Oaks Festival Towers
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
Photos of Oaks Festival Towers
Travelers also recommend:
TravelPod Member ReviewsOaks Festival Towers Brisbane
This place is a set of apartments with each apartment having a living and dining area, kitchenette, bathroom and bedroom. Very well equipped, washing machine, tumble drier, Satalitte TV channels. So you can be "at home" here and enjoy Brisbane. At busy times it can take time to get a lift and the corridors get very warm in the summer waiting for the lifts. However good value and centrally located
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
TripAdvisor Reviews Oaks Festival Towers Brisbane
Travel Blogs from Brisbane
Hoping to meet up with Brant Kozlovskis and Joe Tapping whilst we are here, take a look at the Gold Coast as well.
Sunday 28th Feb. Caught the flight from Sydney at 3pm and checked into the Apartment at 4.30pm. Nice "apartment" for 5 days. Bit of shopping to ensure breakfast was available and then our first "Nando's" enjoyed it. Plan to …
... the Barn and diets. They gassed
two boxes, coming back with piles of limp bodies. They apparently use
CO2. The other box will be saved for larger feeds and for visitor
handling. Good multi-tasking, Lone Pine!
Once the diets were done, it was time
for afternoon feeding!! I went with Bec to feed the wombats. They get
fed in their burrows. Bella sat her chubby cheeks on the ledge of the
burrow window and got scratched by Bec. ...
... glad that I take the time to record my travels.
The very fact that I write down my thoughts and feelings will cement them even further into my mind. During my very first journey in 2013 I was on an ...
... the boys, and I went to see “Fast and Furious 7.” The movie wasn’t quite my type of movie, but I did enjoy all the great vintage cars and the action. The theater which holds 200 people was sold out, so we even had to move to the center of each row so everyone could get a seat.
From what I’ve seen here people are used to lining up and being patient for everything. If you are on an ...
We started the day with the train ride to the city and a walk to the river. We took the free city hopper ferry or a pleasant and leisurely ride up the river to the Science Museum. The exhibits were a bit young for Nia so we moved into the more specific Queensland exhibits - dinosaur finds, wildlife and industry. We discovered that the bugs we saw in Lennox were Harlequin beetles. We arrived at the modern art gallery GOMA just I time ...