Edward Lodge

Address: 75 Sydney St., Brisbane, Queensland, 4005, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 75 Sydney St., Brisbane, is near Story Bridge, Brisbane Powerhouse, Customs House, and Mowbray Park.
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      Easy Sunday

      A travel blog entry by steve.caroline on Feb 01, 2015

      2 comments, 5 photos

      ... photographed and a small unrecognised fish which was landed by Caroline, however it was a great morning on the water with views of all the islands and sightings of Dugongs (manatee??) and a possible big shark.Later in the afternoon we drove to the airport to collect Nick (Caroline's son) who had flown in from Mildura, the Middle of nowhere, where he has been working on a farm.Home for a few beers and a lovely bbq.

      Hanging with a fuzzy sleepy Sheldon in Brissy!

      A travel blog entry by woodywanderlust on Jan 26, 2015

      48 photos

      ... main sights, so off I trotted into the city, heading first to the botanical gardens (oh I do love a good botanical garden). Exiting the gardens, I crossed one of the main bridges (Goodwill Bridge) across the river, over to the city's trendy, modern Southbank. Here kind of reminded me of London's Southbank, but on a smaller scale (and obviously not as amazing). But then again I'm clearly biased. It was an enjoyable stroll along the Southbank, past swanky, quirky bars ...

      Australian Cliché in Brisbane and Noosa.

      A travel blog entry by amelm on Jan 15, 2015

      8 photos

      ... without feeling the need to get up! These guys were basically engineered to chill out! I also hugged my koala, which was a bit heavier than I thought. He was so cute I wanted to take him away with me and adopt him. Unfortunately, he was more interested in the Eucalyptus lifestyle. I also got to see Kangaroos , a platypus, and the mot beautiful parrots I've ever seen. After that, we went to Southbank Parklands, where we had a walk around the ...

      Day 13 - Brisbane

      A travel blog entry by roisinororke on Dec 20, 2014

      7 photos

      ... an absolute beast! I bravely managed to scamper past it but it was all down hill from there when there was another beastie at every angle! The way we wanted to walk had so many it looked like bunting and the webs were so big. It's fair to say I had a bit of an 'episode' so we had to find an alternative route and made a quick exit! That was the garden walk over!... After the all the drama we had worked up an ...

      Last day in Paradise

      A travel blog entry by neil.mitchell on Oct 27, 2014

      1 comment, 4 photos

      ... were a couple of disappointments, mainly the lack of wildlife. I imagined that all south sea islands would be full of exotic animals, insects and especially birds, maybe it's the wrong time of year but we hardly saw any birds and none of them were exotic, the animals were all of the domesticated variety except the rats and I only saw 1 of those, we did see lots of geckos and a few land crabs but that was it.The highlights were without doubt the people, the ...