shlok.mobi
Canberra
Places to Visit in Canberra, Australia
Aspen Island
Located off Kings Park in Lake Burley Griffin, Aspen Island is connected to the mainland by a footbridge. Aspen Island is home to the National Carillon, a muchphotographed feature of the Canberra landscape and one of Australia largest musical icons. With 360degree views of Lake Burley Griffin and the foreshores, Aspen Island can offer your event a location with a difference.Aspen Islands are situated far from Sunset Valley shores, it is a group of four islands with moderate climate and abundance of aspen and birch trees. They were first inhabited at the beginning of the 20th century. Most dwellers were fishermen and retired sailors, as island waters had plenty of fish and its sloping banks enough taverns and beaches. Originally, only one island of four was colonized, its lands supplied sims with enough produce and fish. With the inflow of new residents new islands had to be occupied, thus the industrial and later suburbian part of the isles were connected to main one with bridges and roads. Today it is a balanced and peaceful community with laidback style of life.


Aspen Island
Lake Burley Griffin
Big Splash Waterpark
Canberra
National Dinosaur Museum
Parliament House
Canberra Stadium
uestacon

  • Places to Visit
  • Test your English Language
  • Comics of the Day
  • Class 9 - Force And Laws Of Motion
  • Jalandhar
  • Lal Bahadur Shastri
  • Precautions while using Facebook
  • Amitabh Bachan
  • Precautions while using Mobile Phones
  • Valentines Gift Ideas For Her
  • Loudest College Football Stadiums
  • Things Women Say That Men Misunderstand
  • Mumbai City
  • GK Books and Authors
  • Amazing Facts About Your Heart
  • Most Obscure Sports In The World
  • Myth about Airplanes
  • GK Famous Personalities
  • Delicious Cookie Recipes
  • What to Eat in Gujarat
  • GK World Organisations
  • The Most Romantic Train Journeys
  • How To Build or Rebuild Trust
  • loading...

    Did you Know :

    The Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History houses the world's largest shell collection, some 15 million specimens. A smaller museum in Sanibel, Florida owns a mere 2 million shells and claims to be the worlds only museum devoted solely to mollusks.
    More ...

    Shlok Consultants