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My WeekendNotes - 332 - Page 5
Every time I drive down Logan Road through Mount Gravatt Central, I notice something new. Hallowed Grounds Espres... [more]
Captain Burke Park, located underneath the Story Bridge at Kangaroo Point, is a lovely park with a nautical-themed playg... [more]
UrsaLady Creations is one of the newer tenants in the Stones Corner shopping precinct. I eyed this store back in Decembe... [more]
Restaurants with views are often wonderfully romantic, and Brisbane has no shortage of these. There are numerous res... [more]
If you are bored with Hollywood's same old action blockbusters and romantic comedies, or if you have a short attention s... [more]
09/02/2012 - 11/02/2012
The World Theatre Festival is an around the world trip, featuring peculiar and sometimes erratic live theatre performanc... [more]
16/02/2012 - 26/02/2012
Artist Elizabeth Woods has transformed the Tuckeroo trees along Grey Street in South Bank with bright, bold colours. ... [more]
Clown Mosaic at South Bank Parklands... [more]
Valentine's Day is the most romantic day of the year, so it is no wonder it is also one of the most popular days of ... [more]
Having previously enjoyed the vista from the top of Kangaroo Point Cliffs, we decided a Sunday stroll along the base of ... [more]
Given a choice between McDonalds and Grill'd, my kids will choose Grill'd every time. They love the Mini Me Packs, e... [more]
If you are heading to the Eumundi Markets, leave a lasting impression literally. The Paving Project @ Eumundi Mark... [more]
24/01/2012 - 29/02/2012
The High / Perpetual Xmas, No Abstractions sits ouside The Gallery of Modern Art. This 10 metre high art work, by Gol... [more]
Zarraffa's Coffee looks like just another coffee franchise, but unlike some that shall remain nameless, it is proudly Au... [more]
If you have an interest in photography and the environment, then this is for you. Green Cross Australia, an affili... [more]
19/01/2012 - 22/01/2012
We paid our first visit to the South Bank Cultural Centre during school holidays. My eight year old exclaimed ... [more]
Australia Day and Triple J's Hottest 100 go hand in hand. Whether you are spending the day with family or friends, ... [more]
26/01/2012
Located inside the Gallery of Modern Art is the Children's Art Centre, the perfect place to introduce young one... [more]
26/11/2011 - 11/03/2012
Another colourful and creative Artforce traffic signal box located outside Greenslopes Mall.... [more]
The week of January 16th to 21st is the final week of QPAC's free school holiday program - Fairy Tales and Fantasy Art a... [more]
16/01/2012 - 21/01/2012
It was a sensational Saturday so we decided to take a drive to Redcliffe and check out Settlement Cove Lagoon. I had he... [more]
Summer has finally arrived in Brisbane. And with it, sunshiny days and scorching temperatures. Now is the perfect time t... [more]
Movie World is probably my least favourite theme park on the Gold Coast. Perhaps it was the relentless queues and heat,... [more]
With one world down (Sea World) and two to go, we decided to take advantage of Queensland's gorgeous summer weather and ... [more]
What better way to spend Australia Day than at Aussie World and the iconic Ettamogah Pub, on the Sunshine Coast. This f... [more]
26/01/2012
Can you keep a Secret? Well, that depends on the secret. And in this case, the answer is no. After driving past the... [more]
Brisbane City Council hosts a number of multi-cultural festivals throughout the year, including Dipawali, Fiesta Latina ... [more]
20/01/2012 - 22/01/2012
January 26, 2012 will be extra special for me this year; my first Australia Day as an Australian Citizen, having... [more]
26/01/2012
Groovy painted traffic signal box at the corner of Ridge Street and Logan Road in Greenslopes. If you see yourself as... [more]
Yarnbombing, guerilla knitting, or graffiti knitting is a type of street art using brightly coloured knitted or crochete... [more]
Our last planned outing to the Eumundi Market did not go so well; considering it was Sunday and the market is on Saturda... [more]
