Park Regis North Quay Hotel

Address: 293 North Quay, Brisbane, Queensland, 4000, Australia | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 293 North Quay, Brisbane, is near Roma Street Parkland, Queensland Art Gallery, Museum of Brisbane, and State Library Of Queensland.
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      Brisbane continued

      A travel blog entry by emmaandcraig on Nov 29, 2014

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      ... Suncorp stadium. There was a soccer game scheduled for the day but we decided that as Aussies seem to hate soccer, the atmosphere might be better at a different sporting event.

      We continued down the road to the 'Go Between Bridge' and crossed over to the South Bank. We visited the art gallery and the gift shops of other museums in the culture centre and had lunch by the Brisbane wheel. The south bank had a nice little market on, various bars ...

      Coming home

      A travel blog entry by blake.l on Nov 17, 2014

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      ... also the amazing Fiji environment. As I look back over my trip there would be noting I would go back and do differently, although for a family or personal trip to Fiji I don't think that the Tavuni Hill Fort tour would be ideal but for an educational school trip it would be great.

      From my experience Fiji would be a great place for a school group to visit because it has so my learning, cultural and sightseeing opportunities that would greatly suit ...

      Monday 22nd September

      A travel blog entry by georgiej on Sep 22, 2014

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      ... the Sanctuary operate several Eucalyptus plantations to ensure there is sufficient food. Out of all the 800 Eucalyptus species, the Koala will only eat 50 of these,making the care of them even more specialist. Dinner with Clemens at a cafe in Bardon, and a drive to Mount Coot- ...

      It's all happening Down Under. Brisbane round 2!

      A travel blog entry by hdoherty on Sep 09, 2014

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      ... s most exotic, cuddly and creepy critters. The koala sanctuary has a kangaroo farm, essentially a kangaroo petting zoo. Just don't put your hand in their pouch, apparently the RSPCA will get you for that **** (golden advice from a local).'Roos' are beautiful big creatures, as placid as dogs and sun worshippers. Pretty much what I'll be reincarnated as. Although the rumour that kangaroos have seven vaginas does put me off slightly. That's a lot ...

      Day 1 & 2 - I'm off to Los Angeles

      A travel blog entry by rileygardner on Sep 02, 2014

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      ... and I am on the way to Brisbane from the Gold Coast. Cruise control is set on 110km/h and I'm so exciting to get to the airport. About 50 minutes later here I am at the international terminal of Brisbane airport. I park my car, pay the long term parking fee, grab my suitcase, surfboard and lock the car. Walking into the airport with my suitcase and board it is now 8:10 am and I have checked in with my passport and ticket in my hand.

      My flight ...

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