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Blog posts June 2021

Stair Protection Tips And Tricks During A Move

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When you are relocating the house, make sure you take extreme care of the belongings while lifting, dragging and carrying them from hallways and staircases. The process can be quite risky and you could damage either your possessions or the property. You can take preventive measures to pr…

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Top 10 places to visit in Canberra

Canberra’s tourism star is on the rise with the city attracting record numbers of interstate and overseas visitors.

The majority of interstate visitors come from regional NSW and Sydney with the added incentive of enjoying national attractions within an easy drive.

But where are the best pla…

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12 Must Shoot Places For Photographers In Canberra

Being a vibrant and beautiful city smack bang in the middle of the bush, and just along the Brindabella Ranges, it gives a whole host of awesome opportunities for photographers of every kind.

It can be challenging trying to find the right place to shoot landscape or fashion photography, but I’ve …

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End Of Lease Cleaning Tips To Get 100% Bond Back

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Are you moving out of a rental property? Have you hired professional end of lease cleaners in Canberra? If no, then you should know some of the best end of lease cleaning tips that will help you achieve best possible results. It is good to create a standard checklist, clean from the to…

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Canberra dining venues go inside the bubble

Now this is the kind of Canberra bubble we like to hear about. A new Dining Dome has been installed at The Dock on the Kingston foreshore.

As temperatures dip, and with Covid restrictions still in place across the hospitality industry, it's the perfect time for the Dining Domes to pop up.

Not …

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Canberra travel guide and things to do: Nine highlights

Picnic on a Swedish boat, swim in an art deco pool and visit a new wine bar dedicated to riesling. Canberra proves its far more than museums and monuments.

Locals and visitors alike flock to Canberra's National Arboretum – a tree museum - to go bush walking. mountain b…

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