Braddon, Turner and Haig Park
The Travel Light Exhibition opened at the Gallery of Australian Design (GAD) last week, running from Thursday the 25th of September till Thursday the 30th of October.
The start of the week began on a high note with the long weekend here in Canberra, however the rest of the week ahead is sure to be a treat too with lots of things to see and do around the city.
The Chop Shop is a new and dynamic venue set to live art, skate jams, indie music festivals, fashion shows and book launches until the end of the year. Local artists Sancho Murphy and Pat Rose are the actors behind the project and believe The Chop Shop is the missing piece of the Canberra City […]
Last week, saw the reopening of the much loved family attraction in Canberra City which had undergone months of repair in the hopes of returning it to its former state
Construction of the Bunda Street Shareway project, between Mort and Akuna Streets, will commence this week, as the fourth and final stage of the ACT Governments $6 million Civic Cycle Loop project.
The Annual General Meeting for 2014 is scheduled for Tuesday 18 November at 2PM. Letters were sent to all known members inviting nomination. Mark Sukroo has stepped down and has been renominated. Peter Sarris is retiring and one nomination has been received. There will be no elections, however members are welcome to participate in the […]
With spring well and truly here there are lots to see and do around the City this week.
With Floriade officially opened, what better time is there to take a look into the beautiful Florists Canberra City centre has to offer. With all florists below sharing a passion for design, quality and attention to detail, they are sure to meet your every need. Here is a list of our favourite Canberra City florists, what’s yours? […]