Brisbane International - Rocklea Motel

Address: 1326 Ipswich Road, Brisbane, Queensland, 4106, Australia | 4 star motel
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This 4 star motel, located on 1326 Ipswich Road, Brisbane, is near Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary, Toohey Forest, Sherwood Arboretum, and Oxley Creek Common.
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      Wait what?! I need a visa for Australia!!

      A travel blog entry by jetset_travel on Dec 18, 2014

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      ... to Australia, checked the visa requirements for all three potential countries that I would likely visit. And all three I was sure that I was good or that I could get a visa on arrival. But when I went to check in for my flight at the kiosk in DIA the agent asked me if I had my Australian visa, was it in my passport he asked. quizzically, I replied, no. I'm pretty sure US citizens don't need a visa for Oz...but in my head I'm like "holy ****! ...

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      A travel blog entry by vikkiandchris on Oct 23, 2014

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      There's a gap in our dates because we had to scoot through from Eumundi to the Sunshine Coast and over to New South Wales. The rego on our camper was running out and as it was registered in NSW this is where we had to go to renew it. We had a bit of a nightmare for 5 days, trying to sort it out and getting ripped off in the process.

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      Gold coast

      A travel blog entry by simbik on Oct 19, 2014

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      ... with a very high level of service! The kids enjoyed catching up with their cousins, I enjoyed having a few beers with my mate and brother in law Craig and vicki loved hanging out with her sis. Sea world was really great, as we had the passes to come and go and the fact that we were living at the park meant that we could go in to the park for a few hours every day. The kids got me on the log ride, suffice to say I wet my pants and decided to watch from then ...

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      A travel blog entry by josh-and-abbie on Sep 24, 2014

      ... group bound straight into the water, many of us were put off by the drizzling rain and mild temperatures. From here we rejoined the beach and drove to the Maheno wreck. This was a ship wrecked on Fraser Island in 1935, and whilst only the basic structure of the ship still exists, it is a foreboding and fascinating ruin on the otherwise picturesque beach. Putting this in our rear view mirrors and after Abbie getting stuck in the sand momentarily we were off to ...

      Trip to India

      A travel blog entry by harry.russell12 on Sep 12, 2014

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      ... cuisines, it costs Rs. 2000 on entry the food is great and worth the money.

      Day four

      Today I woke up early to have breakfast at parikrama the revolving restaurant. I court a taxi 37 mins I take the lift to the 24 floor and look out to a full view of new Delhi and seeing a 360 degree view of it as it revolves slow so you can take it all in. They food is very nice and reasonable price. I left parikrama at 10 and took a taxi ...