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    Quote Originally Posted by trustno1 View Post
    Ramas is fantastic.
    Dickson has a bunch of great restaurants all together.
    Gus' cafe is an institution (it's opposite the Canberra center) and does an awesome breakfast.

    As for sightseeing :
    The arboretum
    The national museum
    The Carillon
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    Calthorps house
    How could I forget gus's and the carillon considering I had my wedding photos there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by munchkin275 View Post
    How could I forget gus's and the carillon considering I had my wedding photos there.

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    My sister got married at the Carillon 😉

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    It is beautiful and some stunning gardens within a short walk

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    Op, a lot of people like to bag canberra saying there is nothing to do and it's a dump etc but it is a truly gorgeous town / city especially in autumn. There's always something on but if you visit between April and August, make sure you bring warm clothing because it is very very cold.

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