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

Back to Civilisation

A travel blog entry by tholdsworth89 on Oct 19, 2015

... ready and went downstairs to watch the second half of the rugby in the outdoor bar area, where we were joined by an Australian bloke who would be with us for most of the night. As New Zealand typically snatched victory from the jaws of defeat on the TV, our drunken Australian friend feigned disappointment for at least three seconds before continuing to introduce himself. He was a local student in his late twenties who’d clearly been drinking all day (and throughout ...

Day 1: Departure

A travel blog entry by owen.gilbert on Apr 06, 2015

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... then a flight to Orlando it takes 33 hours to get there including a 15 hour stop over in Los Angeles, you could probably find a more direct flight for a group of young people travelling.

After 33 hours I arrived in Orlando. The flight was comfortable, the staff were very friendly and helpful. I got a little bit of sleep which was good and ate some food although im not too ...

Lift off

A travel blog entry by nicki.bygraves on Dec 05, 2014

Hard to believe the time had finally arrived. After so much planning the journey was now imminent. We flew via Auckland and cannot complain about the flight, especially as we (Riley and I had seats in premium economy. Gil and Joel were in exit rows with extra leg room but not quite the same. ...

Brisbane to Brisbane in Twelve Months-the Long Way

A travel blog entry by jeffandkaren on Dec 01, 2014

6 comments, 14 photos

... for this beautiful forested beach area. It's very popular year round for it's beaches, fishing and boating in the nearby Great Barrier Reef. Here we had an afternoon thunder storm, it was a welcomed relief to heat we've been experiencing.

Bundaberg was our next stop. This is one area we would like to revisit and spent more time exploring, as there was a lot to see and ...

First Impressions

A travel blog entry by snaps on Nov 03, 2014

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... where I could do my 'cuddle-a-koala' bit and see the Tasmanian Devils, red kangaroos, crocodiles, wombats and wallabies et al.

So far I can't say I've tasted the Australian way of life quite yet, I'm still wet behind the ears at the start of my journey. Having said that I did have my first, incredibly close, encounter with a huntsman spider, or 'Arnold' as I've named him reflecting his muscular physique, but that's another story...






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