Brisbane Gateway Resort
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBrisbane Gateway Resort
This resort is lovely, especially because of the friendliest staff!
It was easy to get into the city per translink bus (even easier when parking the car/van near Garden City from which you have busses every 15 min). Very clean amenities.
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Tue. 05NOV; 12pm SOUTH BANK PARKLANDS, BRISBANE
We got there!
After getting up, we packed our stuff once again and got moving. Breakfast was left out to enjoy in the city later on. So we get on the correct motorway and head towards the south of Brisbane where we will check in to a holiday park and leave our large campervan to take …
... of my trip:
This trip is an expensive trip, I can be a great trip for a school group of any other group but it is also a very costly trip and can be hard to organise with all the money needed to make it possible. There are risks to the trip like stopping at cities and waiting to board another plane to fly to Paris. Everybody must have a passport and visa, there is a lot to organise but it can be possible for groups to travel on a trip to ...
Staying with Leona Bertogna has been an absolute delight. Pity Arno is stuck in Perth, sorting out some family issues but Leona has made us very welcome.
We had lunch with Ron & Brenda Lovett on Thursday at Redland Bay, Ron is in in his 80's now and struggling a bit with a weak heart. We watched the tennis from Paris and caught up on all our news.
On the way back to Corinda we called into Highgate Hill for a cuppa with Kevin & Linda Meacock. ...
... cute do etching we won't forget in a hurry! Today we had to check out and 10 and had a 20 minute walk to the last hostel base uptown! After checking in and getting to our dorm we met Melissa's friend jazz. After spending a hour or so with her we went through the local market to south bank which is a man made beach. We spent the afternoon there before heading back to our hostel . We were up early again to check out and catch out bus to noosa via Australia zoo :) Love Jared and melissa ...
... on the first day!). I had to put the heater on each evening in the camper! Therefore I didn’t really get to see the mountains in all their glory, but I am glad I got to see them – definitely worth a visit. I noticed the difference in temperature when I got back to Sydney and had to change out of trousers into shorts! The sun also came out – and the next day when I flew out of Sydney to Brisbane – back into the cloud!
So here I am ...