Chasely Apartments Brisbane

Address: 435 Coronation Drive (Corner of Chasely Street), Brisbane, Queensland, 4066, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 435 Coronation Drive (Corner of Chasely Street), Brisbane, is near Queensland Cultural Centre - Performing Arts Centre, Castlemaine Perkins Brewery, Moreton Island, and South Brisbane Memorial Park.
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    Flights home

    A travel blog entry by jess.churchward on Oct 31, 2014

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    I'm so sad that this is my last day in Cape Town, I've had such an amazing time and don’t want to leave! Seeing everything in Cape Town has opened my eyes to a whole knew world. Everything has been so amazing. From seeing the animals to cable carting up table mountain, all these activities have made my trip so wonderful! There's no doubt that I'm coming back again soon!

    I won’t have to be at the airport until about ...

    Departing from Australia

    A travel blog entry by nick.gerhardt on Sep 15, 2014

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    ... and visas well before they book flights.

    QANTAS Airways, Emirates Airlines and South African Airways all travel to Cape Town, South Africa. To decide on the airline and flight to choose I looked at the number and length of stopovers, arrival times, departure times and the durations of the flights. I decided on a South African Airlines flight because it had the shortest flight, with the lowest number and length of stopovers.


    Home Sweet Home

    A travel blog entry by rachel.arentsen on Aug 28, 2014

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    On the way to the airport I soaked up the last views of Cambodia. I had to be at the airport three hours before my flight to check in, go through customs and board the plane. For the amount of luggage I had, I was surprised I didn't have to pay for excess baggage! Travelling home felt like it took forever but I was really tired from my adventures and was able to ...

    Taking the First Steps!

    A travel blog entry by bron.masterman on Jul 28, 2014

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    ... with bats. If I plan a school tour that has those sort of activities, though, I'd have to tell the school organiser that the participants will need a rabies shot.

    My passport is in my purse, my bags are packed with suitable clothing and my vaccinations are up to date. I am now totally ready to take off! Any minute now my colleague will arrive to take me to Brisbane International Airport. I cannot wait for my journey to begin!


    A travel blog entry by themossfamily on Jul 21, 2014

    7 comments, 5 photos

    ... way), it was just a very peculiar feeling, almost like we should be in an enclosure at the zoo, and whenever we arrived anywhere it felt like people stopped to watch the entertainment. I think we must have stood out a little. Alice especially got lots and lots of attention. Anyone who knows me well, knows I am very protective of my babies, and so I became a very protective lioness over her cub when a lady whipped Alice straight from my arms to have a photo with her, ...