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On 6 September 1859, the Municipality of Brisbane was proclaimed. The next month, polling for the first council was conducted. John Petrie was elected the first mayor of Brisbane.
... dock and got off and walked to my car. I drove down to Birkdale. After a salad lunch, Wendy and I drove down to Wellington point and walked in the forest as usual. Then Wendy suggested we could walk to King Island as the tide was out. An interesting walk on raised sand . Then I walked on a sandy track through the middle of the island. There was mangroves on the left and I walked back on the sand to meet Wendy. The sun was setting as we walked back and it ...
After two days running around a sand island we decided it would be a good idea to hit some more sand at the Surfers Paradise on the Gold Coast. First up though we were flying to Brisbane for some culture... or at least it turned out that way!
Having an afternoon to kill in Brisbane we looked at the varying options and eventually decided on walking around town and visiting the national museum. Fortunately, the weather ...
Leaving Noosa after a nights stay led us into our last night further south on Dicky Beach. An uneventful stay provided a much required remembrance on our time in Australia. Yes, most living things apart form humans will try to kill you, yes swimming in waters is 99% a risk but it's surprisingly a wonderful, complete country that still lacks a little development for the good. People will ...
... spent the day swimming, playing in the sand, exploring and eating. The waves were so choppy which was a lot of fun for us. The locals dug away the sand that separated the river from the ocean, when they connected, massive play waves formed which everyone went down on the boards. Such a great day but now we're both very burnt (should have put on more sunscreen)!