River Cruise Surfers Paradise

http://www.surfersparadiserivercruises.com.au/ I walked to the Mall at Surfers Paradise, and in the centre was a tour booth. Chatted to the lady manning the booth but I had done most of the tours as I visit Surfers whenever I want to enjoy the beaches and the places here. Looking at prices, this one seemed good valueContinue reading “River Cruise Surfers Paradise”

Surfers Paradise…Room with a view through Glass

I arrived at Nerang Station and waited for the bus to Surfers Paradise. It collects many tourists and the bus was full, standing room only. It stops at Surfers right opposite the Rail. I walked off the bus to the corner, and there was Shore Apartments on my left. I walked towards it along theContinue reading “Surfers Paradise…Room with a view through Glass”

Brisbane River Walk at Southbank

You can walk along Brisbane River on both sides. One side has Southbank, which starts around the Kurilpa Bridge, the William Jolly Bridge and continues along past Victoria Bridge, then the Captain Cook Bridge, the Goodwill Bridge, the Story Bridge, and the Kangaroo Point Cliffs. Each Area has its own beauty and character. The RiverContinue reading “Brisbane River Walk at Southbank”

Military Hospital at Holland Park

http://blogs.slq.qld.gov.au/jol/2012/07/09/holland-park-military-hospital/ A largely forgotten aspect of the Brisbane suburb of Holland Park’s history relates to the American presence in Brisbane during World War Two. The United States Army established the 3,000 bed Holland Park Military Hospital in early 1943, selecting the Glindemann family property as its location. The hospital was known as the US 42ndContinue reading “Military Hospital at Holland Park”

Brisbane Arcade..The story

The Mayne Inheritance     Rosamond Siemon’s “The Mayne Inheritance” tells a fascinating tale of dark deeds in Brisbane’s early European past. The story is about the family of Patrick Mayne, a Catholic Irishman and one of the city’s early fathers. According to Siemon, the eventually wealthy Mayne made a deathbed confession to a murderContinue reading “Brisbane Arcade..The story”

Riverview Boardwalk Brisbane

I walked from Riverside past New Farm to the Refinery Apartments.I sarted walking at the Story bridge, under the bridge and then on the boardwalk over the water. The Boardwalk has a cycle track as well as a pedestrian track, and there were many joggers and cyclists using the walk. The boardwalk finished here, butContinue reading “Riverview Boardwalk Brisbane”

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