Located only 12km (7miles) east of Vancouver
on Highway 99A, Burnaby is a rapidly growing industrial and commercial
the north is Burrard Inlet and to the south is the north arm of the Fraser
Fraser University (SFU):
Known for its impressive architecture, SFU was opened in 1965. Visit the
Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology or enjoy views of the surrounding
Home to an abundant array of waterfowl, the park offers jogging and walking
trails, good fishing, boating and swimming.
Burnaby Lake Regional Park:
Most of the park has been designated a wildlife sanctuary with over 200
species residing here. There are good hiking trails here.
Westminster (the Royal City):
on the estuary of the Fraser River, southeast of Vancouver is New Westminster
which may be accessed via Highway 99A or Highway 1. Once the capital of
the colony of British Columbia, this city is now a rapidly growing area.
Quay and Public Market:
This waterfront area offers riverfront living, shopping, dining and entertainment.
Enjoy a river cruise aboard a replica paddle-wheeler, The Native. There
are different cruises to choose from, including a return trip from the
Royal City to Fort Langley and back.
House and Museum and the New Westminster Museum:
Located at 302 Royal Avenue, these museums present local history displays.
Park, located off First Street, is a beautiful spot to picnic among
the trees, and watch a ball game or a soccer match or view the fine floral
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