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Travel guide Brisbane for Bushwalking & wilderness


What's Cooking in the Gardens?

Contact: (07) 3205 0555 or events@moretonbay.qld.gov.au
Moreton Bay Regional Council dishes up a feast of gardening gurus, entertainment, markets, food and fun! Don’t miss Redcliffe’s top chefs and special guests whipping up a storm, or the infamous Battle of the Butchers. There’ll also be plant, garden and environmental talks and displays, wonderful workshops, marvellous markets, fabulous food stalls, arty crafty demonstrations and displays, wine tasting and roving entertainers all set amidst the beautiful backdrop of Redcliffe’s Botanic Gardens. For more i Read more

Spotlight on- Turkey’s Nest
By Lisa Monk

Mt Glorious … the name says it all! The village of Mt Glorious is just 35 kms north-west of Brisbane, yet a world away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.  Imagine leaving the stresses of city life and being surrounded by clear air and pristine rainforest less than an hour later. Turkey’s Nest Rainforest Cottage is the ideal antidote to our culture of ‘rush’ and a stay here will allow you to relax and find the serenity and clarity of thinking that re-connecting with nature – and one another – can bring. Mt Glorious village is in the D’Aguilar Range and surrounded by Brisbane Forest Park, so even the drive up is picturesque; and being over 600m above sea level gives the best of both worlds – beautiful daytime temperatures ... Read more

Town of 1770, Fraser Coast, Queensland
By Penny Parsons

The closest point north of Brisbane to the southern end of the Great Barrier Reef, the Town of 1770 is a haven for exploring the magnificent Queensland coastline and surfing its most northern surf beaches. 1770 is also an ideal place to escape the winter chills of more southern points in Australia. The Town of 1770 was named after the year that James Cook landed on nearby shores. As a result, it is claimed as being the 'Birthplace' of Queensland. Things to Do and See Surfing Agnes Water, 6 km to the south of 1770 is home to the northern-most surf beach in Queensland. Both surfboards and bodyboards are available for hire and there's even a surf school to accommodate beginners. Fishing Both estuary and reef fishing are possible in the area, either in Round Hill Creek or on the ... Read more

Brilliant Brisbane
By Lisa Monk

Brisbane is an unexpected pleasure, which unlike some of Australia’s flashier cities, reveals itself slowly.  But don’t think that means there is less on offer!  The city is a blend of old and new … beautiful sandstone cathedrals and modern office towers each have their place in a city that has a pace and a feeling all its own. The river flows through the heart of the city and has a series of riverfront walks that give a great insight into this always surprising place.  Brisbane has a wonderful climate, although those who feel the heat may prefer to visit in what passes for winter, when both the temperature and the humidity is lower. What to do … or rather, how to fit it all in!  Brisbane has something to please all types of travellers, with... Read more

Boondall Wetlands adventure
By Suzy Young

  Somewhere between a growl and a moan, the sound of a didgeridoo is unique.  Like Scotti... Read more

 
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