Valley Verandas Friendly Backpackers

Address: 26 Kennigo St, Brisbane, Queensland, 4000, Australia | Hostel
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This hostel, located on 26 Kennigo St, Brisbane, is near Wheel of Brisbane, Chinatown, Customs House, and Victoria Barracks Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Brisbane

    2 October, 2015 (Acting the Wombat)

    A travel blog entry by elenanardozzi on Oct 02, 2015

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    ... young folk
    were casually sitting here, there and everywhere while 90s music
    blared from speakers. There was a central courtyard with a tennis
    court and volleyball nets. A pool was tucked in the corner and the
    bar and kitchen sat in the opposite side. We were put in #24, an
    upgrade to a female-only dorm with ensuite bath! Yes! The room was
    plain and feminine (yup, they had a fake orchid on a non-functional
    sink and a holder with Cosmopolitan ...

    Eleven Days in Brissy

    A travel blog entry by emileeh on Sep 14, 2015

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    The last couple of days have been spent fully settling into Brisbane and completing classes. My schedule has been spent as doing:

    Friday, Sept. 4: NOTHING! Resting up from the Fraser adventure and preparing for my weekend Maritime Law course.

    Saturday, Sept. 5: Maritime law class from 9-5:00.

    Sunday, Sept. 6: Class from 9-5:00.

    Monday, Sept. 7: Completed a mini-paper for Mediation. ...

    26 August, 2015 (Mammals, Marsupials, and Markets)

    A travel blog entry by elenanardozzi on Aug 26, 2015

    35 photos

    ... br> some fun tasks, namely feeding. We went to Daisy and because there
    were people watching, Mai attempted to rouse the possum. She was
    quite snoozy, so it took her a long time to perk up to the silverbeet
    and endive in her face. By the time she shifted her little head
    upright, the visitors had left. But, Mai let me offer her food and
    feed her. Daisy took the most dainty, gentle bites with her
    miniscule, sharp teeth. I immediately loved her. Then I par her wee

    Departure flight

    A travel blog entry by jaak.hall on Aug 01, 2015

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    It’s the morning of my flight to Nadi in Fiji, I have my passport on me which I had organised and prepared 5 weeks before my flight, just to make sure I’d get it on time. I also have my bags packed and ready to head on a great trip to Fiji. You do not need a visa to travel to Fiji. I'm now on the ...

    The legend that is Steve Irwin and Australia Zoo

    A travel blog entry by backpacker-kat on Jul 27, 2015

    ... were very professional, knowledgable, happy and helpful so the customer service at every point of call was incredible. It is a bt pricy I did manage to get a discount because I booked it through the travel agents but it still got about 50 dollars for one adult. All money that goes into the place is put back into conservation of the zoo and other wildlife projects which the Irwin family run. The place itself was also ...