Rosevale Retreat Hotel

903 Rosevale Road, Brisbane, Queensland, 4340, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 903 Rosevale Road, Brisbane, is near Mount Walker.
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Travel Blogs from Brisbane

Queensland's oldest pub.

A travel blog entry by davenjules on Aug 11, 2012

7 photos

No-one is really sure when this pub was built (approx 1852), but it was apparently licensed from 1887. It was built as a homestead but supplied booze to weary and thirsty travellers. It was built in a time of no power or phones or even roads to speak of, and it stands as a reminder of those days. It was built on the banks of Black Gully Creek about …

Revising my opinion on Brisbane

A travel blog entry by hpeier12 on Aug 02, 2014

49 photos

Today I went into the Inner-city Brisbane , coming from Jamboree Height the Cycle path goes along M5 for the most part ... pretty noise with all the Cars rushing by on the other side of the concrete Barrier. As soon you get into the inner-city there are wide Cycle paths all over the city especially along the River and you see plenty of People on their Bikes maybe because it is Saturday and most are off work. The City has and Bike rental organization where ...

Entering hallowed ground!

A travel blog entry by bonneybombach on Jul 15, 2014

9 comments, 5 photos

... first row of the plane, which is normally business class but as there was no class discrimination on the plane here we are, only 2 fat seats side by side, absolute luxury for the last and 14th flight on this long, marvellous journey!And as I look out the window the clouds have all but disappeared and I see a long straight stretch of sand fringed with what, from this height, looks like static lace, the blue sea and the blue ...

Family Friends and more Koala Bears.

A travel blog entry by luigisadventure on Jun 28, 2014

... one in the afternoon. We looked at eachother’s groggy and worn faces and both knew nothing much would happen today/ Even though we were on holiday it pays to be lazy every now and then/ We spent the afternoon doing some weeding in the garden as a thank you to the family and playing football in the garden. The most exciting event of the day was a trip to the bowling alley just down the road where we ended up playing 10 games for a miniscule price. We had a cracking time and ...

More to Explore in Brisbane

A travel blog entry by ostrowski on May 24, 2014

1 comment, 11 photos

It was a perfect morning for a bike ride so we took advantage of it. We rode through the City Botanical Gardens. There are pedestrian and biking paths throughout the garden. The paths also lead out to a path which follows along the river for several miles. So we journeyed on along with many other people who were out enjoying the morning. Along the path we stopped for a few minutes to ...