Aspley Acres Caravan Park

Address: 1420 Gympie Rd, Brisbane, Queensland, 4034, Australia | Campground
 
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Location

This campground, located on 1420 Gympie Rd, Brisbane, is near Boondall Wetlands Reserve, Tinchi Tamba Wetlands, and Aspley Pin High Golf Complex.
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Travel Blogs from Brisbane

Volunteer Work

A travel blog entry by taylork on Oct 06, 2014

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It's my second last day in New York and I wanted to give back to the place that had given me so much joy over the last few days. So I organised before I left to do some volunteer work, with a volunteer group called The City Hoops was offering a Basketball program.

The program caught my eye because ...

Bye bye Brissy!

A travel blog entry by agemofajourney on Sep 21, 2014

4 comments, 3 photos

... ll catch up with me and I might finally be on Aussie time! Friday morning I got up for breakfast and met an English guy called Ashley working at the travel shop round the corner. After exchanging stories he told me to meet him at 11 and he'd sort me some discount for planning my trip. I packed my bag up for the day and decided once I'd sorted my next few weeks I'd go explore the city. I met Ashley about 11.05 and he took me straight into the shop with a ...

Departure from Brisbane Airport

A travel blog entry by coreyharbrow on Aug 23, 2014

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... quite tired and could not wait to get to Hamburg.

8:30am 10:45am 3h 15mIstanbul (IST) to Hamburg (HAM) Turkish Airlines 1661 Economy / Coach (M) Airbus A321

I arrived in Hamburg and went through customs, and collected my luggage and walked out of the airport to a sudden change of temperature! Very Cold!

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Paradise Lost

A travel blog entry by dalhousie on Aug 18, 2014

2 comments, 6 photos

... Of course, we arrived at the entrance to be told that they had discontinued the tours six weeks ago. They proudly presented us with a self guiding map which bore absolutely no resemblance to the meandering paths that prevailed all over the property. It was,however, a worthwhile visit, as the Gardens were quite diverse, from Rain Forrest to a Japanese Garden to a Bamboo Grove, Conifers a Tropical Dome and so on.

Brisbane offers two free ...

Day 61-65: Brisbane, Gold Coast & Newcastle

A travel blog entry by nathanasi on Aug 13, 2014

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On our way from Hervey Bay to Brisbane we stopped off at a couple of places. First we went to the beachside town of Noosa in the Sunshine Coast. A very pretty town overlooking the surf friendly beach so we stopped here for brunch before heading off. Our main stop of the day was Australia Zoo, just one hour from Noosa, made famous by Steve Irwin of Crocodile Hunter fame. We are both not very keen on zoos where animals are cooped put in small cages but this was more ...

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