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Hello to everyone. We are back in Australia. We arrived back on Mon 11th of September at 11.15am. Shane was there to pick us up from the airport and bring us back to Homer (So different then the last time we arrived). When we arrived back at ...
... me and the family slept on and off. We touched down in Brisbane at about 6.30am and it felt good to be in Australia and see the sun and feel it's Queensland warmth. Passport control lines were reasonable and moving. Customs they just asked us ...
... are worth about $3 each depending on where you buy it. The choice was from the top selling 'XXXX Gold' (second in Australia to 'VB'), 'XXXX Bitter' (only really sold well in Queensland - a bitter lager), 'Summer Bright XXXX' (a Corona alternative, ...
... for a bit of sailing, and also do a self drive tour across Fraser Island (the world's largest sand island). I flew into Brisbane this morning direct from Darwin ($151 from VirginBlue). Unfortunately I did not get any sleep on board and I felt (and ...
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Jesmond Rd, Fig Tree Pocket Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
Interact with the animals and enjoy a beautiful landscape in the world's largest Koala sanctuary, created to preserve Australian wildlife.
Naval Stores Lower River Terrace, Kangaroo Point Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
South Bank, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
Choose from restaurants, cafes, a lagoon, a beautiful beach, playgrounds, gardens and walkways or barbecue and picnic areas to enjoy your day at South Bank Parklands.
Mt. Coot-tha Road, Toowong Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
An oasis for wildlife, the Gardens feature 52 hectares of plants from Australia and all around the world. Horticultural and art and craft shows are displayed in the Auditorium most weekends and free volunteer guided walks leave the Information Centre, Monday to Saturday (except public holidays) at 11 am and 1 pm. Alternatively you may like to explore the Gardens via one, or all, of the three self-guided trails available.