The view of Story Bridge from the Hotel I was staying in… The Story Bridge is a heritage-listed steel cantilever bridge spanning the Brisbane River that carries vehicular, bicycle and pedestrian traffic between the northern and the southern suburbs of Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. It is the longest cantilever bridge in Australia. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Story_Bridge You can now walk up to the Bridge and along the buildings which are nowContinue reading “Story Bridge Brisbane”
A beautiful church on the south side of Brisbane. I encountered it as I was walking up the street from South Melbourne Station and went in to see if it was open to the public. It was open as there was a memorial service at the time. The minster welcomed me and invited me toContinue reading “St Andrews Church Brisbane”
King George Square which is where Brisbane City Hall is located, has some historical Bronze statues depicting the history of Brisbane..here we see the Petrie Tableau and the Speakers Corner
The full Moon of May 18 is called the Flower Moon in America and the Blue Moon in UK and Australia..
Walk Brisbane River from West End to the Casino along the River Track, or travel by one of the Water Ferries
RSL Queensland will host more than 230 Remembrance Day services right across Queensland. 1918-2018. This service was at Brisbane Anzac Square
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The king tides occur when the Earth, Moon and Sun are aligned at perigee and perihelion, resulting in the largest tidal range seen over the course of a year.
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”
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”