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Our bush capital
|Series||Parliamentary paper,, no. 253 of 1992, Parliamentary paper (Australia. Parliament) ;, no. 1992/253.|
|Contributions||Australia. Joint Committee on the National Capital.|
|LC Classifications||J905 .L3 1992, no. 253, HT169.A82C3 .L3 1992, no. 253|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxi, 147 p. :|
|Number of Pages||147|
|LC Control Number||94113925|
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Brindy is the character in a new children’s book, Our Bush Capital, by local award-winning author Samantha Tidy, and local illustrator Juliette Dudley. Brindy is so glad to be growing up in Canberra, and there are lots of things to do. Rides on the Merry-Go-Round in the city, The Floriade Ferris wheel, Our bush capital book morning balloon adventures.
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You 5/5. Our Bush Capital is a full colour, hard cover, 32 page children’s book written, illustrated and printed in Canberra, Australia. The book will be launched at the National Capital Exhibition, at Regatta Point on Saturday 1st Februarywith guests including the first.
Our Bush Capital is more than a children's book. It's an ode to Canberra, a testament to our city, a reflection of our people and our community’s fabric, and a collection of memories for Our bush capital book and adults alike.
It was a pleasure to share whta's so special about it with the ACT Legislative Assembly. Her previous works speak loudly of this and Our Bush Capital shows us, the residents of Canberra, in a human light.
We crave to be seen as community, not as an adjunct of federal parliament, and this book surely and deftly does this. ” — Barbie Robinson, Living Arts Canberra “. Our Bush Capital shares the experiences of a young girl and the places she loves in Canberra, the things she loves to see and do.
Locals will recognise many of the sights. Visitors will discover, through the pages of the book, a little of what it is that makes Canberra so great.
Our Bush Capital details the adventure of a child exploring everything Canberra has to offer. Rides on the merry-go-round in the city,the Floriade Ferris wheel, our four seasons, marveling at the hot air balloons in Autumn, watching the trees grow at the Arboretum, chasing dinosaurs, spotting snow on the Brindabellas, and finding treasures in.
A beautiful children's book celebrating our beautiful bush capital, Canberra. Join Brindy as she explores all of the wonderful things Canberra has to offer. From the Floriade Ferris Wheel to the Dinosaur Museum, this children's book offers a beautifully illustrated narration of a child's funfilled life in Canberra.
About Our Bush Capital. Our Bush Capital details the adventure of a child exploring everything Canberra has to offer. Rides on the merry-go-round in the city,the Floriade Ferris wheel, our four seasons, marveling at the hot air balloons in Autumn, watching the trees grow at the Arboretum, chasing dinosaurs, spotting snow on the Brindabellas.
Our Bush Capital is a page children's book written by Samantha Tidy (left) and illustrated by Juliette Dudley. They are pictured at the Australian Author: Megan Doherty. Join Samantha Tidy for the launch of her highly anticipated new picture book, Our Bush Capital, illustrated by Juliette Dudley, that celebrates everything that makes Canberra such a fun and magical place.
This exciting new children’s book details the adventure of a. Our Bush Capital is a light-hearted adventurous tale, featuring visits to our national institutions, early morning balloon adventures, spotting snow on the Brindabellas, rides on the Floriade ferris wheel, the harmony of the multicultural festival and more.
Ostensibly a picture book about the many places of interest for tourists and others in Canberra, our bush capital is also a forceful statement about community, about the importance of memories for families and about the value of sharing our own childhood joys with our children and grandchildren.
It’s about the notion of home. Samantha Tidy invites us to visit places and events to which she. Get this from a library. Our bush capital: protecting and managing the national capital's open spaces: report of the Joint Committee on the National Capital.
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Our Bush Capital. $ Our Bush Capital (32pp) calls upon what our children will remember when they one day look back at the gift that truly is a Canberra childhood - rides on the civic merry-go-round, early morning adventures to see balloons take off in Autumn, snow on the Brindabellas in winter, visits to our national institutions, the Floriade Ferris wheel and more.
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A Bush Capital Year introduces the fauna, flora, habitats and reserves of the Australian Capital Territory and includes the most recent research available. It also emphasises often unappreciated or even unrecognised urban wildlife.
For each month of the year there are 10 stories which discuss either a species or a group of species, such as mosses and mountain : Ian Fraser, Peter Marsack.The National Capital Educational Tourism Project aims to encourage schools to see the wonderful opportunities available for educationally valuable school excursions to Canberra.
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Visitors are welcome to enter the building through the Capitol Visitor Center, located underground on the east side of the Capitol. You can begin your Capitol experience at the Visitor Center by.