Wellington Apartment Hotel

Address: 192 Wellington Road, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on 192 Wellington Road, Brisbane, is near Story Bridge, Gabba Brisbane Cricket Ground, Newstead House, and Nudgee Beach.
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      Aussie Mountains, Aussie Beaches

      A travel blog entry by orla_liam on Mar 27, 2015

      30 photos

      ... that were quickly got rid of with a pinch of salt.

      Things dried out as we left Murwillumbah and carried on an hour north up the coast to Gold Coast / Surfer’s Paradise. This also meant it got hot again. Very hot. Regardless, we spent a good amount of time wandering about, running, swimming, and enjoying the 52km long golden beach. Also interesting was the huge network of river and canals through ...

      Back to Brisbane...

      A travel blog entry by codie on Feb 09, 2015

      ... minutes, so I needed the internet to make a Skype call. The woman said it should be at the transit centre for 3:15pm, then it cut off as McDonalds wifi was ****. There was an hour to wait, so I bought some chips and special sauce, then we sat in the transit centre.


      About 3:15pm we decided the shuttle would probably pick us up on the other side of the transit centre, as i’d just seen another shuttle drive ...

      Hanging with a fuzzy sleepy Sheldon in Brissy!

      A travel blog entry by woodywanderlust on Jan 26, 2015

      48 photos

      ... was quite old and had a limp (bless him), a platypus who we spent several minutes chasing around his underwater world whilst he played hide and seek with us in amongst the plants, a few sheep in the sanctuary's barn, the odd little lizard hanging about on the pathway clearly eager to meet and greet visitors, a group of flying foxes who were kind of like better-looking bats but still just as creepy (ugh, won't be giving them a cuddle)... And there was also a reptile ...

      South America and Antarctica

      A travel blog entry by lawton025 on Jan 19, 2015

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      Finally the day has arrived. After 12 months since deciding on this trip we are heading off. Not a great start. The night before we head off Owen breaks his glasses in two. We decide to try and get them fixed in Brisbane. Then, fortuitously as it turns out, our flight to Brisbane was cancelled and we left earlier than planned. Great flight but it is very hot and humid when we land. We jump on ...

      Volume 2: Chapter 10 - Hello Oz :)

      A travel blog entry by jbishop1991 on Dec 16, 2014

      ... This was a good thing especially. I was on the top of a very light, flimsy but loud bunk. Just getting up I nearly pulled it, and the girl on the bottom bunk, over. And getting down is 10x worse. The girls will vouch for my such struggles in Tekapo and Christchurch. So my natural fear was the need for a mid-night wee. Thank god it never arrived. And when it did, the girl below had gone and I was free to topple bunk over. Harriet, ...