Diamant Hotel Canberra, Canberra

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Diamant Hotel Canberra Location

Diamant Hotel Canberra is located by Lake Burley Griffin at the intersection of Marcus Clarke St and Edinburgh Ave. On the doorstep of Canberra’s key cultural, entertainment, sport and commercial facilities and immersed in a series of unique designer landscaped gardens and complementary specialist retailers, the Diamant is perfectly located in Canberra’s first true urban village. The City Center , Lake Brley Griffin and the Australian National University are all about 10 minutes walk or less. Within 20 minutes walk you will find the Casino Canberra, the Canberra Convention Centre and the Australian National Botanic Gardens, while the Black Mountain, Talestra Tower Lookout and the Parliament House are approximately 40 minutes drive. Canberra International Airport is about 19 minutes by car.

Address: 15 Edinburgh Avenue - Canberra, 2601, Australia

Diamant Hotel Canberra Transports

  • CAnberra Airport 7.0KM (10 min)

    Directions: By Bus: THE AIRLINER BUS TAKES 20 MINUTES, IS 7 DOLLARS AND RUNS 11 TIMES DAILY. Hours: 0,20 Cost: A$20.00 By Taxi: TAXI FARES FROM THE AIRPORT TO THE DIAMANT BOUTIQUE HOTEL AVERAGE 20 DOLLARS. Hours: 0,15 Cost: A$19.00

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Canberra

Canberra, Australia The city is said to have more restaurants per capita than any other in Australia. The city's design was heavily influenced by the garden city movement and incorporates significant areas of natural vegetation that have earned Canberra the title "bush capital". Abundance with museums, galleries, parks, historic buildings and government agencies, a must-see attraction would be the National Gallery of Australia, the National Museum of Australia and the stunning Parliament House. Right on its doorstep are forests and bushland, with unspoilt wilderness just a bit further afield in the Brindabella Ranges and the Namadgi National Park; skiing in the Snowy Mountains or surfing on the coast are only a few hours away.