Central Brunswick Apartment Hotel

Address: 455 Brunswick Street, Brisbane, Queensland, 4006, Australia | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on 455 Brunswick Street, Brisbane, is near Wheel of Brisbane, Chinatown, Customs House, and Victoria Barracks Museum.
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      Butterflies, Crocodile Curry, Kangaroos and Emus

      A travel blog entry by fongfotos on Jan 10, 2015

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      ... day started with a train ride on the historic Kuranda Scenic Railway. It's roughly a 2 hour train ride that takes you up the mountain and through the rain forest to the village. There's a lot of history to this railway - lots of folks helped build it in the 1800 and there's 15 hand-hewn tunnels that were carved out from the locals at that time. The train ride was really cool - things here are really lush and green and so the scenery was worth doing it alone! ...

      Perth to Brisbane & Toowoomba

      A travel blog entry by lloydsletloose on Nov 21, 2014

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      ... and the only thing missing was the bevvies, so we headed back out to the bottlo to stock up on booze. This time when we left, a lightening storm was providing us with a free electrical demonstration, no thunder or rain just an arial display. Grabbing a cooked chicken, chips & corn on the cobs for supper to share, along with a cocktail goon box and a slab of grog. Once settled back at the camper and prepping our tea, the first rumble of thunder ...

      Our holiday from being on holidays

      A travel blog entry by kerrlings on Nov 13, 2014

      ... dignitaries. Just think, if we hadn’t have got that ice cream, we would have missed it all. Morale: never walk past the ice cream shop without stopping. Grant and Sue have Tivo at home so there was much excitement later that evening when we were able to rewind and zoom in on us standing on the bridge as the news reported on Obama’s movements for the day. Turns out he was on his way back from the ...

      Take 3...

      A travel blog entry by jaywilliams on Sep 15, 2014

      Third time's a charm…or so they say. This year I again have the fantastic privilege of heading overseas to work & serve with the Hillsong Network and College teams. This is the third year I have been given this opportunity and it once again looks different to both years prior. I will endeavour to post my thoughts, photos ...

      Goodbye Australia

      A travel blog entry by lachlanbond on Sep 01, 2014

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      ... a criminal! No visa was required for my trip, so that's an advantage I can stress to potential clients.

      I took the time to find the most cost-efficient and time-efficient flight. I didn't want to my boss to have to foot the bill for an expensive flight just for my comfort, so I chose an economy flight. I also didn't choose the most expensive economy flights. I didn't choose the cheapest option either because those flights tended to have ...