Spring Hill Terraces

Address: 260 Water Street (Cnr Warry Street), Brisbane, Queensland, 4000, Australia | Motel
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This motel, located on 260 Water Street (Cnr Warry Street), Brisbane, is near Wheel of Brisbane, Chinatown, Customs House, and Victoria Barracks Museum.
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    20km Brisbane Urban Hike

    A travel blog entry by tomthorpe on Jul 19, 2015

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    Left the Gold Coast nice and early to head for Brisbane.

    As usual we followed the tourist drives rather than follow the highway up to Brisbane, arriving at Bowen Terrace at 11:30am. Via the mighty Gabba! Unfortunately it was closed though.

    The space for the van around the back was very tight but it was not a bad spot for the final night with my Dad accompanying me.

    We set off ...

    On the way

    A travel blog entry by tezandcath on Apr 22, 2015

    2 photos

    Had major panic attack last night trying to work out how I was going to fit everything in my luggage. Just hoped that they would do all our bags together, which is what they did. Had the car packed the night before and managed to leave home about 4.30am, picking up at tingalpa and then onto the airport. Everybody arrived at roughly the same time so there was a bulk checkin 8 of us. Greg checked in separately because he ...

    Farewell to BrisVegas

    A travel blog entry by minionmayhem on Feb 09, 2015

    1 comment, 94 photos

    ... they are literally the barefoot nation. * (With that in mind) I haven't seen one chiropodist since we arrived in this incredible but baffling country. * They don't have mayonnaise they only have Aioli which is a delicious garlic mayo but you sometimes just want plain and you will not get it. * Toilets for restaurants are all shared, you can't use a bathroom in the restaurant you will be sent across the road to a communal one. * They all get drunk on a Sunday, their ...

    When you think the holiday starts... (ENGLISH)

    A travel blog entry by immigination on Jan 03, 2015

    ... to Elanda Point. The camping was a five star one, compared to the one just mentioned. We did a barbecue with self made garlic prawns and Brie salad. Yum! The third day we decided to go home. One day earlier then planned, but ah well... We went up to Harry's Hut, where we rented a canoe and went up the river. There we did a picnic in the boat. While we paddled back we were surprised by the rain. Soaking wet we thought we found our platform. As Darryn was trying to ...


    A travel blog entry by kate_matt on Oct 07, 2014

    ... which felt a bit of a luxury. We then headed over to the South Bank, taking the ferry down the river to get there. This was a really nice way to see the city from a different angle and as we neared the CBD, the high rises came into view which was quite impressive. The weather was also pretty much perfect, hot and sunny. The south bank was a really nice area along the river, with a path covered by a huge leafy trellis. We wandered ...