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Tracey is an experienced freelance writer who enjoys testing out most of the activities she writes about. A regular contributor to a variety of publications (including international publications), Tracey is never happier than when she's knee deep in research.

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My WeekendNotes - 66
The beachside city of Redcliffe has over 20 kilometres of bikeways and paths for you to get out and explore. Starting a... [more]
Brisbane is well known for its meandering river which cuts a swathe through the city separating the CBD from the more re... [more]
Should auld acquaintance be forgot And never brought to mind? Should auld acquaintance be forgot, And auld lang syne!... [more]
Fed up of the long run to nowhere on the treadmill? Need to re-energize and re-inspire your fitness routine? Checked o... [more]
Jingle bells will deck the halls of Riverstage and joy will be brought to the world (possibly while some shepherds watch... [more]
Boats have played a crucial role in Australian history, the First Fleet arrived by boat, the navy has defended the shore... [more]
Take advantage of Brisbane's glorious weather and use pedal power to see the city sights. City Cycle, the bike hire sch... [more]
Sun, surf and sand – the ingredients of a typical Aussie summer day; add serious exertion and sweat to the recipe and yo... [more]
By night Brisbane is a different animal – the hustle and bustle leaves and the city breathes a sigh of relief as if almo... [more]
Witches, warlocks, wizards and black cats will be out in force at the Manly Harbour Village Halloween Street Party on Sa... [more]
They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old; Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn. At the going d... [more]
It's pretty standard to see people running, swimming or cycling on any given weekend at Noosa. But seeing someone do al... [more]
Jazz isn't the first word associated with politics but on Friday 15 October, Parliament House will chill out with Jazz o... [more]
Lapidary is the art of turning rough gems and other minerals into decorative pieces including carvings, paperweights and... [more]
Bavaria comes to Brisbane for two weekends with beer, schweinshaxen, sauerkraut, lebkuchenerzen and the Bavarian Strongm... [more]
Wishing for a Thai holiday but don't have the money or time right now? Then get your Thai fix at the Thai Culture and F... [more]
A trench on a battlefield occupied by enemy soldiers; attempts to re-occupy the trench are beaten down with soldiers kil... [more]
Samford is arguably one of the prettiest locations in Brisbane. The region dates back to 1855 and has a rich history in... [more]
Hear Ye Hear Ye Hear Ye! The annual celebration of European settlement at Redcliffe is due to take place on the weekend... [more]
What does Mt Panorama, Bathurst and Mt Coot-tha Brisbane have in common? Answers: (a) they're both mountains; (b) t... [more]
Held at Woodford over the weekend of 11 – 14 June, The Dreaming Festival, is a 3 day and 4 night celebration of Indigeno... [more]
Art, fashion, food, music, shopping and sustainability come together at the Green Earth Festival on Saturday 13 March at... [more]
Imagine spending your lunch hour shopping in Queen Street and then jumping on a tram back to the office – seem like a pl... [more]
Nestling in the south-west of the Sunshine State is 4,250 km2 of outstanding natural beauty and a home to everything fro... [more]
Home to koalas, kangaroos, lorrikeets, snakes and lizards, Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary in Fig Tree Pocket offers a wonderf... [more]
On 6th September 1859, Brisbane was officially declared a separate city to our southern rival, Sydney. On Sunday 6th Se... [more]
Caboolture River Road Heritage Drive is a meandering track through Caboolture's early settlement. In the late 1800s whe... [more]
Think Moreton Bay is the only place in Brisbane where you can enjoy a spot of sailing, pleasure cruising, speed boat rac... [more]
Combining arts, music, food, lifestyle and nature, the Festival of the Walks is a 2 week long celebration of the Sunshin... [more]
Home to a collection of antiquities from around the world and well known for its annual Abbey Medieval Festival, the Abb... [more]
A hush descends over the crowd as they strain to hear the noise of wheels turning on a grassy hill. It's time for zero ... [more]
Over 190 species of birds, including Spangled Drongos, flock to Boondall Wetlands to enjoy the mangroves, marshes and me... [more]
Ramble through the rainforests at Mt Coot-tha Botanical Gardens. Situated on the western outskirts of the city, Mt Coot... [more]
Looking for unique homewares, art or fashion? Seeking farm fresh produce or health and wellbeing services? Looking for... [more]
Interested in being a pilot? Try a cockpit on for size at the Caboolture Warplane Museum. Situated north of Brisbane, ... [more]
Do you have a green thumb or does everything you touch in the garden turn to dust? Either way, the ABC Gardening Expo h... [more]
16/04/2010 - 18/04/2010
Enjoy breakfast on the Goodwill Bridge as the start of RiverSunday on Sunday 13 September. RiverSunday will celebrate t... [more]
Something fishy is going on in Paddington on Sunday 2 May 2010 and no, it's nothing criminal but rather the famous Caxto... [more]
Noosa is more than the dining and shopping experience of Hastings Street. The Noosa Everglades are home to a variety of... [more]
Brisbane is home to many fine pieces of art from the scrap metal kangaroos lounging on George Street to Pablo Picasso's ... [more]
Featuring homegrown and international talent, the Brisbane Jazz Festival is a six day adventure through improvisation an... [more]
Science, engineering and mathematics – boring subjects and not something you want to waste your weekend with – right? W... [more]
Run, run, run, as fast as you can - you can't catch me, I'm the Gingerbread Man goes the children's nursery rhyme. At t... [more]
Take a peek inside Brisbane's power base and historically significant building, Brisbane City Hall, with a guided tour. ... [more]
Petrol may not make the nicest sauce to go over nice fresh prawns but in order to enjoy the 35 kilometres of the Seafood... [more]
Just under an hour north of Brisbane, the Caboolture Historical Village is set on 12 acres and is home to over 70 buildi... [more]
Is fashion art? By hosting the exclusive to Brisbane, Valentino, Retrospective: Past/Present/Future, the Gallery of Mod... [more]
The Brisbane River is the heart of the city of Brisbane and Riverwalk celebrates the river's uniqueness by offering more... [more]
Want to see Homer Simpson at your next party or maybe you'd prefer to invite an alien, pirate or Marilyn Monroe. Any of... [more]
Stingrays, sharks and seals are just some of the creatures which make their home at Underwater World, Mooloolaba. Divid... [more]
What do strawberries, sideshow alley and Scared Weird Little Guys have in common? As well as starting with the letter "... [more]
As Ipswich celebrates its 150th Anniversary, the Ipswich Festival celebrates all things great about Brisbane's western n... [more]
15/04/2010 - 25/04/2010
There is a treasure trove of history hidden on Brisbane's streets and you can discover it on the Colonial Brisbane Herit... [more]
A mere 12 kilometres from Brisbane, approximately 35,000 hectares of protected bushland is waiting to be discovered. Br... [more]
Chocolate, candles, flowers and romance – hallmarks of Valentine's Day, the celebration of love and lovers. Looking for... [more]
Nestled in an idyllic rural location but just 35 minutes from Brisbane's CBD, Old Petrie Town gives you the chance to sh... [more]
Pumicestone Passage, which separates Bribie Island from the mainland, is an hour north of Brisbane and full of natural i... [more]
From convict ruins to a modern day café society, the Redcliffe Museum documents the history of the First Settlement City... [more]
Escaping the rat race for a day just got easier – an oasis of natural delight the internationally recognized Boondall We... [more]
Using only the power of the wind, a variety of creatures will soar, swoop and glide over the skies of Redcliffe on the w... [more]
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