

Festival of flowers. Entertainment, arts and crafts and gourmet food.

Attraction type: Nature center

31: National Film & Sound Archive

Treasury house of Australian audio-visual history that preserves and exhibits moving images and sound records from the past to present-day.

Attraction type: History museum; Library; Specialty museum

32: Palmer Trigonometrical Station

Attraction type: Landmark/point of interest

33: All Saints Church

Attraction type: Architectural building; Religious site

34: ANZAC Memorial Chapel of St Paul

Attraction type: Religious site; Architectural building

35: ACT Racing Club

Attraction type: Horse track

36: Ataturk Memorial garden

Attraction type: Garden

37: ACT Baha'i Centre

Attraction type: Religious site

38: Presbyterian Church of St. Andrew

Attraction type: Religious site; Architectural building

39: ACT National Trust

Attraction type: Government building

40: ACT Legislative Assembly

Attraction type: Government building

41: Batemans Bay

Attraction type: Beach

42: Beaver Galleries

Attraction type: Art gallery

43: Becker House

Attraction type: Architectural building; Convention center; Other

44: Australian Service Nurses Memorial

Attraction type: Monument

45: Australian-Hellenic Memorial

Attraction type: Monument

46: Australian Railway Historical Society

Attraction type: Scenic railroad

47: Australian Reptile Centre

Attraction type: Wildlife park

48: Australian Federal Police Museum

Attraction type: Specialty museum

49: Australian National Korean War Memorial

Attraction type: Monument

50: Calthorpes' House

Attraction type: Historic home

51: Canberra Stadium

formerly Bruce Stadium

Attraction type: Sports complex; Arena/stadium/field

52: Blundells' Cottage

Attraction type: Historic home

53: Black Mountain Nature Park

Attraction type: Nature reserve; Park

54: Brindabella Valley Trails

Attraction type: Horseback riding stable

55: Booroomba Rocks Walk

Attraction type: Trail

56: Berrima

Attraction type: Tourist/visitor center; Historic village

57: Changi Chapel

Attraction type: Monument

58: Captain Cook Memorial Globe

Attraction type: Landmark/point of interest

59: Captain Cook Memorial Water Jet

Attraction type: Landmark/point of interest; Monument

60: Capital Public Golf Course

Attraction type: Golf course

61: Canberra Space Centre

Attraction type: Science museum; Specialty museum

62: Canberra Railway Museum

The Museum is located at Geijera Place, at the end of Cunningham St, in Kingston, not far from the Canberra Railway Station. Relax at the Museum while you experience the golden age of railways. Open Saturdays, Sundays and Public Holidays 1 to 4 pm, except Christmas and Boxing Days. BBQ facilities are available at no charge.

Attraction type: Specialty museum

63: Canberra School of Art Gallery

Attraction type: Art gallery

64: Canberra Museum and Gallery

Attraction type: Museum

65: Canberra Mosque

Attraction type: Religious site

66: Canberra Bicycle Museum

Attraction type: Specialty museum

67: Deasland Homestead

Attraction type: Historic home

68: Cuppacumbalong Craft Centre

Attraction type: Art gallery; Other

69: Cuppacumbalong Cemetery

Attraction type: Cemetery

70: Cotter Reserve

Attraction type: Nature reserve

71: Corroboree Park

Attraction type: Park

72: Corin Forest Mountain Retreat

Attraction type: Hiking trail; Snowboard ski area

73: Corin Dam

Attraction type: Dam

74: Commonwealth Park

Attraction type: Park

75: Chinatown

Attraction type: Neighborhood

76: Aboriginal Dreamings Gallery

Attraction type: Art gallery

77: Wattle Park Uniting Church

Attraction type: Religious site

78: CSIRO Discovery (4/5)

Attraction type: Science museum

79: Jerrabomberra Wetland

See possums, wallabies, and lizards.

Attraction type: Wildlife park

80: Canberra Nature Park

27 areas of natural beauty.

Attraction type: Nature center

81: Earth Day Spa

Relax in the tranquillity of Earth Day Spa Canberra as our qualified beauty and massage professionals tend to your every need. Our goal is to take you on a natural journey of nurture and relaxation, satisfying your ongoing quest for increased health, skin radiance and inner balance for overall wellbeing. Located in the exclusive Crowne Plaza Canberra, Earth Day Spa is here to care for you and provide you with the highest quality customer service.

Attraction type: Spa

82: O'Malleys Irish Bar

Attraction type: Bar/club

83: Albert Hall

Attraction type: Architectural building; Historic site; Civic center

84: Australian and New Zealand 1916-1918 Memorial

Attraction type: Monument

85: Namadgi National Park

Attraction type: National park

86: Canberra City Church

Attraction type: Religious site

87: National Convention Center

Attraction type: Convention center

88: Mount Majura Vineyard

Mount Majura Vineyard is an dynamic boutique wine brand. The cellar door at Mount Majura Vineyard is set up to allow guests take their time tasting the wines by experiencing a seated wine tasting. Self guided ‘gumboot tours’ around the vineyard provide a more active option, allowing participants to learn more about viticulture. The vineyard is about 2 km from the northern end of Majura Road, or about 9 km from Canberra Airport.

Attraction type: Winery

Distance from Canberra to

Sydney : 292 km
Melbourne : 656 km
Brisbane : 1246 km
Adelaide : 1198 km
Perth : 3741 km
Darwin: 4003 km

Canberra Climate


January-Max 28, Min 13

February-Max 27, Min 13

March- Max 24, Min 11

April- Max 20, Min 7

May- Max 15, Min 3

June- Max 12, Min 1

July- Max 11, Min 0

August Max 13, Min 1

September- Max 16, Min 3

October- Max 19, Min 6

November- Max 23, Min 9

December- Max 26, Min 11

Thursday, July 29, 2010



Asked him to come down at 12.30pm and he came down at 2.12pm..

Lunch was prepared, but no longer hot and nice..

I did tolerate or try to push myself to be a better bro,

but his attitude just made me gave up,

I am just can't help it...


Well, what can I say?

Who will understand me?

Who will help me??

Where is my soul mate?

I guess there is no one :-(


What can I do?

U always seem to be busy busy and busy..

I really don't know what you are thinking actually..

I am still struggling between trust and confidence.


Friday, July 23, 2010


home, makes me feel warm

olala, i love my family

laziness i am worrying about

ickes ickes please wake up

don’t you know uni starting in less than 1 month

Anu, i must work hard for u

yee(You), i am missing u