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My WeekendNotes - 330 - Page 4
If you love your coffee, you must visit the Pioneer Coffee Roastery at Yandina. It's a great place with a lot of person... [more]
Cake decorating is a popular craft – my mother learned many years ago, and I know, if she was still with us, she would b... [more]
Nutworks is one of the tourist places in Pioneer Road in Yandina, just off the motorway, that is well worth a visit. Nut... [more]
The Urban Hippie? I was not sure what to expect when I set out to meet the lady who gives her business this title. Whe... [more]
Do you need to create a website for your business or not-for-profit group? Do you want to learn the skills so that you ... [more]
Beachmere Bakery is popular with locals and visitors alike. There are two shops – one at Beachmere which has seating so... [more]
Interested in a bit of history? Interested in learning how steam engines work? Interested in smoke box cooking? This ... [more]
04/06/2016 - 05/06/2016
Petrie, just north of Brisbane is where you will find Old Petrie Town – a complex on the Dayboro Road, at Kurwongbah – ... [more]
Have you ever tried soap made with the soap of goats? Ye Olde Soap Shop sells a wide range of products made from the mil... [more]
What a great opportunity to view and purchase top quality artworks! It is at the Auditorium, Mt. Coot-tha Botanical Gard... [more]
16/06/2016 - 19/06/2016
If you like Jazz, head on over to the West Toowong Bowls Club, Bywong Street, Toowong on Sunday afternoon, May 29th, bec... [more]
It is possibly one of the smallest museums you could visit, but the little building at Blackbutt, proudly boasts a museu... [more]
Really, the St Baker Studio and Gallery has much more than tea towels. Always on display is a range of artworks f... [more]
What an amazing spot on the Redcliffe Peninsula!!! I wonder how many folk have driven along the Marine Parade and not ... [more]
Moore is a tiny town on the D'Aguilar Highway and is popular for travellers along the highway for its cafes which provid... [more]
Learn How You Can Change Your Secret Thoughts to Attract Vibrant Health and Abundance! 10 am to 11.30 am A FREE Co... [more]
The Eclectica Exhibition is on at the Bribie Art Centre Gallery from 17th May to 1st June, featuring contemporary art by... [more]
17/05/2016 - 01/06/2016
What is "High Tea"? There's a rather long explanation here. It was an afternoon event for the English uppercrust, in e... [more]
It's incredibly popular not just with the locals but for those who travel along the highway through the tiny town of Moo... [more]
I am a great lover of many things purple or lilac, which includes flowers, especially lavender, so on a recent road trip... [more]
The Bribie Girls love to party on their wonderful island, and this is a chance to join them for a fun event. The Surf... [more]
Have you heard of the Big Sing? The Australian National Choral Association Big Sing started in 2001, with its first big... [more]
16/09/2016 - 18/09/2016
Author Helga Parl proudly presents her latest work at a Grand Launch, by Cr Nicole Johnson, at the Fairfield Library, Ba... [more]
Gardening is a great family activity with plenty to do for all the family. There's much more interest in growing herbs ... [more]
Did you know that across Queensland there are 128 Agricultural and Show Societies! Not all are big events on the Show ca... [more]
03/06/2016 - 05/06/2016
A Wine Master Class will be held at the Kingsley Grove Estate Winery, Kingaroy on May 8th, from 11 am to 2 pm. Wi... [more]
The Kingaroy Regional Art Gallery, in Haly Street Kingaroy, almost in the shadow of the peanut silos, offers monthly exh... [more]
Get your creative juices flowing at a Storytelling and Puppet-Making Workshop at Beachmere on Sunday May 8th. Join ... [more]
Pilpel By The Sea Restaurant at Sutton's Beach, Redcliffe is well known for its wonderful Middle Eastern food, and soon ... [more]
28/05/2016 - 29/05/2016
If you blink while driving between Nanango and Kingaroy, you may miss the little settlement of Coolabunia, but, if you a... [more]
The Kingaroy area is well known for its peanut and navy bean production but is now gaining popularity as a wine growing ... [more]
It's not only peanuts that are grown at Kingaroy in the South Burnett region of Queensland. It is also known as the N... [more]
I am a "history tragic" and as I travel around I seek out interesting historical places, and was pleased to find this pl... [more]
Several years ago I had an enjoyable weekend at this historic place just 18 kms from Kingaroy, and I recently returned t... [more]
Driving along the D'Aguilar Highway approaching the town of Nanango is a site that will entice you in: a strange little... [more]
It is not far from the northside of Brisbane to Winya Wines, which is a great venue for lunch with friends. It's just 4... [more]
There are a number of historic buildings in Yowie Park,Kilcoy including the former Kilcoy Courthouse, which is now an Ar... [more]
If you travel from Brisbane to the South Burnett area on the D'Aguilar Highway, or vice versa, you will most likely pass... [more]
It is being promoted as "the most amazing event to hit Redcliffe", or perhaps that is just one of the events, on Satur... [more]
The old Redcliffe Fire Station was built around 1948/49. It is a brick building, on around 1 acre on Oxley Avenue, Redcl... [more]
If you visit the row of shops on First Avenue, Bongaree, Bribie Island, you will find some interesting places. There are... [more]
Take Mum for afternoon tea and a performance of great music at The Bribie Island Arts Centre on May 7th, which is the da... [more]
It's promoted as "The Biggest Quilting Event on the Island!" Bribie Island that is. On Tuesday May 10th, from 10am t... [more]
Last year, on Melbourne Cup Day, Michelle Payne shocked the racing world when she won the Cup on Prince of Penzance, bec... [more]
I Googled to find out how many people use WordPress. It is a popular platform for websites and blogs around the world a... [more]
07/05/2016 - 08/05/2016
The little Sunshine Coast town of Cooroy showcases the Noosa Hinterland in an annual event, the Cooroy Fusion Festival w... [more]
Where can you go to learn new crafty skills, meet other like minded folk, and explore wonderful art? In Deagon, on the ... [more]
Cooroy is a thriving small town in the northern Sunshine Coast hinterland, just a few kilometres from the Bruce Highway,... [more]
There's a great weekend event at Caboolture on April 23rd and 24th at the Caboolture Airfield, Aerodrome Road, Cabooltur... [more]
23/04/2016 - 24/04/2016
In addition to the Panel Discussion in the Brisbane City Council Library on April 12th, there are more events for the Sa... [more]
15/04/2016 - 16/04/2016
If you like music from way back in the 1940's and Swing, you will have to go to the Swing Band Spectacular at the Cabool... [more]
You've probably seen the sign as you head north on the Bruce Highway – a sign to a Botanical Gardens at Tanawah. Perhap... [more]
Driving along the Old Gympie Road, through the Glass House Mountains, there is so much to see, and I nearly missed this ... [more]
Landsborough Museum has featured an exhibition that focused on the impact on the Sunshine Coast of World War I, through ... [more]
It's that time of year again – Mother's Day. Why not do something special for Mother this year and take her to a specia... [more]
Just north of Toowoomba, nestled in the outskirts of Highfields, is the Highfields Pioneer Village, which is open from 1... [more]
At least you don't have to climb a mountain to reach this special place! The Lookout Café is on the Glass House-Woodfor... [more]
Most of us have heard of Madame Tussaud's Waxworks – Museum's featuring life size wax sculptures of famous people. Mari... [more]
There's something special about this Lookout – with the drive through the amazing pine forests, up to the brilliant view... [more]
Over the past few years the Sandcliffe Writers Festival has been held in the Sandgate area, but this year in conjunction... [more]
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