BIG4 Brisbane Northside Holiday Park
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Erster Halt an der Sunshine Coast war natürlich Noosa, hatten wir von diesem Örtchen doch schon in der Schweiz sehr viel gehört. Vom Lookout im Noosa Nationalpark erhielten wir einen guten Überblick über die von Strand und Buchten gesäumte Küste. Nach der Fahrt durch die einzelnen Stadtteile und den verschiedenen Strandstopps, bei welchen sich die …
Hi everyone! So me and Dan arrived in Brisbane 2 days ago. The first day we had an explore around the city and then went to the cinema down the road to watch Focus which was good and a lot cheaper than the cinema back home! The next day we went round the city again, visited the science and history museum which was really good and had a walk down the south bank and through the food markets. Today we went to Australia Zoo (the one where Steve Irwin and his family ...
... Springs can only be described as large 'towns' at best. Our challenge on reaching Brisbane was first, to avoid the toll roads (grrrr!) and secondly, find somewhere to camp in Beaten-up Barry.
Up to this point we hadn't had a problem finding a camp spot but the Brisbane page of our 'Camping Bible' had no campsites highlighted whatsoever - zilch, nil, none! So in a shopping centre with ...
... own room each with a balcony. Luke's room is set off Chris and mine and has a door that separates us from the rest of the house, which is great for Luke's early morning wake ups not disturbing anyone else.
The down side of the house, is it is a major split level and poor Luke keeps taking major spills! After day 2 his spine was scraped up, his nose scabbed and bloody, and he had a giant strawberry on his leg. YIKES. It's been a week now and he ...
Early start as always today. We discovered that our kitchen has a slow cooker, so I got up and put on a chicken stew. So nice to get dinner ready before even going out for the day. A little later, we set off to explore Brisbane. It was another very hot day, and was up past 30 degrees before 11am. Our first stop was the South Bank. The South Bank area was really cool, with public pools and a man made beach. Was so refreshing to cool off in the heat. There was also ...