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My WeekendNotes - 393
Have you ever been to a book launch? Normally they are staid affairs, listening to the author's journey through the tria... [more]
19/09/2021
It's Strawberry Season in Queensland and the fruit are ripening everywhere, sadly, due to a number of reasons - a great ... [more]
01/09/2021 - 31/10/2021
I have been to Dockside on many occasions and usually there is a big ship docked there and passengers coming and going. ... [more]
03/09/2021 - 25/09/2021
Could there be a better place for a fabulous seafood restaurant, but on the northern end of the Manly Boat Harbour? With... [more]
It's an all-day event at the Caboolture Historical Village on Saturday, September 4th, from 9 am to 4 pm. What a grea... [more]
04/09/2021
At long last, there is a movie theatre in Wynnum. We welcome the Majestic Cinemas! It is reported that Wynnum was the... [more]
A comment on a local Facebook page piqued my interest in a new venture in Bay Terrace, Wynnum. I went along to see for m... [more]
Just a short distance from the mouth of the Brisbane River sits St Helena Island Ė a place of interesting Queensland his... [more]
Elizabeth Heber was a resident of Beachmere, just east of Caboolture and for years, worked there creating amazing artwor... [more]
27/03/2021 - 28/03/2021
Heading north to Bundaberg, I planned to stop at Bamboo Land - it was on my 'to do list'. It was drizzling with rain bu... [more]
I'd never visited the Hummock Lookout in my previous visits to the area and the day I chose to go was not the best. Heav... [more]
I drove up to Bundaberg for a couple of days for a "getaway". It is many years since I stayed up that way, so I spent t... [more]
Once upon a time, the mouth of the Wynnum Creek was a hub of activity. Back in the 1920 s and 1930s, it was the base of... [more]
If you are in the Wynnum area and looking for a place for good coffee and food, why not drop into Monty's Place? This po... [more]
It's that time of the year, when many of us are still seeking something that fits in our budget for friends and family m... [more]
12/12/2020
Treerific you ask? Well, it is about "trees". Christmas Trees. Starting on Wednesday, December 9th and continuing to ... [more]
09/12/2020 - 15/12/2020
The Green Jam Sessions were a favourite haunt of mine before I absconded from Brisbane to do some travelling. I am thril... [more]
27/11/2020 - 11/12/2020
Well, it is certainly not as big as the Great Wall of China but this Great Wall in seaside Manly (Queensland) has a grea... [more]
Right on the Maroochy River, is a plane just waiting for you to step in, take off and see amazing views of the river and... [more]
Have you ever visited the National Australian Archives? Do you have family members you'd like to research? Other events ... [more]
I have visited before but a long time ago. Sadly, due to COVID-19, Miegunyah is currently closed but there are plans... [more]
It's not long now to the commencement of the Wynnum Fringe - a great opportunity to have a great lot of fun, be entertai... [more]
13/11/2020 - 15/11/2020
It's really not a secret, however, I suspect many folk have not stopped to explore the area. It's hidden from th... [more]
After being absent from the Wynnum area for nearly ten years, I am exploring the many places I "knew" and some that I ha... [more]
Right next door to Coffee Cups on Victoria is a great place to explore and purchase gifts, plants, and of course, flower... [more]
It's great to see cafes and coffee shops opening, albeit with some restrictions, as we see some things trying to return ... [more]
Now that there is a little relaxation of the lock-down rules it's time to get out and about. Yes, there are still limit... [more]
Why not join the festivities at the Caboolture Town Square on Saturday, February 1st, from 4 pm to 8 pm? And it is a FR... [more]
01/02/2020
It's off the beaten track, a short distance from Gympie. If you are heading up the M1 towards Gympie, and a few kilomet... [more]
I can't believe that I have lived in the area for nearly twelve months and never been in this discount store until yeste... [more]
I've seen it many times as I have driven along the esplanade at Shorncliffe, high above the sea. I've seen the pier but... [more]
Christmas is coming and the Redcliffe City Choir will be celebrating on Saturday December 7th at the Redcliffe Uniting C... [more]
07/12/2019
Do you send cards or letters to friends and family just before Christmas Day? I know many folk do not, but there is so... [more]
It's over 20 years since the building of Osprey House on the North Pine River at Griffin was started. It is now a wonde... [more]
Are you thinking of doing something fun for Halloween? Head out to Caboolture Historical Village for a wonderful night ... [more]
31/10/2019
There's a small interesting habitat for birds on a bend on Old Bay Road, which should be an interest for bird lovers and... [more]
If you are on a tight budget and want to take the children for a great day out, why not try Centenary Lakes at Cabooltur... [more]
With the creation of the Gateway Motorway through the northern suburbs of Brisbane, Nudgee Beach became a little isolate... [more]
I was staying a few days on the Gold Coast, and despite a busy schedule wanted to fit in a trip to the Hinterland, Sprin... [more]
The Annual Caboolure Gem Club's Gemfest is on this Saturday August 3th, 2019. It's at the Caboolture Historical Village... [more]
03/08/2019 - 06/07/2019
Are you interested in using WordPress for websites or blogging? Do you already use WordPress and would like to learn ... [more]
24/08/2019 - 25/08/2019
I had heard about the red cliffs at Scarborough and set out to find them. There's no sign about the cliffs there, (unle... [more]
It's bright and colourful, and you can miss it as you head north on Oxley Avenue, from the Woody Point Jetty. There are... [more]
It has been a long time since I have been down under the Gateway Bridges, on the Brisbane River, but I ventured there re... [more]
We have some wonderful Australian musical talent! Jonathon Henderson and Domenica Musumeci are touring South-East Queen... [more]
08/08/2019 - 18/08/2019
At the Redcliffe Museum, there is much to learn about the early history of the area, especially about the First Nati... [more]
Just around the corner from Redcliffe Parade, you'll find a genuine gem! The Red Poppy Art Collective opened in Februar... [more]
Across the road from the historic Belvedere Hotel in Woody Point is the beautiful little shop Natasha's Flowers and Home... [more]
There's a great event coming up for writers in the Moreton Bay Region. A Meet and Greet will be held at the Pine Rivers... [more]
10/08/2019
There are some exciting and very creative classes coming up at The Paper Empire in New Farm. Attend, and you will learn... [more]
July is the month to consider the plastic products that you use on a regular basis and how you can reduce the use of the... [more]
01/07/2019 - 31/07/2019
Mark it in your diary. This great event will be on Sunday 28th July at the Redcliffe Botanical Gardens, Henzell St, Red... [more]
28/07/2019
Do you wish to learn a bit more about the region you live in? Have you visited a Visitor Information Centre recently? ... [more]
I was driving past and saw The Paper Empire, and made a promise to myself to visit when my appointment was over. And I ... [more]
It was a quick trip just for coffee, which was great. My friend and I made a decision to go back when we have more time... [more]
Local quilters have submitted their work for a wonderful exhibition of red quilts, which are hung in the Redcliffe Art G... [more]
08/06/2019 - 03/08/2019
Just a short walk from the Esplanade at Redcliffe is the oddly named Humpybong Creek Duck Pond. It's a grate haven for ... [more]
I set out to visit the Old Fire Station Gallery on a Saturday afternoon to see what events were coming up and walked int... [more]
29/06/2019 - 28/07/2019
Reflections at Scarborough Boat Harbour June 2019 Photos of boats in still water are always appealing and it is easy ... [more]
With school holidays over the next few weeks, parents are looking for activities for the children that don't cost a fort... [more]
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