Lake views, fine dining and European-trained chefs combine to make this one of Canberra's most elite dining experiences. An intimate feeling is ... More
Boat House by the Lake (The)
Lake views, fine dining and European-trained chefs combine to make this one of Canberra's most elite dining experiences. An intimate feeling is created by the luxury surrounds of this restaurant. Situated on Lake Burley Griffin, the main dining room's large windows look out onto a picturesque view as you sit near the open fire. Modern Australian food with European flavours is presented with an eye for detail. Seafood and venison are specialities, in addition to more unusual fare such as ox.
Originally known as Beauchamp House, this heritage listed building known as Ian Potter House was constructed in 1927 as a
hostel for female public servants who had been transferred from Melbourne. Later used as a public meeting place, it ...
Just for the afternoon, step back in time and see life as it was in the early 1900s. Built in
1927, this homestead has been preserved with its original furnishings and appliances. The stunning old photographs and personal treasures ...
Lake Ginninderra is another example of why the capital of Australia is commonly referred to as the "Green City". The
one and a half hour walk meanders through gum trees, wetlands and pine forest as well as lake side ...