Mt Ommaney Hotel Apartments

Address: Cnr Centenary Highway & Dandenong Rd Mount Ommaney, Brisbane, Queensland, 4074, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Cnr Centenary Highway & Dandenong Rd Mount Ommaney, Brisbane, is near Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary, Sherwood Arboretum, Wolston House, and Coca Cola Amatil factory.
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The Short Hop!

A travel blog entry by wwh69 on Jan 08, 2015

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... as I start the main journey.

Things got a little apprehensive when Mick Rigby & I were heading down the 'Range' to Cairns Airport. We'd been on the Kuranda Hwy for no more than a few minutes when we came across a line of traffic and suspected a[nother] car accident. Traffic had come to a stop and we found out that a car had gone over the embankment further up the road. We speculated on how long it would be before the car would ...

Our Farewell

A travel blog entry by kateandrich on Dec 21, 2014

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Wow what a week of goodbyes- we feel so spoilt by the life & loves we have in Brissie & have found it very hard to say see you later!!

From Kate's surprise bubba shower, where the great group of gals got together & spoilt both Kate & bubba K; to the countless eating events @ our favourite restaurants & ...

Bonza Brisbane, Rainbow Beach and Fraser Island!

A travel blog entry by soniya on Dec 08, 2014

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... aka, me.) It's the second hardest place to drive in Oz too. Highlights of Fraser Island include- Driving to Lake McKenzie, a gorgeous crystal clear lake with the best exfoliating sand ever Taking a bush walk through a rainforest, watching out for the poisonous snakes around! Having a private plane ride over the Island Visiting the Champagne Pools, an area of the sea separated by various rocks Drifting on our rubber rings down Eli Creek, which felt like a lazy river in the ...

Make that fitbit work

A travel blog entry by jroe on Dec 04, 2014

... to ride on the very pretty Bicentenial Bikeway through parks up to Mt. Coot-tha. I was stymied when I attempted to bike up a steep uphill on a large, clunky "made for city cruising" rental bike. I might also mention I don't think I have ridden a bike in years, probably the last time was when some excursions on my Europe tour. Some time was wasted trying to push the bike uphill in the wrong direction ...

Day 7

A travel blog entry by elewis9211 on Oct 29, 2014

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Second day in Brisbane, and the weather is B-E-A-UTIFIL again! We got some food across the street from us in a cafe overlooking the river bank, onto the city of Brisbane. Real windy in the shade though. Then we set off for a walk along the river bank, sat on the grass to take in the view then carried on towards the man-made beach and lagoon. Made into the city and went to Peterpans travel ...