I went to see the Gala Performance of Queensland Ballet at QPAC at Southbank. The trains were on strike, so I went on the buses and it took 3 hours to get to QPAC for the show. Southbank was very beautiful and I walked down the path to where the Wheel was, and QPAC wasContinue reading “Southbank to see the Ballet”
Rainbow Beach is a coastal rural town and locality in the Gympie Region, Queensland, Australia. In the 2016 census, Rainbow Beach had a population of 1,249 people. It is a popular tourist destination, both in its own right and as a gateway to Fraser Island. When I go to Rainbow Beach I usually stay atContinue reading “Rainbow Beach…Inskip”
We stopped at Montville, and had a cake at the café with a view over the mountains Montville is a charming little town with beautiful shops and a quaint appeal. Charming shops with friendly traders edge the street with pretty parklands along the side and beautiful shady trees. We walked up the street to theContinue reading “Montville..Maleny Lookout”
Mooloolaba is a coastal suburb of Maroochydore in the Sunshine Coast Region, Queensland, Australia. It is located 97 kilometres north of the state capital, Brisbane, and is part of the Maroochydore urban centre. We went to Mooloolaba for a swim and to have lunch on the beach.
I went to the Information Centre at Tarooma asking where to camp and was told to visit Possum Pak at Miles. It was actually a few kms before Miles as I drove along and Possum Park was certainly a delight. My first impression was a wonderful garden in the dry country and meeting the friendlyContinue reading “Possum Park Miles Queensland”
Russell Island in Redland City is the biggest of the Southern Moreton Bay Islands, situated between the mainland and North Stradbroke Island. The island is eight kilometres long (north-to-south) and nearly three kilometres wide. The channel separating it from the mainland is known as Main Channel and the channel separating it from North Stradbroke Island is known as CanaipaContinue reading “Ooncooncoon Bay Russell Island”
GOLD DISCOVERIES IN QUEENSLAND http://raregoldnuggets.com/?p=529 Gold was first discovered at Lord John Swamp at the Lucky Valley Goldfield, in the vicinity of Warwick Township, in 1852. Payable gold in Queensland was initially discovered by W. C. Capel and party at the locality of Canoona in 1858. In 1863, alluvial gold was found at Canal Creek,Continue reading “Rich Goldfields of Queensland”
Just 2km by 1km, it’s easy to get around this peaceful little island. The second smallest of the Southern Islands, it has a swimming enclosure and all the peace and quiet you want, particularly as it is virtually traffic-free. You can meet the locals at the recreation clubhouse. There’s also a community hall, public tennis court and a first-aid facility.
If you’re into boating and fishing, or enjoy solitude and the natural environment, this is the place for you. It is separated from the much larger Macleay Island by narrow Lucas Passage.
Red sky at night, a shepherd delight…Tonight’s sunset was an amazing display of color and colors..