It was towards the end of September 2016 and it was the Brisbane river fire fireworks display. The event was a free event which meant every man and his dog was going. Little did I expect how busy it was to be. Indeed every man and his dog turned out for the annual celebrations.
We were heading up to Toowoomba to experience the Carnival of Flowers. We stopped off at a service station in Plainlands for-a spot of breakfast. You know, the sort of breakfast that would clog up all your vital arteries.
Our final visit to Eat Street Market before we headed home. Sampling some of the very best street food you will find in Brisbane. Have a read of the soft shell taco, loaded friends, and our unique dessert you see here.
I recently stayed at the Brisbane City YHA as a guest of YHA Australia. This is a review of my stay in a 4 share female dorm with en-suite. This gives those travelling on a budget on what to expect when coming to the Brisbane City YHA.
This is a very famous chocolate dessert shop set up by the chef Max Brenner; he has quite a few restaurants/ shops in Australia and of course I had to give it a go being the queen of desserts. We went to the restaurant based at Southbank in Brisbane (Queensland).
Home to my mum and youngest sister. Rosewood is located around 60 minutes west of Brisbane. To put it into a context of how remote this little town is, you have a single supermarket which is by English standards, tiny.
So we were coming to the end of our 2-week tour up to the northern tropics of Queensland. Stopping off at the tourist town of Hervey Bay. Hervey Bay is a typical spot for tourists both young and old heading over to Fraser Island.
Every Sunday, down in Brisbane at the Morrison, you have a jazz and blues jam. You get musicians to come from across the city, perform for free with other musicians. Arrive early so you can get yourself a parking space.