Brisbane Street Studios
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this condo rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Brisbane Street Studios
Travel Blogs from Brisbane
... kids are quite cautious in the water and don't stray from the bank or steps unless they have possession of one of the rubber tyre tubes or pool noodles. Oliver was first to get cold so he got out and we headed back to camp to get him dry and dressed. As we were about to put his shirt on I noticed that he had a visitor - there was a tick on his chest near his armpit. I'm glad he got the tick and not Emily as he wasn't too bothered (he ...
... the motorway. We had to pick Scott up on the way, so back onto Logan Rd. Thankfully we got to his place, not without some back and forwards. My phone was going flat, Beau and Nadine were waiting for us. They postponed the beginning of the ceremony due to the weather, so we arrived just as the first address was being delivered. It was fantastic to see him graduate after all the hard work and going without. After the ceremony, we went to a pub and met Margy and ...
... was because it was morning). Breakfast: fruit, beans, greek yogurt We had double session art (which would also be my last before I change subjects) Food & Tech Break: Brownies, custard, biscuits and fruit Science: double session Lunch: Pita bread, chicken, onion Exchange meeting with Mrs Mahony and all the exchange girls including those going to Germany, Canada etc ...
... walks. All being well we will reach Rome late July. Brendon's Bunch, who we meet for coffee on our walks around the river gave us a surprise going away. With bunting, cake, Aussie flags and baby koalas. Really lovely. Tonight we have the long, boring flight to London to look forward to and after we have a few days recovery before we commence our journey on the13th April. We hope you will join and enjoy our ...
... but Ari said it was only about 15 minutes, felt so much better though.
Got given the declaration cards, ticked one box wrong on them.
Flight landed about 10am, filled out another declaration form, went and got our bags then went through customs. They were filming boarder control, but absolutely no one was being checked. Seemed a bit laxed.
Went and bought train tickets then waited for the train, we had just missed one so had to wait about ...