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My WeekendNotes - 331 - Page 3
Spring has sprung, and all the green thumbs are cranking up their gardening skills. Many will visit the Brisbane Intern... [more]
06/10/2016 - 09/10/2016
When I travel, I seek out accommodation that is a little out of the ordinary! I have stayed in some strange and quirky ... [more]
Community Choirs are becoming more popular throughout Australia – with many local groups commencing. There are also maj... [more]
Anyone interested in Whales should head to The Killer Whale Museum at Eden, on the south coast of New South Wales. This... [more]
No, the great city of Adelaide is not in danger, but a project to save the "City of Adelaide" Clipper would appreciate f... [more]
When I travel, I look for accommodation that is a little out of the ordinary. When in Launceston, Tasmania recently, I ... [more]
Anyone wishing to create a blog or a website, either for a business or not-for-profit organisation, will learn much by a... [more]
The Dubbo Regional Botanic Garden is young by botanical garden standards, with development commencing as recent as 1999.... [more]
It had been on my bucket list for years! We have passed through Dubbo on our way to family visits in Melbourne or Adel... [more]
While driving around 400 kms a day on my own, I take the time to call in at Visitor Information Centres and other ... [more]
A visit to the Tamar Valley Wetlands is very educational and can be rather fun identifying some of the wildlife around t... [more]
Did you know that cotton seed was first brought to Australia by the First Fleet in1788? And that the first shipment from... [more]
While staying in Dubbo, I surveyed the various flyers and brochures at the motel and came across one that interested me.... [more]
Goondiwindi, on the Macintyre River, on the border of Queensland and New South Walkes has a wonderful history – but bei... [more]
There is so much to see in Dayboro - a historic timber town just out of Brisbane. You can (and should) spend a day ther... [more]
In the old Dayboro Butter Factory, there are a few fascinating shops and one is the Dayboro Lolly Lovers Shop, which off... [more]
Old things are fascinating and popular with many folks. At Britannia Antiques on Bribie Island, you will find lots to t... [more]
If you are looking for Jig Saw Puzzles, Games, Toys, and more, a visit to Who's on First at Bongaree, Bribie Island is w... [more]
The BANG group at Beachmere has received a grant from the Moreton Bay Regional Council for an Art Exhibition at Beachme... [more]
03/08/2016 - 07/08/2016
It's on again this year. The cold of winter in Warwick does not deter the enthusiastic following of the Jumpers and Jaz... [more]
21/07/2016 - 31/07/2016
Mark November 20th in your calendar for that is the day the Moreton Bay Multicultural Fiesta will be held. (You may rem... [more]
At a recent visit to Dayboro I came across a new cafe (opened in January), and judging by what I saw, they have a 'Grate... [more]
If you want to wow your friends with a magic garden, go to Dayboro and Entangle. It is a place of wander and where you ... [more]
Have you been to Dayboro lately? It is just a short drive from the Brisbane area from almost anywhere in Brisbane. If ... [more]
To start with, perhaps you wish to know what Joyology is? It is a word that I had not heard until recently, and I guess... [more]
Are you a writer? Do you belong to a Writers' Group? Looking to network with folk within the writing community? Are y... [more]
You'll have to be quick to book for the event next week (July 15 -17) being organised by The Urban Hippie. How w... [more]
15/07/2016 - 17/07/2016
If you like a great display of Arts and Crafts, and like to buy them, you can visit Hay Cottage, in William St, Dayboro.... [more]
It's just under an hour from Brisbane and less from the northern suburbs, the town of Dayboro is a bustling place with a... [more]
Paten Park Native Nursery at The Gap, is a community nursery, created in 2015 – but there was a nursery there for 26 yea... [more]
Have some fun with friends, see the new winter/spring fashions from Wishing Wells Fashion Boutique, and help raise funds... [more]
On Saturday July 30th, In-House Publishing will be hosting the third of their annual Author's Day events at their office... [more]
Do you know about The Edge? "Conceived as a model for the library of the future, The Edge, launched by State Librar... [more]
We have an amazing array of birds living in and around Brisbane. Would you recognise them all? You will learn mor... [more]
What a great idea! Not only can you get rid of some of your collection of plastic shopping bags, but some of the weeds i... [more]
This year Planet Ark will be celebrating twenty years of National Tree Day and Schools Tree Day - Australia's largest co... [more]
Big, red, juicy strawberries, grown in Queensland are back on the shelves and the pickers are busy harvesting a wonderfu... [more]
01/06/2016 - 15/10/2016
I visited Ireland a few years ago and find visiting one of the Irish-style taverns brings back great memories, though I ... [more]
It is such a beautiful area to explore, and I had no idea it was so close to Brisbane. I'd not been there before, but o... [more]
I have written before about the delightful Greek property on Bribie Island and now I am pleased to tell everyone about t... [more]
Bees - they sting don't they? No, not all. There are some eleven species of stingless bees that call Australia home - ... [more]
The West Toowong Bowls Club hosted an afternoon of Jazz with the band The Den Collective in May, and it was such a succe... [more]
If you enjoy flute music, the inaugural Unbound Flute Festival, in Brisbane on July 1st to 3rd will be the place to be.... [more]
01/07/2016 - 03/07/2016
St Laurence's College at South Brisbane is holding the 5th Jazz on the Hill in October – so make a note in your diary no... [more]
I like to get out into the country. It is much more interesting than cities and suburbs! To see where our vegetables a... [more]
I enjoy a walk around any town - windowshoping, exploring. This time it was Laidley, I started at one end of the main ... [more]
Do you want to see Border Collies? Those cute and cuddly black, brown and white dogs? There is a chance to see many at... [more]
17/06/2016 - 19/06/2016
I have been visiting Eden Gardens at Carseldine for many years – and these days I find it a pleasant spot to call in on ... [more]
Driving into Laidley on the Laidley-Plainlands Road, you will drive past an interesting place – a collection of old farm... [more]
Laidley is a quaint town just over an hour's drive from Brisbane not far from the Warrego Highway. It was first explore... [more]
Black History Month commenced in 2008, after consultations with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community groups i... [more]
21/07/2016 - 22/07/2016
Seaclusion Cafe is a popular spot on the waterfront at Sylvan Beach, Bribie Island. It's a well supported venue for go... [more]
Cacti and succulents come in all shapes and sizes and many will be on show at the Cactus and Succulent Society Show at t... [more]
11/06/2016 - 12/06/2016
It surprises me that some folk don't know about the best jazz venue in Brisbane. It is none other than the Brisbane Jaz... [more]
Do you enjoy Scottish music or dancing? Well, if you do, this is for you. Join other fans of dancing at the monthly Ce... [more]
Gem Fest at Caboolture will be on Saturday July 16th, at the Caboolture Historical Village. It is an annual event that ... [more]
There is a home, Royal Seed Orphanage, in West Ghana, where there are more than 150 orphaned or abandoned children needi... [more]
If you love cats, the 2016 National Cat Show will be the place to see 350 pedigreed and companion cats, which will be ju... [more]
11/06/2016 - 12/06/2016
Brisbane has a very enthusiastic community of jazz fans, with our very own Jazz Club close to the Story Bridge on the Br... [more]
02/06/2016 - 11/06/2016
Pioneer Road, Yandina is home to some very interesting places for tourists to visit – The Ginger Factory, The Pioneer Co... [more]
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