Spring Hill Mews

Address: 27 Birley Street, Spring Hill, Brisbane, Queensland, 4000, Australia | Condo
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This condo, located on 27 Birley Street, Spring Hill, Brisbane, is near Roma Street Parkland, Wheel of Brisbane, Anzac Square, and Tilt Train.
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    Travel Blogs from Brisbane

    29 September, 2015 (Bitumen and Birds)

    A travel blog entry by elenanardozzi on Sep 29, 2015

    ... was vital. The gang gangs were getting wrapped like a little
    Christmas present with a tarpaulin and several bed sheets. Babsi and
    I helped Sandy staple and tape the sheets together to form a barrier.

    As Sandy frantically ran about,
    stressing as much as I had ever seen her stress, Babsi and I cleaned
    all the enclosures expect for the gang gangs and Cocky's. We then
    took out old branches and prepared the bird foods. After morning tea,
    we finished up in ...

    19 September, 2015 (A Rucking Good Time)

    A travel blog entry by elenanardozzi on Sep 19, 2015

    4 photos

    ... other side, watching
    the CBD skyline grow larger and larger. I got to Arcadia's gate and
    happily found my bike chained to the same spot and with all pieces
    and inflated tyres. I jumped on, texted Jaz that I would be late, and
    cycled down to St. Lucia.

    I arrived at 13.15 and played a
    seriously intense game of find-and-seek with Jazmyn. She was at one
    side of campus and I the other. Both of us texted random ...

    Byron to Brisbane

    A travel blog entry by matthewbooth on Sep 02, 2015

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    ... chicken pepper baguette; an expensive lunch relative to our usual cheap standards however fairly cheap for Australian prices. Hunger satisfied, 'hanger' quelled, we wandered round the nearby central touristy and shopping streets with the aim of finding somewhere we could sell our Australia book. Exploring took us across the river, along past the lagoon and beach, all the way to West End and South Bank. West End was filled with trendy, studenty cafes, restaurants and bars with ...

    25 August, 2015 (Mingling with Macropods)

    A travel blog entry by elenanardozzi on Aug 25, 2015

    ... br> looks like a gharial and was quite small.

    Shina and I then followed Liana to the
    reserve again and we fed the emus, the wallabies (they hide the fruit
    and veg under the hay from the turkeys), and the off-exhibit
    wallabies. Liana then did a lap around the reserve and talked to the
    macropods like children. She knew so many of them by sight, it was
    incredible to watch. I asked her how she knew one young female swamp
    wallaby. “Oh, I can just tell. ...


    A travel blog entry by emileeh on Aug 07, 2015

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    ... prices back in the states, but mostly because our dollar is so weak at the moment. Soda is noticeably more expensive and so is hard alcohol and beer. So, Mike and I grabbed a bottle of wine for $8A (about $6USD) to celebrate. We had an afternoon drink on the porch while enjoying Mike's wifi and planning a trip into Target.

    Yes, Brisbane has a Target. It also has a K-Mart. We walked into the ...