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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    New Zealand - done!

    A travel blog entry by dianeandjohn on Mar 02, 2015

    11 photos

    ... there tomorrow. We booked tonight onto a campsite about 2k outside town. There are some great birds and birdcalls here - some at 5am but never mind - but probably the most common is the 'bush Turkey'. Very much like your average Turkey but black with a huge fantail and they are everywhere. We had bought some T bone steaks for the bbq but just as John was about to cook them, there was a sudden downpour so he cooked them under the umbrella, just like ...

    Chapter 11 - Fraser Island

    A travel blog entry by jbishop1991 on Dec 19, 2014

    1 comment

    ... The girls will know my struggle this as I am definitely a duvet man, but needs must and I am a diversfiable (probably not a word) man. We met the rest of our group, plus our guide Hayden, the next morning and boarded our big, pink 4 wheel drive bus. There was about 40 of us in total as we set out on day 1, in beautiful sunshine. First stop was Lake MacKenzie (a perched sand dune lake for all you geographers) for a dip. Beautifully warm and crystal blue as we chilled for an ...

    An interesting trip home

    A travel blog entry by hyoung74 on Oct 29, 2014


    ... plane was not full. We were in the centre seats (3,4,3 configuration) so that Wes was in the aisle and me next to him. That way I am the only one who has to climb over Wes. There was a spare seat beside me which the man on the other aisle and I used as a storage space and he also needed a little more seat space (not the smallest man).

    We pushed out at 00.17 and taxied until 00.35. At one stage I thought we were going to drive all the way home. That LAX airport ...

    Day of Departure: Woolies do Europe!

    A travel blog entry by agegjwoolcock on Sep 10, 2014

    1 comment, 2 photos

    Amanda attempts to set up Travelpod! Leaving tonight 9pm on Emirates EK435. Arrived in good time, bit hungry but sadly rejected from the Emarites Lounge. Ahh our first 'lounge' story of the trip. Fortunately the lovely lady at the Qantas Lounge (1km at the other end of the airport) accepted us happily. Lots of laughs already and we haven't left the country! Everyone talking soccer with Jem resplendent in his Gunners gear, sponsored by Emirates of ...

    Day Seven: Going Home

    A travel blog entry by tenillefiteni on Sep 07, 2014

    1 photo

    ... but I had heaps of sleep so I felt pretty refreshed when I got home and was ready to see my family again. This trip was amazing and I would 100% recommend it for school groups. It's an experience you will never forget. You make such a massive difference in a small community and get to see some of the great wonders of the world. I will definitely be ...