Milton Motel Apartments

Address: 19 Sheehan St, Brisbane, Queensland, 4064, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 19 Sheehan St, Brisbane, is near Boondall Wetlands Reserve and Tinchi Tamba Wetlands.
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      Koalas after a new plan

      A travel blog entry by cth-road on Mar 31, 2015

      2 comments, 70 photos

      ... ran after the bus that just came around the corner. I asked for a ticket that takes me all the way to the koala sanctuary. But as I had to switch busses to the suburbs of Brisbane, the bus driver did not know what to charge and let me ride the bus for free. At Brisbane's Cultural Center, I had to change the bus. While I was waiting for number 430 to arrive a million busses busses came second by second. Even in Germany, I have never seen such a ...

      Crikey! What a Zoo!

      A travel blog entry by crawfordrg on Mar 11, 2015

      1 comment, 6 photos

      ... 8217;.), and $50B in shipping through the most modern container port in the world. It’s computer controlled and can be run by 2 people.

      One story we heard I’m going to have to look up when we get back to cheap wifi; about the glass mountains (or Glasshouse Mountains). It’s an old native tale how the mountains were created after a father broke his son’s neck (by accident).

      We continue to sail past endless islands and (low) ...

      Crikey! A day at Australia Zoo mate!

      A travel blog entry by paul_and_ness on Feb 02, 2015

      33 photos

      ... to give the animals the immense space they need. All have natural trees and foliage so that the animals can forage, sleep and play in surroundings much the same as in the wild.

      Many of the animals here were rescued by Steve’s own bare hands. Animals were either orphaned, injured or a danger to local communities and Steve came to the rescue and offered them a new home. ...

      Butterflies, Crocodile Curry, Kangaroos and Emus

      A travel blog entry by fongfotos on Jan 10, 2015

      5 photos

      ... 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! ...

      How not to make friends on camp

      A travel blog entry by watsonrtw on Nov 23, 2014

      26 photos

      ... for lunch before hitting the road. Leaving Sydney turned out to be much more difficult than arriving as the satnav appeared to be having some kind of breakdown and couldn't make it's mind up on where we should be going. Eventually we left Sydney via the harbour bridge which was a nice, yet unexpected way to leave the city. It's difficult to be romantic about the experience of driving over the iconic bridge as it's multiple lanes of utter mayhem. It's one of ...