Brisbane Street Studios
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... out the lake and taking a few photos then headed off to Brisbane.
We arrived at the campsite a few km outside of the city and spent the next few hours reading and chilling in the sun before, when the temperature cooled a little, heading off for a run. Unfortunately, half way through Gra popped his calf and had to hobble back to base and we altered our plans as we headed off to find ice in ...
... dainty in getting underneath it. She didn't
flip it like an angry diner cook would a stubborn pancake, but rather
wedged her muzzle underneath and ate from the side until it gradually
rolled upside down. Both dingos are wearing calming pheromone collars
now to tamper the noise and activity of the large amount of
construction that will be starting this week. Lone Pine is redoing a
lot of pieces of the sanctuary that are in dire need of updating.
... lights started to flick on, then headed back down. We took the
Lookout Trail that would disgorge us onto Greenhood Street and past
some expensive, gorgeous houses. It was a prime location; imagine
being sandwiched between a National Park and a metropolitan city.
The sun set and, aided by Google Maps,
easily found our way to the Indooroopilly bus stop. Passing through
Morse Park, we found a possum. We spent a good 10 minutes looking at
her (we ...
... or if they were always
like this. Everywhere I went, there were closed roads and
There is a fluid bike path along the
river in the same theme as the highway one. When I got down to the
popular riverside café and event areas, more pedestrians appeared,
but it was never too clogged. The river is an interesting place.
There are many expensive houses with large glass panels, yet dotted
among them are old stone houses with ...
... trying to save it with my foot. This makes me actually laugh out loud whilst I type. It was hot and stuffy going to bed, and it was freezing cold waking up. That plus all the cockroaches crawling literally around our bed made for a few great nights’ sleep.
Anyway, we weren’t there for the comfort, we were there to see some once-in-a-lifetime stuff. We were not disappointed. We got up early each morning to snorkel at sunrise at some of the most incredible coral ...