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Blue Gum Reserve

ByByChris Tham2020-10-192 min read
This is the closest walking track to our house, a mere block away in Chatswood West.


ByByChris Tham2020-10-191 min read
We start our 5km bubble exploration simply by walking around the suburb we live in. Our walk takes in the leafy streets of East Roseville and returning via Roseville shops.

Series: Exploring our 5km bubble

ByByChris Tham2020-10-192 min read
This is a series of articles on images captured within a 5 km radius from our house in Sydney, Australia. On 2 August 2020, a state of disaster was declared in Victoria due to the significant rise in COVID19 cases, and stage 4 restrictions were imposed on metropolitan Melbourne. As part of these restrictions, during […]

National Museum of Australia

ByByChris Tham2020-10-151 min read
The Floriade boxes are contains bulbs and annuals blooming under the museum’s signature entry sculpture, and complements the Garden of Australian Dreams.

Street Art

ByByChris Tham2020-10-151 min read
We found a fascinating lane called Tocumwal Lane in Canberra that leads into a square that is full of street art.


ByByChris Tham2020-10-151 min read
We explored the Canberra city centre on our last day visiting Floriade. On the corner of Lonsdale and Elouera streets in Braddon, there are colourful boxed displays that rival the vibrancy of the rainbow roundabout that adorns Lonsdale Street.

Mt Ainslie

ByByChris Tham2020-10-151 min read
The Mount Ainslie tourist outlook, one of Canberra’s most popular, provides excellent views of central Canberra and Red Hill to the south and Black Mountain to the west especially towards sunset. According to an article written in 1922, this outlook ‘will afford an ever changing bird’s eye and panoramic picture of the city’s buildings and beauty spots, as well as of the lovely plains that run to join the Yass Plains on the north.’ An air beacon located at the summit is part of the national capital’s air navigation system guiding air traffic towards the nearby Canberra Airport.

Australian War Memorial

ByByChris Tham2020-10-151 min read
The Australian War Memorial is Australia’s national memorial to the members of its armed forces and supporting organisations who have died or participated in wars involving the Commonwealth of Australia, and some conflicts involving personnel from the Australian colonies prior to Federation. The memorial includes an extensive national military museum. We visited early in the morning before it officially opened, so there are no one around apart from staff.

Parliament House Gardens

ByByChris Tham2020-10-151 min read
We were looking for the Floriade displays around Parliament House but I searched and couldn’t find any flower beds or boxes. In desperation, I asked one of the security guards patrolling the building. She said she did not know either but she said they might be at the gardens and gave us instructions on how to get there. The gardens are certainly a well kept secret, as there are no signs pointing the way, but they are worth it for the fantastic parterre and cherry blossoms.


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