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Country:

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Region:

australian capital territory

City:

canberra

Latitude and Longitude:

-35.283500,149.128100

Postal Code:

2612

Time Zone:

Australia/Sydney

language:

*

User-Agent:

undici

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No

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No

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  • North Canberra

    North Canberra

    Place in Australian Capital Territory

    Distance: Approx. 246 meters

    Latitude and longitude: -35.28138889,149.12888889

    North Canberra, or the Inner North, is a subdivision of Canberra Central in the Australian Capital Territory in Australia. Comprising 14 suburbs. At the 2021 census, it had 26,699 dwellings housing 61,188 people of the 453,324 people in the Australian Capital Territory.

  • Civic, Australian Capital Territory

    Civic, Australian Capital Territory

    Suburb of Canberra, Australian Capital Territory

    Distance: Approx. 173 meters

    Latitude and longitude: -35.282,149.1286

    Civic is the city centre or central business district of Canberra. "Civic" is a common name for the district, but it is also called Civic Centre, City Centre, Canberra City and Canberra, and its official division name is City. Canberra's City was established in 1927, although the division name City was not gazetted until 20 September 1928.

  • Division of Australian Capital Territory

    Division of Australian Capital Territory

    Former Australian federal electoral division

    Distance: Approx. 155 meters

    Latitude and longitude: -35.2822,149.1287

    The Division of Australian Capital Territory was an Australian electoral division in the Territory of the same name. The division was created in 1949 and included the whole of the city of Canberra and surrounding rural areas. Prior to 1949, the Australian Capital Territory (ACT) had no representation in the Australian Parliament.

  • Supreme Court of the Australian Capital Territory

    Supreme Court of the Australian Capital Territory

    Superior court of the Australian Capital Territory, Australia

    Distance: Approx. 287 meters

    Latitude and longitude: -35.281015,149.127245

    The Supreme Court of the Australian Capital Territory is the highest court of the Australian Capital Territory (ACT). It has unlimited jurisdiction within the territory in civil matters and hears the most serious criminal matters. The court has the jurisdictional power to hear matters that relate to the Jervis Bay Territory, the Australian Antarctic Territory and the Heard Island and McDonald Islands, although it has never heard a case exercising its power over the Heard and McDonald Islands.

  • City Hill, Canberra

    City Hill, Canberra

    Park in Canberra, Australia

    Distance: Approx. 179 meters

    Latitude and longitude: -35.28194444,149.12861111

    City Hill is a park located in Canberra, Australia, on one of the points of the Parliamentary Triangle, a feature of Walter Burley Griffin's plan for the city. The park is surrounded by Vernon Circle, at the south end of Northbourne Avenue, but beyond Vernon Circle it is further surrounded by the concentric London Circuit, and the area between Vernon Circle and London Circuit (which is partly built up) can also be seen as part of the hill. City Hill is an integral part of the city centre design.

  • Canberra Theatre Centre

    Canberra Theatre Centre

    Performing arts venue in Canberra

    Distance: Approx. 289 meters

    Latitude and longitude: -35.2818,149.1305

    Canberra Theatre Centre (CTC), also known as the Canberra Theatre, is the Australian Capital Territory’s central performing arts venue and Australia's first performing arts centre, the first Australian Government initiated performing arts centre to be completed. It opened on 24 June 1965 with a gala performance by the Australian Ballet. The centre is sited in the heart of Canberra city centre, beside the ACT Legislative Assembly and backing onto City Hill, one of the apexes of the Parliamentary Triangle.

  • Australian Capital Territory House of Assembly

    Former legislature of the Australian Capital Territory

    Distance: Approx. 338 meters

    Latitude and longitude: -35.2817,149.1311

    The Australian Capital Territory House of Assembly was the main elected representative body of the Australian Capital Territory between 1975 and 1986, during which time preparation began for the granting of self-government to the Territory. The Assembly had a largely advisory role, with most of the power over the Territory being in the hands of the relevant federal minister.

  • Vernon Circle

    Vernon Circle

    Road in Canberra, Australia

    Distance: Approx. 186 meters

    Latitude and longitude: -35.282,149.129

    Vernon Circle is a road in Canberra, Australia that encircles City Hill. It was named after Walter Liberty Vernon.

  • Canberra Centenary Column

    Canberra Centenary Column

    Monument in City Hill, Canberra

    Distance: Approx. 252 meters

    Latitude and longitude: -35.28143,149.12921

    The Canberra Centenary Column is a sculpture in City Hill, Canberra, Australia. It was built to commemorate the city's centenary, and unveiled on 11 March 2014. The sculpture is an 8.5-metre (28 ft) stainless steel obelisk on a 5-metre-wide (16 ft) granite-dressed concrete base.

  • Division of Canberra (Australian Capital Territory House of Assembly)

    Distance: Approx. 338 meters

    Latitude and longitude: -35.2817,149.1311

    The division of Canberra was one of the two electorates of the unicameral Australian Capital Territory House of Assembly. It elected 9 members in 1975 and 1979, and 10 members in 1982. It was named for the city of Canberra, Australia's national capital, and included the districts of Tuggeranong, Weston Creek and Woden Valley, along with the rest of the ACT south of the Molonglo River and Lake Burley Griffin.

  • Division of Fraser (Australian Capital Territory House of Assembly)

    Distance: Approx. 338 meters

    Latitude and longitude: -35.2817,149.1311

    The division of Fraser was one of the two electorates of the unicameral Australian Capital Territory House of Assembly. It elected 9 members in 1975 and 1979, and 8 members in 1982. It was named for Jim Fraser, who was the Member for Australian Capital Territory from 1951 to 1970.

  • QT Canberra

    QT Canberra

    Hotel in Canberra, Australia

    Distance: Approx. 232 meters

    Latitude and longitude: -35.28361111,149.12555556

    QT Canberra is a hotel in Canberra, Australia. Construction began on the 215 room Lakeside Hotel at 1 London Circuit in 1970. Designed by Peddle, Thorp & Walker, it was built by Mainline Corporation.

Weather in this IP's area

Current Weather

clear sky

Current Temperature

5 Celsius

Feeling temperature

4 Celsius

lowest temperature

4 Celsius

Maximum temperature

8 Celsius

Atmospheric pressure

1028 hPa

humidity

85 %

visibility

10000 meters

Wind speed

2.06 m/s

wind direction

30 degree

cloud

5 %

Sunrise time

09:00:00

Sunset time

03:00:00

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