Get snapping in CBR’s most photogenic spots

Posted 7 Feb 2017

Story by Visit Canberra

  1. Hotel Hotel’s Grand Stair

    Featuring reclaimed timber running up the stairs and a huge overhanging installation, this award winning staircase is a must-visit for anyone wanting to grab a photo of a truly unique architectural feat.

    VISIT HOTEL HOTEL

  2. Mt Stromlo Observatory

    600_7278_2048If it’s a rustic backdrop or ethereal sunsets you’re after, Mt Stromlo Observatory is your go-to. Lovers of the minimal aesthetic can enjoy the textured walls that create interest in an otherwise stark shot.

    VISIT MT STROMLO OBSERVATORY

     

  3. Gibraltar Falls

    Dive into nature’s infinity pool. After a short trek off Corin Road, you’ll be rewarded with a serene outlook over Namadgi National Park. Perfect for that pensive, at-one-with-nature shot.

    VISIT GIBRALTAR FALLS

  4. Lake Burley Griffin

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    Sunrises, sunsets, national attractions, hot air balloons – what doesn’t our lake have going for it?! Home of many events such as Enlighten and Floriade, you’re in for a treat year round.

    VISIT LAKE BURLEY GRIFFIN

     

  5. Jamala Wildlife Lodge

    DSC_8749Take a bath beside a bear, lounge about with the lions and say hi to your neighbour Hummer the giraffe from your balcony. But fair warning – a stay in this unique luxury accommodation may result in you spending a lot of time letting friends know your photos are for real!

    VISIT JAMALA WILDLIFE LODGE

     

  6. The Cupping Room

    Home to some of Canberra’s most vibrant and colourful dishes, the biggest problem you’ll encounter at The Cupping Room is keeping the food on the plate long enough for you to get your shot!

    VISIT THE CUPPING ROOM

  7. National Arboretum Canberra

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    Immerse yourself in stunning vistas, dense greenery and playful architecture. Do as the insiders do and perch up here during the Balloon Spectacular for a stunning view across our city.

    VISIT THE NATIONAL ARBORETUM CANBERRA

     

  8. Within Without

    The National Gallery of Australia is home to James Turrell’s permanent Skyspace installation “Within without”. Favoured by style bloggers and light lovers everywhere, the turquoise blue of the body of water surrounding the inner dome provides a sharp contrast to the blush pink walls and earthy colours.

    VISIT THE NATIONAL GALLERY OF AUSTRALIA

    This article has been published with permission from Visit Canberra. To view it in its original form, click here.

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