St Lucia Gardens

2 Gailey Rd, Brisbane, Queensland, 4067, Australia | Hotel
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    Goodbye Australia!

    A travel blog entry by christian.smith on Sep 05, 2014

    Nobody ever told me that it would be this hard to organise a trip to another country. I had to make sure all of my flu shots were up to date.

    The most of annoying part of the process was organising my passport I had to get some forms from the Australian post and fill them out then I had to get my photos taken and send all the forms away so I can get my passport. ...

    The Last Sunset

    A travel blog entry by raaawr on Aug 12, 2014

    40 photos

    ... all the fun animals that we don't get to see at home and have a day to be a tourist.

    And it was amazing! I learned so many things about those different animals and even African ones!

    There were lizards, crocodiles, Tasmanian Devils (they're fast little *******s), dingoes, koalas (they're very cute), camels, kangaroos (you can even stroke those and get really close!) and various birds (I'm not good with those, but there are pictures!).
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    Day 1- Depart for my Great Adventure

    A travel blog entry by amosdrayson on Jul 25, 2014

    2 photos

    Today has arrived my Scandinavian Adventure. I have my passport which took roughly 6 weeks to arrive and I also have my Schengen Visa-Type C. I leave from Brisbane airport at 11:20pm I have arrived at the airport and checked in it is a 23kg baggage weight. Its about 2 hours till I fly and I am sitting at a cafe in the airport.

    Before I ...

    The outback adventure begins

    A travel blog entry by pmehan on Jul 12, 2014

    ... Apollo Rd to Brett's Wharf) by river cat. We backed a few winners which helped cover the cost of the retail therapy for the ladies. When the races we over we wandered a few hundred meters down the road to Eat Street at Portside Wharf - every type of food you could possibly imagine and more. Eat Street has been going for 12 months and is open Fri/Sat/Sun from ...

    So this is Gerty and where shall we go ....

    A travel blog entry by w14 on Jun 05, 2014

    6 comments, 10 photos

    ... us down routes that the van will get stuck.. How cool is that? Also it has something like 20000 campsite across UK and Europe programmed in so should be easy to find where to stay.

    That probably covers most of it so sit back and enjoy the pictures; click on each and see some more information for each.

    See you next time and please add comments, suggestions (keep them clean) and news from home.

    Col and ...