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My WeekendNotes - 737
The South East Queensland region has a lot of hikes, but often the casual hiker with some level of fitness is looking ... [more]
Mulgumpin or as it used to be known, Moreton Island, is a popular destination that is actually part of Brisbane. One way... [more]
While East is East and West is West, it turns out that often the twain do meet, as they will in the East Meets West Orch... [more]
13/07/2022 - 17/11/2022
Whale watching season is here and one of the interesting options is the Tangalooma Island Resort Whale Watching Day Crui... [more]
Most people heading off on a road trip around South East Queensland are likely to want to stop off in at least one cou... [more]
Electricity prices are rising and will go up in Australia in July but most people will see it in their next electricity ... [more]
50 kms north of Brisbane is the lovely little town of Dayboro. While it is not somewhere people are going to make a spec... [more]
Rathdowney is a little town in South East Queensland's Scenic Rim Area and it isn't really on the way to anywhere other ... [more]
Following back to back sold-out events against the ongoing pandemic in 2021, the breathtaking fusion of electronic dance... [more]
17/06/2022 - 29/10/2022
At the time of writing this, Australia, and the rest of the world, is experiencing high levels of inflation and other co... [more]
Kurtosh has opened in the West Village in West End, bringing great pastries, cakes and of course the Kürtőskalács c... [more]
The Morning Masterworks series by the Queensland Symphony Orchestra is your chance to see some of the great classical co... [more]
20/05/2022 - 15/10/2022
Billed as Morning Masterworks, these concerts are actually on Friday in the middle of the day as well as Saturday aftern... [more]
20/05/2022 - 21/05/2022
On May 28, the Brisbane Philharmonic Orchestra brings Synthony to the Riverstage. This concert takes some of the best el... [more]
Crystalbrook Hotels has teamed up with Kiff & Culture bus tours to organise a foodies tour that goes from Brisbane or th... [more]
Husk Distillery is the home of the famous Ink Gin and agricole rum which is distilled directly from sugar cane instead o... [more]
Located in a shed overlooking a restored rainforest and a plantation, the Cape Byron Distillery is one of the destinatio... [more]
Stone & Wood has gone from a small brewery in 2008 to a company that recently sold for $500 million. It has done this th... [more]
Not far across the border from the Gold Coast in Tweed Heads, Tropical Fruit World is one of those unique attractions th... [more]
Crystalbrook Vincent is a hotel located conveniently for the party and nightlife minded traveller, right behind the Howa... [more]
There are lots of places to dine at the Howard Smith Wharves but for many people, their favourite is the Stanley 'Chines... [more]
With tours going from and to locations in Brisbane, Gold Coast and the Hinterland as well as Northern NSW and Byron Bay,... [more]
Food can vary in price, and a lot of higher-priced food is a combination of better ingredients, careful development of t... [more]
This popular Byron Bay destination, The Farm, is a collection of micro-businesses working together on a common goal of s... [more]
The popularity of Byron Bay as a destination has seen the growth of resort-style hotels around the town. One worth visit... [more]
Karkalla is one of the names of a native Australian edible succulent as well as a restaurant in Byron Bay that features ... [more]
Mountain Bliss in Stones Corner serves Nepalese and modern cuisine, offering the adventurous something new, different an... [more]
Australia is home to rainforests so ancient that they existed before Australia split from the Gondwanaland supercontinen... [more]
Located on Montague Road in South Brisbane, there is a bar featuring live music that is out of the way, so It's Still A ... [more]
Lying only 3 hours drive over the Great Dividing Range from Brisbane, Stanthorpe and the surrounding Granite Belt Region... [more]
The beauty of Australia's multicultural society is the variety of foods available here. One cuisine that is growing in p... [more]
There are lots of places to camp in South East Queensland. I have a preference for campgrounds within national parks... [more]
Thanks to recent work by Queensland National Parks, these once-secret hiking destinations now have signposted paths. Wal... [more]
Rathdowney is a little town with a population of around 300 people that is not really on the way to anywhere. But if you... [more]
Brisbane Collective Menajerie has released their first single 'Time', and I was lucky enough to see this exciting and po... [more]
South East Queensland is full of nature reserves and great National Parks. It includes rainforests that have been around... [more]
Featuring funk and neo-soul, Menajerie is a Brisbane-based music collective that is launching their new single "Time" th... [more]
Devonshire Tea, or to give it its proper and more general name, Cream Tea, is a combination of milk tea, scones, jam and... [more]
The Goomburra Section of the Main Range National Park tends to be a less visited area, but one with a lot of attractions... [more]
Finding a Filipino restaurant in Brisbane is not always easy. Kubo's in Coorparoo and the Gold Coast, serves high-qualit... [more]
Stanthorpe and the surrounding Granite Belt Area is home to many talented artists and craftspeople. For 3 days in Octobe... [more]
29/10/2021 - 31/10/2021
When visiting a country town, it is often great to be guided by someone with local knowledge. Wild Cat Tracks operates s... [more]
The Stanthorpe region has a lot of interesting and quirky accommodation. If you are looking for your own private locatio... [more]
Using an old fashioned hand-operated circular knitting machine, Crank'd makes handmade socks in bright colours. While th... [more]
Set on 33 acres that back onto the Severn River, Sabo's, run by Lizzie and Joe Sabo, has 4 self-contained units as well ... [more]
Stanthorpe is a great town and the heart of the Granite Belt and well worth a visit. Even better, you can get a great vi... [more]
Amiens is a locality just outside of Stanthorpe. The main reason to visit this area is the Amien Legacy Centre, which co... [more]
Country towns have quite a lot to see and do. For people visiting Stanthorpe and who love a scenic walk, there is a 5.5 ... [more]
Stanthorpe and the Granite Belt are known as great wine-growing country. One stand out winery among many is Heritage Est... [more]
The Nicoletti family has been growing apples since the 1950s, and you can learn more about apple farming or pick up some... [more]
Stanthorpe's Regional Art Gallery definitely punches above its weight as one of the best regional galleries in Queenslan... [more]
The Stanthorpe Pottery Club is a place for people to come together to learn and build their skills in creating beautiful... [more]
After a COVID induced hiatus, the Queensland Shakespeare Ensemble's Shakespeare in the park is back for 2021 with Romeo ... [more]
26/08/2021 - 05/09/2021
Stanthorpe is the beating heart of Southern Queensland's Granite Belt. It is also attracting a lot of artistic people an... [more]
Whether you are excited, angry or just indifferent, you will be wondering what it will mean for the river city now that ... [more]
If you find yourself in the heart of Stanthorpe, and you are looking for a nice country lunch and you don't fancy a pub ... [more]
Built in the 19th century and recently restored and opened to the public to stay, Braeside Homestead, set in beautiful g... [more]
The always popular Queensland Shakespeare Ensemble is back performing Shakespeare in the park in 2022. This year, they a... [more]
26/08/2021 - 05/09/2021
COVID-19 vaccines have been around for a while, but Australia's vaccine rollout has been slow due to supply issues. With... [more]
Lakes are great. You can swim in them, boat on them, catch fish in them, hike around them, and camp or picnic beside... [more]
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