Saturday, 5 September 2015
$10 Lunch Specials @ Mawson Club
Every Monday - Saturday between 12pm - 2pm there is $10 Lunch Specials at Mawson Club.
Choose from a Croque Monsieur, Beef Lasagne, Beer Battered Flathead and Chips, Calamari and Chips or Chicken Schnitzel.
William Strutt was the first great exponent of history painting to work in Australia. His spectacular work depicting the brutal and beautiful Australian landscape, explorers and bushrangers is iconic, and informs the way we envisage colonial life in the mid-nineteenth century. Heroes and Villains brings together Strutt’s oils, watercolours, sketches and prints from the extensive collections at the National Library with dramatic works from several major Australian collections.
10 am–5 pm
Do the Lake George Range walk to the highest point on the Lake George Range. Great views of Lake George and the Federal Highway winding its way to Sydney. Walking shoes with good gripping soles required. It is advisable to bring a bottle of water, and a warm jacket if it is going to be chilly.
Saturdays @ The Durham
$2 sliders wih any drink ordered at The Durham every Saturday night.
Good Crafternoon - $35 3 course meal with 3 craft beers
Live music from 6pm till late. Free entry.
No matter your night out, we have it covered! On TopLevel we play all your favourite R&B tracks with the fanciest of cocktails, then The Mooseheads Nightclub will be there satisfy your dancing needs by belting out your favourite party anthems PLUS down in the pub we bring you the best sing-a-longs and classic until very late!
A selection of Mooseheads favourite menu items such as chicken schnitzel, battered flathead, cheese burgers, rump steak and heaps more for $10 with your choice of a schooner of Tap Beer, Wine or Soft Drink. To reserve a table call 62576496
Canberra has never been short of Italian restaurants. In the heart of the city, La Scala was one of the longest lasting and most-loved. After an amazing 25 year run, the familiar space was taken over by the CoCu Group (consisting of nearby Tuckshop and Shorty’s, among others) to redevelop the space into another Italian restaurant that Canberrans could fall in love with. Welcome to Provini!