Show us you’re from Canberra without saying you’re from Canberra

Posted in Community, Our people, Uncategorised March 15th 2022

As we begin settling into autumn, many team members reflected on our summer travels and the iconic landmarks and moments we saw, which sparked a thought. What beautiful scenes are iconic in representing Canberra? Keen CBR local and Portfolio Manager Annette Clarke felt it’s Canberra’s markets—Haig Park and Fyshwick Fresh Food Markets. But, for Sales Agent Marty Faux, it’s all about the Capital’s beautiful and scenic roads—especially Uriarra Road in Stromlo. 

There were so many amazing contenders when we thought about the things, places, people, culture, and language, but here’s a little clip showing Canberra’s best bits.

Take a look, and see what we mean when we say we’re from Canberra.


In alphabetical order, the above video includes footage of:
1. The ACT’s Aboriginal Embassy and the Old Parliament House
2. Arboretum and The Pod Playground
3. Belconnen Owl
4. BrodBurger
5. Canberra bus stop artwork by Trevor Dickinson
6. Capital Brewing beers
7. Canberra Raiders
8. Floriade’s POP CULTURE wall
9. Garema Place, Canberra City
10. Hayman Partners Office
11. Canberra’s LGBTQI+ Roundabout
12. GoBoat Canberra
13. Lazy Su Restaurant
14. Braddon Mandalay bus
15. Mount Ainslie Lookout to the Parliament House
16. Ovolo Hotel Entrance to the Monster Bar
17. Picnic at Lake Burley Griffin
18. Robert Menzies statue along the walk of Lake Burley Griffin
19. Canberra’s infamous Skywhale and Skywhalepapa
20. The Melbourne Building
21. Telstra Tower
22. The National Carillon
23. Tocumwal Lane Graffiti location, and
24. The Australian War Memorial.


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