Brisbane Seen from the Brisbane Clock Tower…View from the Top


Magistrates Court is below….and the Roma Park Gardens and road to the freeway over the Story Bridge..Hotel Meriton is the highest building in Brisbane..


King George Square Station with restaurant below…King George Square is a busway station located underneath King George Square in the heart of Brisbane CBD; it also marks the start of the TransLink‘s Northern Busway. The station has twelve stops on two platforms; access to these platforms is via an underground concourse which can be accessed from Ann Street or Adelaide Street. Unlike other bus stops and stations, passengers do not hail down the bus, instead passengers wait behind automatic doors on the stop that is assigned to their bus, similar to the Queen Street bus station.


Perfect view of St Andrews Uniting Church

Corner of Ann Street and Albert Street..opposite King George Square Bus Station…

St Andrew’s was built in 1904 to replace a prominent Gothic style stone structure in Wickham Terrace to enable the extension of the railway line from Central Station to Fortitude Valley by tunnel. As it happened, this beautiful church which had been used by the Presbyterians for 17 years before they moved to the present site, was also occupied by the Congregationalists for another 17 years before they moved to their Ann Street site in 1959.


George Street BrisbaneYou can see the building works at Queen Street Mall below where the entrance to Queen Street Mall is past the Brown building below…


You can see the Magistrates Court on the right…

Brisbane Magistrates Court is located at 363 George Street, Brisbane in Queensland, Australia.

The building is a modern, purpose-built facility which currently contains 26 courtrooms. These include a dedicated Murri Court, two Coroners courts and four Small Claims hearing rooms.[3][4]The building has the capacity to expand to 39 courtrooms.[4]

It also contains a range of environmentally sustainable design initiatives including economy-cycle air conditioning, energy efficient lighting, rainwater tanks that hold 46 000 litres of water for use on external landscaping, motion sensors that lower air-conditioning and lighting when rooms are unoccupied, extensive use of passive sun control and low energy glass, solar hot water, and waste streaming systems

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Albert Street and Ann Street Roundabout and corner..the Roma Parkland  gardens are to the left



Library….Brisbane River ahead…


Dome Of City Hall…