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Traffic Signal Box Masterpieces – Quirky Brisbane

Brisbane is a great walking city. There are plenty of pedestrian zones and bridges, parklands and river walks. At some point though, you’ll need to cross at a traffic light. While you’re waiting, make sure you take a closer look at the traffic signal box. Chances are, it’s a mini masterpiece. Drive Through Art Gallery… >> Read more

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A-Z Guidebook: Victoria Bridge Abutment, Brisbane

Welcome to the A-Z Guidebook Link Up. If you would like to join, read the A-Z Guidebook tab at the top of the blog and write a travel post relating to the letter of the month. *Hello readers and contributors. As you read this, I am celebrating a significant birthday in New Orleans. Huzzah! This… >> Read more

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Through The Barricades – #Gin20 Cocktail

I returned from a holiday in the US to sniffer dogs, soaring temperatures and a city in lockdown. The G20 is on this weekend in Brisbane, which means lots of fences and checkpoints, a massive police presence, disrupted public transport and an opportunity for the British PM to show up Australia’s Prime Minister by Acknowledging Country in… >> Read more

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Brisbane – 10 Things To Do for FREE!

I’ve lived in Brisbane nearly all of my life and I love it. The subtropical climate suits me, as does the pace of life. People often refer to Brisbane as a big country town but I’d suggest that those people haven’t visited Brisbane in a very long time. With over 2 million residents, Brisbane is… >> Read more

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