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The lakes edge is all about landmarks. Here you can see the Carillon, a gift from the British Government.  Kings Avenue bridge is also in the shot.

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  1. Yes, I walked all over that area when I was down in Canberra in October. I will try to get down there twice a year from here on out. There is so much to see, and so many lovely walks to do.

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  2. I also enjoyed walking along the lake front, even in the depths of winter.

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  3. The best part of Canberra is the lake.

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