Q Resorts Gabba Central Apartments

Address: 803 Stanley Street , Queensland, 4102, Australia | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 803 Stanley Street , Queensland, is near Story Bridge, Queensland Maritime Museum, Gabba Brisbane Cricket Ground, and Nudgee Beach.
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    Travel Blogs from Queensland

    22 October, 2015 (Happy Birthday, Oink!)

    A travel blog entry by elenanardozzi on Oct 22, 2015

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    ... barking owl. I delighted in hearing her commentary as she
    flew by me. She makes little chittering noises and talks all the
    time!! It was great seeing her respond to signalling from the
    keepers. At the end, Steph put her in the box at the back of the
    amphitheatre for later.

    Karen went and got Smudgee the barn
    owl, and soon all three keepers took their birds of prey down the
    hill and hung out at the fence. You know, just walking the raptors
    for a bit.

    10 September, 2015 (Dingo Tamales and Possum Pats)

    A travel blog entry by elenanardozzi on Sep 10, 2015

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    ... pulled Bec aside and said, “we
    have meat for you.” Recycling at its best.

    I left for the day and had a fantastic
    chat with David before changing. We talked about our days and about
    other sweet plans to get everyone together and socializing. He said
    he could host people at his flat for a house party. He is also a
    great local resource for drinking establishments and fiesta places.
    Tomorrow should be the fun start of my 1.5 months left in Brisbane.

    Surfer's paradise

    A travel blog entry by ascotabroad on Jul 14, 2015

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    ... to the south. We walked along the beach, not daring to dip our toes into the ocean and then drove up to the lighthouse. At the lighthouse, we could see for miles down the beaches at either side. We walked down the wooden steps to a lookout point, where a little boy came to join us and ask if we'd seen any whales. We hadn't. But the little boy had seen one round the corner of the lighthouse. His parents weren't so convinced however we went to investigate it. We ...

    Leaving Marcia behind

    A travel blog entry by aussiepanda on Feb 21, 2015

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    Saturday February 21

    24 hours before we were due to fly out we had no idea if we'd even be going. Tropical cyclone Marcia was making her way towards Queensland and with it the torrential rain and high winds that potentially result in flights getting cancelled.

    But that didn't happen. Saturday morning and it was all go for Bali and the flight was scheduled to leave on time. We bought our duty free supplies and had some breakfast in ...

    Apia, Somoa to Queensland, Australia

    A travel blog entry by dkauten on Jan 30, 2015

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    ... outside religious influences here. We also drove by a large new modern hospital built by the Chinese. Samoan men are very large! Samoan people are lovely...very humorous and warm. They like to joke around. Our tour guide was a hoot. Samoan men are like big cuddly teddy bears. Rugby is their main sport. Main island population is about 180,000. Samoa has 4 main islands and 10 uninhabited islands. The island is flush with beautiful foliage: golden Aruba, banana ...