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Allied Pickfords Canberra Balloon Fiesta [picture] : 12 - 21 March 2005
Bib ID 5789010
Format PicturePicture
Description [Australia] : Canberra Balloon Fiesta, 2005 
1 poster : col. ill. ; 30 x 90 cm. 
Summary

Shows an aerial photograph of hot air balloons flying over Lake Burley Griffin and the National Museum of Australia. The most prominent balloon to the left side is shaped like a large red black and yellow bee.

Notes

"Enjoy breakfast with a BUZZ! Lawns of Old Parliament House - King Edward Terrace balloons commence inflation from 6.30 am".

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Subjects Australian Capital Territory -- Description and travel -- Posters.  |  Ballooning -- Australian Capital Territory -- Canberra -- Posters.
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