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I love hiking, travel, photography, art, and looking for peaceful places in a busy cityscape

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My WeekendNotes - 56
The idea of street libraries has taken hold in Australia with over 3,200 libraries and growing. Mind you, this number re... [more]
The inner-city suburb of West End is often described as eclectic, hip, and quirky. Known for its colourful characters an... [more]
What is so endearing about hole-in-the-wall coffee shops? Maybe it's the feeling of getting close up and personal with t... [more]
West End has a seemingly endless variety of eateries to delight the tastebuds. From cheap and cheerful to a bit more upm... [more]
If you thought charity op shops were closed on Sundays, you'd be pleasantly surprised to know that there are a few that ... [more]
Op shops have become the "go-to" place for cool or quirky retro and vintage outfits, accessories, and household bric-a-b... [more]
Have you ever wanted to pick up annoying litter but didn't want to touch that sticky plastic wrapper on the footpath? We... [more]
The 51st Anniversary of Fijian Independence from the British will be marked in Brisbane with a banquet dinner followed b... [more]
08/10/2021 - 09/10/2021
You will be forgiven for letting your curiosity run amok during Curiocity Brisbane, which will showcase fascinating tech... [more]
12/03/2021 - 28/03/2021
A brand new barbecue, picnic and function space has been opened at South Bank Parklands. The 6,800 square metre Rive... [more]
Gather a group of friends and book a free, exclusive group tour of the ANZAC Square Memorial Galleries. The one-hour tou... [more]
Once a wasted space, now a cool, leafy lounge with a kiosk bar called Kiki. Known as Town Square, this is the transforme... [more]
Moorhen Flats is a hidden 4-hectare native species haven in Coorparoo, only minutes from the centre of Brisbane. The... [more]
Rummage from 8am-4pm for vintage, vinyl and offbeat treasures at The Paladar South Brisbane or buy fresh produce from Th... [more]
St Paul's Anglican Church in Ashgrove is holding its annual bookfest on 6-7 November. On sale will be Christmas craft, p... [more]
06/11/2020 - 07/11/2020
The Metro Arts relocation from inner-city Edward Street across the river to Boundary Street represents a coup for West E... [more]
The Paladar is a wartime bomb shelter turned into a chilled cafe for lovers of coffee, books, and old vinyl. Its facade... [more]
Age-old bookbinding skills have so far been preserved and continue to attract a following despite the modern trend towar... [more]
Aside from bagging a bargain, the most compelling reason for shopping at Brisbane Vintage and Collectables (BVC) Op Shop... [more]
The Salvos Street Boutique store in Brisbane's Myer Centre is back in business after a few months of closure during the ... [more]
The Brisbane Distillery Company has recently re-launched in Jane Street, West End, showcasing its extended gin school an... [more]
The public sculptures of Christopher Trotter are imaginatively created out of metal scraps and discards with some pieces... [more]
A wonderful way to support charitable organisations is to spend a few dollars at thrift shops that help the most needy i... [more]
Thrift shoppers are usually pretty good at sniffing out the best op shops but you'd be forgiven if you've missed seeing ... [more]
If upcycling and DIY is part of your genetic makeup, Reverse Garbage Queensland (RGQ) in Woolloongabba should definitely... [more]
25/07/2020 - 01/08/2020
Bookshop 507 and Braille House will be hosting everyone from the Annerley Community Bookshop to a morning tea starting a... [more]
I realise that this is the second WeekendNotes article in as many months on historic Braille House in Annerley but there... [more]
Brisbane's biggest steel band festival will be held over three days from 20-22 September at the Rocklea Showgrounds. Th... [more]
20/09/2019 - 22/09/2019
"Floressence" is the annual exhibition of botanical art being organised by the Botanical Artists' Society of Queensland.... [more]
16/11/2019 - 26/11/2019
Bargain hunters can find several thrift shops around West End, but the most recent one to open (in July 2019) is run by ... [more]
Springtime is an exciting time of year bursting with garden colour and new growth. It's also the ideal time to see nativ... [more]
07/09/2019 - 08/09/2019
The gentle art of découpage is being brought back into the 21st century using salvaged paper and textiles. At a "sip and... [more]
If you've never done macrame before, fear not… with some basic instructions over a glass of vino (or something milder), ... [more]
Op shoppers, mark this in your diaries — Link Vision is holding its 6th annual op shop bonanza on Friday, 2 August. The... [more]
Herbs have been used for thousands of years to provide medicinal and healing purposes. Brewing herbs into a tea is an ea... [more]
As more people become aware of the nasty chemical ingredients in everyday toothpaste, shampoo, hair conditioner, deodora... [more]
11/07/2019 - 11/06/2019
If you want to follow the latest foodie trends, then you must add hemp to your shopping list. Not only is hemp sold lega... [more]
Have you ever wondered how cheese is made? And did you know you can make your own at home? You can learn the secrets of ... [more]
With some expert guidance, you can create a unique living sculpture to decorate your home or add to the garden. Melissa... [more]
Exquisite hand loomed sarees, stoles, and dupattas (long scarves) will be on display and sale at Kay Collections' "The E... [more]
21/06/2019 - 23/06/2019
My first venture into Marcia's on Montague was a sensory overload — and I mean that in a positive way. As I pushed open ... [more]
Exquisitely crafted Japanese kimonos, jackets and accessories can be found in a tiny retail outlet in Paddington's iconi... [more]
With just a slim window of opportunity to have a rummage at St Augustine's monthly two-hour jumble sale, it was with gre... [more]
When time and space are lacking but you yearn for a bit of greenery, a miniature Japanese garden may be the answer. With... [more]
The art of kokedama (a moss ball planter) involves wrapping the roots of a plant with soil and moss then binding it into... [more]
Mappins is a plant nursery and aquarium right under the noses of Brisbane's inner city dwellers. And I suspect that many... [more]
On the eve of Mother's Day, a cultural event to celebrate Fijian women will be launched in Brisbane. The inaugural event... [more]
Denim lovers will be delighted to know that they can extend the life of old jackets and jeans by jazzing them up with pe... [more]
You can learn how to transform a stack of old vinyl records into art pieces during a fun paint-and-sip evening. Best of ... [more]
If you're a fan of op shops like me, finding a brand new one always makes the heart flutter with excitement. The A-frame... [more]
Whether you are new to Brisbane, have lived here for yonks, or are a born-and-bred local, there's a plethora of interest... [more]
If you've been hunting around for ingredients to add "oomph" to your culinary repertoire, you should consider paying a v... [more]
Good fish and chip shops are few and far between these days as many have been replaced by gourmet burger joints or dumpl... [more]
Whether you're looking for a bargain or simply to replace a broken household item or to find an out-of-print book to rea... [more]
The Woodridge-based Global Foods Markets is a veritable melting pot of food and cultural groups. It is made up of an ext... [more]
Whether it's kale or coffee, you'll find it at Kuraby Farmers Markets without fighting the crowds. This hidden ge... [more]