Quest Ascot Apartments

Address: Cnr Lancaster Rd & Duke St, Ascot, Brisbane, Queensland, 4007, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Cnr Lancaster Rd & Duke St, Ascot, Brisbane, is near Brisbane Powerhouse, Victoria Park Golf Course, Eagle Farm Racecourse, and Victoria Barracks Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Brisbane

Landed in Brisbane, off to Bokarina home

A travel blog entry by dannjess on Jun 17, 2015

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... was 209,263,
and the metropolitan area's was 270,270, making it the 9th most populous
in the country.[1]
It is the administrative centre for the Sunshine Coast Region Council
municipality, the fourth most populated local ...

Day 9: Pillars of ice and falling towers

A travel blog entry by jmintouch33 on Jun 16, 2015

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... the observation deck only to be met with hundreds of guests who had arrived much earlier than us. There were absolutely no spots left on the railing so short people in the second or third rows were out of luck! So I hightailed it to the open Deck 6 and secured a perfect spot and Mac patiently waited for an opening on Deck 11. As luck would have it we were both in sweet spots for the spectacle that was about to unfold. The first hour was filled with "small" ice showers ...

Brisbane - We're Impressed!

A travel blog entry by passionretirees on May 05, 2015

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The first time that we visited Brisbane was in the early 1980's and we didn't find it particularly appealing. Since then, we got to see the dramatic redevelopment downtown and in the South Bank area. What a great job the city has done.

There are residential high rises dotting the Brisbane River with cafes, restaurants and a walkway for cyclists and pedestrians. Our accommodation for two days was ...

Moreton Island!

A travel blog entry by codie on Mar 30, 2015

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... found the snorkel was upside down, so had to run back and get another! Jumped in the water and headed off towards the shipwrecks, the beach dropped off quite quick, it wasn’t super deep, just too sandy to see the bottom unless you dived down.

All the shipwrecks were sunk there on purpose to create a small dock area to protect small boats from westerly winds. They were all Ex-Whaling ships, that were no longer needed due to whaling being banned ...

"I'm scared to steal your hat"/Rain Out

A travel blog entry by mkalbanese on Jan 23, 2015

2 comments, 5 photos

Videos finally posted. It's kind of a painful process. Make sure you check out our trip to the koala sanctuary. Update: a couple of the videos don't seem to play correctly in all browsers. They all work on our phones here, but 2 didn't play correctly on my laptop. Hopefully they work for you all. Rain, rain, and more rain. We got 179mm of rain today, and the Brisbane area had a lot of flooding. They have had a lot of rain here lately. It started ...