Monthly Archives: July 2009

Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary

If you’ve ever wanted to see a koala up close, Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary is the place to go.  Not only was it the world’s first koala sanctuary (1927), but it remains the largest with around 130 of these cute creatures. … Continue reading

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State Library at South Bank

If you’re walking along the river near South Bank’s cultural precinct, be sure to pop into the Queensland State Library (between the Queensland Art Gallery and Gallery of Modern Art).  If you thought libraries were just buildings full of books, you’ll be … Continue reading

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Kurilpa Bridge – Brisbane's New Pedestrian Bridge

Brisbane’s newest pedestrian and cycle bridge should be completed in September 2009 and the official opening will be part of Queensland’s 150th anniversary celebrations.  The bridge was originally known as the Tank Street Bridge and received its new name through … Continue reading

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South Bank & Maritime Museum

We had a walk though South Bank on Sunday after a CityCat ride.  It’s always a great place to visit because there’s always something happening.  The markets were on with live music playing and lots of delicious aromas coming from the … Continue reading

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