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My WeekendNotes - 348
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]
It's just 150 kms by road from Brisbane to Kenilworth, so to spend a day in the area, an early start is a good idea. It... [more]
It was a surprise to find Opals Down Under, right next to the Skin Thing, on my drive up north, at Glenview, just before... [more]
How many times have you driven north, past the Caloundra turn off, and seen the huge skins on display along the fence o... [more]
Along the Deception Bay Road, is a great place to explore the many plants that will look good in your garden. Welcome to... [more]
This quirky festival has been held annually since 2004 at Warwick in the last week of July. It's less than a 2 hour dri... [more]
18/07/2019 - 28/07/2019
I found this little gem some months ago, when I was visiting another business nearby, and as promised, I later returned ... [more]
Yes, it's true. Who would have thought that a musical about Menopause would be so popular? It was written by Jea... [more]
20/07/2019 - 21/07/2019
There is a new Meetup for bloggers this month at North Lakes. These are sponsored events so it is free to attend and l... [more]
18/06/2019
It's not a popular destination, but there is so much to see and do in Deception Bay, just north of Redcliffe right on Mo... [more]
Do you like dancing? Do you want to get into the groove? Well, there's great news for dance enthusiasts, especially... [more]
22/06/2019
There's a great new regular event at North Harbour, just off the Bruce Highway in the Burpengary area. It opened for the... [more]
The Redcliffe Writers Group gives writers an opportunity to talk about their recently published book or their writing jo... [more]
26/07/2019
Who remembers the excitement in Brisbane when EXPO 88 was held in South Bank? It was a wonderful time, with so much to ... [more]
28/10/2018
What a beautiful spot to enjoy great food and coffee! Overlooking the Spinnaker Sound Marina, you'll find Dock N Dine w... [more]
What a spectacular venue for a wedding. The Rotary Chapel, right on the Broadwater, started life as the chapel at the n... [more]
A great way to explore the Pumicestone Passage is on The Ferryman, which departs from Pacific Harbour on various cruise ... [more]
It was once an old livestock transport vehicle but is now a popular spot for coffee along the Bribie Island Road at Ning... [more]
I was walking along the road in Sandgate, and there, tucked away, I found the most amazing shop. It was Russell'... [more]
If you have driven along the Bribie Island Road, you may have noticed the Bribie Island Road Saddle Club or its sign abo... [more]
It is on Bribie Island of course, which is a popular weekend and holiday destination there is plenty to see and do, an... [more]
Do you like sitting with views out to sea, perhaps dining or sipping on a glass of wine, as you watch the activities on ... [more]
It seems a little out of place, a large medieval castle high on the hill at Bli Bli just north of Maroochydore, on the S... [more]
I spent two nights on the Sunshine Coast, where I stayed in the delightful Riverpark Motel, close to the Maroochy River.... [more]
It's just off the main north road, right on the edge of the North Pine River in the suburb of Griffin. I pass frequentl... [more]
It's almost time for the popular Bribie 'OPA' Greek Festival, so mark it in your diary and head off early on Sunday, Jul... [more]
01/07/2018
There are markets at Bribie Island almost every weekend. On the first, second and third Sundays there are great markets... [more]
Just a few weeks ago, there was a lot of publicity around some Expo 88 signs which had been living at Burpengary since t... [more]
I'm lucky I live near a huge strawberry growing region of Queensland. As I travel in the area, I watch the fields being... [more]
23/06/2018 - 30/09/2018
It was just over two years ago that I visited the home of Ray Archer, the founder of the Bribie Island Butterfly House, ... [more]
Many of us, I am sure, will remember the route up to the Sunshine Coast in years gone by, which weaved its way along wha... [more]
During World War II, Bribie Island was the front line in the effort to save Queensland/Australia from the enemy. A numbe... [more]
Have you heard of the Tambo Teddies? There's an interesting town, some 860 km north west of Brisbane, where Teddy Bears... [more]
There's a new Cheese Shop at Bardon, which is holding a Cheese and Wine Tasting Night on Thursday November 23th, at the ... [more]
23/11/2017
Where is Wamuran? It's a town on the D'Aguilar Highway around 15 kms from Caboolture. It's a town with a fascinating h... [more]
Would you like to make something with fabric in an Aboriginal design? I have several items made from such fabric - I lov... [more]
It's not a spot that you can visit for the weekend, but if you, like many Aussies and tourists from overseas, set off to... [more]
Jazz Australis Trio, a local group which has been performing together for over seventeen years, is the featured act in t... [more]
02/11/2017
There's a great event for children at the Caboolture Historical Village on Tuesday, October 31st to celebrate Halloween ... [more]
31/10/2017
Have you dreamed about publishing a book that you have written, or plan to write? If it seems daunting and you'd like t... [more]
21/10/2017
As a writer who has an interest in life story writing, I am looking forward to meeting with one of the world's most nota... [more]
15/10/2017
There's a great Festival on this coming Saturday July 1st, BAM, at Clayton Park, Moreton Tce, Beachmere. The Festival is... [more]
28/06/2017 - 01/07/2017
When you are down Sandgate/Shorncliffe way on the north side of Brisbane, exploring Cabbage Tree Creek, the beaches, the... [more]
The early history of Sandgate is very interesting. The suburb in its early days was known as Cabbage Tree Creek by the ... [more]
Sometimes when you are "lost" you find something that somehow you were meant to find! I was out North Lakes area, l... [more]
What would delight you more? Hearing a great Queensland Writer speak about her writing? Visiting an amazingly restored... [more]
08/07/2017
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