16/12/2011 - 13/01/2012
I really like Stones Corner. I never knew it in its former glory as an outlet shopping mecca; before the majority of ret... [more]
Every year children all over the world look forward to a visiting Santa. It is a chance to request a special toy for Chr... [more]
08/12/2011 - 24/12/2011
Step right up, the circus is in town. Christmas Tights, featuring some of Australia's leading circus performers, will e... [more]
19/12/2011 - 21/12/2011
My favourite thing to do on the school holidays is taking the kids to see a movie. There is always one or two kid's mov... [more]
08/12/2011 - 23/01/2012
Chanukah, the Jewish Festival of Lights, celebrates the triumph of good over evil. It begins on the twenty-fifth day of... [more]
20/12/2011
Australians have a love affair with seafood; enjoyed all year round but especially on the holidays such as Easter and Ch... [more]
Queen Street Mall will come alive the week before Christmas with a festive, fun, family event - The Myer Christmas Parad... [more]
16/12/2011 - 23/12/2011
Christmas wouldn't be complete without a trip to see Santa; watching their children's faces light up is a parents' pleas... [more]
05/11/2011 - 24/12/2011
Brisbane's solar-powered Christmas tree in King George Square; standing 20 metres high and decorated with over 16,000 li... [more]
02/12/2011 - 29/12/2011
After seeing Santa switch the lights on Brisbane's Christmas tree in King George Square, we wandered down Queen Street M... [more]
04/11/2011 - 08/01/2012
The 4KQ Christmas Lights Competition is celebrating 25 years this season. Every year 4KQ holds a contest to see who has... [more]
07/12/2011 - 24/12/2011
With only so many shopping days left until Christmas, shopping centres will be chaotic. Why not take a day trip to the G... [more]
04/12/2011
Before we moved from Newcastle, we promised the kids that we would take them to the theme parks once we got settled in B... [more]
After much humming and hawing about what to do on Sunday, we finally decided to check out Jan Power's Farmers Market in ... [more]
First the cocktail made a comeback; thanks to Sex and the City and more recently, Mad Men. Now cocktail parties have be... [more]
New Years Eve is a chance to rejoice, reflect, and resolve. After a horrendous start to 2011, Brisbanites are looking ... [more]
31/12/2011
Belle Bazaar is back with a Twilight Christmas Market. With over 90 stalls over two levels, this is their biggest market... [more]
03/12/2011
Billycart Markets was created by a mother of three, Melanie Grace, who "grew tired of purchasing unoriginal, mass-produc... [more]
26/11/2011
Hibiscus Sports Complex is having a free open day from 12 pm to 3 pm on Saturday, November 26, 2011. If you have been th... [more]
26/11/2011
Hibiscus Sports Complex, run by Brisbane City Council, is an infinite fitness facility: gymnasium, squash centre, swimm... [more]
A wonderful way to spend a sweltering summer day is at the ice rink. Weird but wonderful. Weird because I grew up in Can... [more]
My eldest drives me crazy with her constant craving to create something. The Christmas Craft Studio at South Bank Parkla... [more]
10/12/2011 - 23/12/2011
My two year old daughter loves going to the coffee shop as much as she loves going to the park. In Newcastle, our local ... [more]
With one child at home and the school holidays quickly approaching, I was beginning to worry about how I was going to g... [more]
If you are a fan of CSI like I am, you are going to love CSI: The Experience, an interactive exhibition opening Decembe... [more]
02/12/2011 - 28/02/2012
Hola. Have you ever dreamed of travelling to exotic Mexico, Central America or South America? Brisbane's Latin America... [more]
19/11/2011
The tiny tyrants were hot and restless so we bundled everyone into the air-conditioned car for a Sunday drive. Having be... [more]
If I had a dollar for every book my eight year old read, I would be rich. If I had to buy said books, I would be broke. ... [more]
10/12/2011 - 22/01/2012
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