Palace Embassy Brisbane

Address: Corner Ann & Edward Streets, Brisbane, Queensland, QLD 4000, Australia | Hostel
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This hostel, located on Corner Ann & Edward Streets, Brisbane, is near City Hall, Tilt Train, Anzac Square, and Brunswick Street.
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Travel Blogs from Brisbane

Day 1

A travel blog entry by ash.sutherland on Sep 10, 2014

5 photos

... time for lunch. For lunch I had a lasagne but it wasn't very good. We were finally told to be seated and strapped in for landing at Los Angeles International Airport. For the first time in my life. I knew I wouldn't be able to do anything because I had to be ready for my change over flight.

The time had come to catch my flight to Toronto Canada. The flight was leaving in 20 minutes and I still ...

It's all happening Down Under. Brisbane round 2!

A travel blog entry by hdoherty on Sep 09, 2014

34 photos

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MUST SEE: Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary. The Steve Irwin Zoo is an alternative animal sanctuary in Queensland but after oversleeping (the comfort of camp beds in Chill Backpackers hostel) we settled for a 40minute bus journey to the Koala sanctuary. If you'd prefer Mr Irwin's zoo then the train is your most convenient bet and the station is a short ramble from City or Chill Backpackers.

Emus, tazmanian devils, dingo,a cocktail ...

Goodbye Australia!

A travel blog entry by christian.smith on Sep 05, 2014

Nobody ever told me that it would be this hard to organise a trip to another country. I had to make sure all of my flu shots were up to date.

The most of annoying part of the process was organising my passport I had to get some forms from the Australian post and fill them out then I had to get my photos taken and send all the forms away so I can get my passport. ...

I Want To Be a Dolphin Trainer When I Grow Up

A travel blog entry by themossfamily on Jul 29, 2014

2 comments, 6 photos

... the girls said yes to a piece of kangaroo and our little carnivores loved it and went back for more! They certainly are not precious when it comes to good food and certainly understand the food chain well for their age. There was also a huge amount of other food to choose from too; soups, salads, pasta, seafood, cheeses, fruit etc. and then there was the deserts! Wow did our girls enjoy their deserts. There was a whole section just for deserts, including a sweetie bar and ice ...

Australian lives

A travel blog entry by hayleya18 on Jul 05, 2014

3 comments, 7 photos

... a Brisbane winter is. On the way back home we stopped at Serena's friend's house for a 2 year old's birthday celebrations. This was a Karan (Burmese ethnic minority, Serena knows a lot of Karan people as she has lived in the part of Thailand they live in having fled? Myanmar) celebration, with readings from the Bible and singing and talks (Serena translated for me). There was also food :-) Before you think that all I do is turn up ...