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ID#6143 Clare Holland House (ACT Hospice)

Categories:
Hospital, Hospice, or Healthcare
Availability:
Public
Situation:
Outdoor
Portability:
Permanent

Address:
5 Menindee Drive
Barton, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory 2600
Australia
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Contact:
Phone: (02) 6264 7300
Web:
http://www.clarehollandhouse.com.au
Type:
Contemporary
Material:
Painted Concrete
Date installed:
2012
GPS:
-35.304214° Lat.; 149.151873° Long.

ID#6144 Australian Centre for Christianity and Culture

Categories:
Church or Place of Worship; Public Open Space; School or Educational Centre
Availability:
Public
Situation:
Outdoor
Portability:
Permanent

Address:
15 Blackall Street
Barton, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory 2600
Australia
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Directions/notes:
From the 15 Blackall Street entrance, walk past the buildings on the right (St Mark's Theological Centre) and the Giant Cross, and Firepit, and then about 20m beyond is the labyrinth.
Contact:
Phone: (02) 6272 6201
Web:
http://www.acc-c.org.au
Type:
Classical
Material:
Rock or Garden
Date installed:
2002
GPS:
-35.307809° Lat.; 149.135216° Long.

ID#6981 Private Garden

Categories:
Private Garden or Property
Availability:
By appointment
Situation:
Outdoor
Portability:
Permanent

Address:
Allchin Circuit
Canberra, ACT 2902
Australia
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Directions/notes:
Visitors welcome, but please contact the owner before entering the garden.
Contact:
Mike Payne
Phone: 04 17456886
Email: mike.payne@grapevine.com.au
Schedule:
Call for availability
Type:
Other
Simple, rectangular, 4-path design.
Material:
Dwarf Mondo Grass and natural leaf litter
Designer:
Mike Payne
Builder:
Mike & Beverley Payne
Size:
5.6 x 2.8 metres
Date installed:
December 2016 to January 2017

ID#3136 Five Senses: The Mt Ainslie Community Labyrinth

Categories:
Artistic Installation; National, Country or State Park
Availability:
Public
Situation:
Outdoor
Portability:
Permanent

Summer Solstice 2007

Address:
Mt Ainslie Nature Reserve
Canberra, Australian Capital Territory 2602
Australia
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Availability:
It remains permanent while walkers tend to its maintenance. It was created initially with branches but, after eighteen months of diligent work, includes rocks and stones which run more or less parallel with the branches. The kangaroos and echidnas disturb their alignment from time to time.
Directions/notes:
Five Senses is not easy to find without a guide. Over time, more and more people have walked and maintained the labyrinth. Its walkers and maintainers have either been taken there by others or simply discovered it while walking through the reserve. There are a number of possible tracks to take to get to Five Senses. For those not already familiar with it, the easiest directions are: go to the carpark on the corner of Phillip Avenue and Kellaway Avenue, Hackett. Follow the Old Tip Track (Access Summit), which starts off at the iron barrier gates (the extension of Phillip Avenue). After about 500m (going south) you travel under powerlines and then through a locked gate. Continue up quite steeply another 250m (travelling south-east), then the track flattens out a little, and curves to the south-west around the top of a gully, before turning south-east again. At the bend, look to your right (west) for a grassy clearing, with a faint track in. Five Senses is about 50m in, under a large old eucalypt with a protruding brown growth. Once located, you can explore the other possible tracks to get to Five Senses.
Contact:
Julie Rickwood
Phone: 61+427161728
Email: rickwood.julie@gmail.com
Type:
Classical
Material:
Branches, rocks and stones.
Designer:
Initially Jewels Rickwood and later others unknown
Builder:
Initially Jewels Rickwood and later others unknown
Size:
12 metres diameter
Date installed:
21 June 2006
GPS:
35 15 47° Lat.; 149 9 44° Long.

ID#7066 National Arboretum Canberra

Categories:
National, Country or State Park; Public Park or Garden; World Labyrinth Day Location
Availability:
Public
Situation:
Outdoor
Portability:
Permanent

Address:
Forest Drive, off Tuggeranong Parkway,
Weston Creek, Canberra, ACT 2611
Australia
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Directions/notes:
The labyrinth is in the Gallery of Gardens at the National Arboretum Canberra. It is located six km from the centre of Canberra, at the western end of Lake Burley Griffin.
Contact:
Amelda Keys
Phone: General enquiries: +61 2 6207 8484
Email: amelda8@gmail.com
Web:
http://www.nationalarboretum.act.gov.au/living-collection/gallery-of-gardens/the-labyrinth-garden
Schedule:
The National Arboretum is open from 6am-8.30pm seven days a week. Entry is free of charge however pay parking applies from 9am-4pm.
Type:
Medieval
Chartres replica
Material:
Concrete
stone aggregate
Designer:
Harris Hobbs Landscapes & Amelda Keys
Builder:
Brindabella Contractors
Size:
18.2 metres
Date installed:
completed and opened 2 April 2017
GPS:
-35.287797 ° Lat.; 149.069324° Long.
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