This club was opened in 1979 by ex-Prime Minister, Gough Whitlam. It provides a convivial meeting place for public servants from the nearby offices, ... More
Canberra Labor Club
This club was opened in 1979 by ex-Prime Minister, Gough Whitlam. It provides a convivial meeting place for public servants from the nearby offices, university students and the public. Groups within the club include line dancing and bingo, and every Thursday and Friday, you can listen to live music. The Connoisseurs restaurant is open daily for lunch and dinner. Special meals for AUD5.50 are served on Monday and Tuesday evenings. If you are feeling lucky, there are over 200 poker machines, lucky badge draws on Wednesdays and Saturdays, and a gala raffle on Fridays.
Managed by 8Hotels Collection, this spectacular 80 room luxury boutique hotel is positioned by Lake Burley Griffin at the intersection
of Marcus Clarke Street and Edinburgh Avenue. Located within the original Hotel Acton building, this historical and heritage listed ...
Set in the heritage boutique hotel, the Brassey, the Belmore Restaurant offers fine cuisine in beautiful surroundings. Be transported back
to the grace of 1920s in the elegant dining room, with many heritage features and large windows overlooking lovely ...
Canberra Bicycle Museum has about 60 old and unusual bicycles to look at. The main feature is an example of
the famous Penny farthing. Children and adults can sit on this historical bicycle and have their photo taken. A ...