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Day on bus memories Lots of flat ranch land like going from PDX to Salem but with different trees and cactus by the roadside. I saw emus sheep and cattle and lots of birds. Two memorable sights- a tiny church graveyard with a young blond woman kneeling in the middle of it and an extremely...

permalink written by  Mike_Veine on July 23, 2012 from Brisbane, Australia
from the travel blog: Mike's Magical Mystery Tour



Lone pine koala sanctuary

I'm looking forward to the Australian koalas are already a long time! The first thing that catches the eye is a koala is holding the tree mother sleeping, it tightly embrace the tree, a minute will not coming. Listen to the teacher said, the koala one day only "rest" 2 hours, the rest of the...

permalink written by  uggsbootscheap on October 27, 2011 from Brisbane, Australia
from the travel blog: Lone pine koala sanctuary



Lone pine koala sanctuary

I'm looking forward to the Australian koalas are already a long time! The first thing that catches the eye is a koala is holding the tree mother sleeping, it tightly embrace the tree, a minute will not coming. Listen to the teacher said, the koala one day only "rest" 2 hours, the rest of the...

permalink written by  uggsbootscheap on October 27, 2011 from Brisbane, Australia
from the travel blog: Lone pine koala sanctuary



Lone pine koala sanctuary

I'm looking forward to the Australian koalas are already a long time! The first thing that catches the eye is a koala is holding the tree mother sleeping, it tightly embrace the tree, a minute will not coming. Listen to the teacher said, the koala one day only "rest" 2 hours, the rest of the...

permalink written by  uggsbootscheap on October 27, 2011 from Brisbane, Australia
from the travel blog: Lone pine koala sanctuary



Brisbane

Stop over, enroute to LA

permalink written by  bobbartley on June 8, 2011 from Brisbane, Australia
from the travel blog: 2011



Brisbane

Fri.Feb.25th Lovely city.The CBD is in a loop of the Brisbane river and was completely flooded.Everything has been cleaned but there are still signs of mud around.A lovely boardwalk was partially washed away and the river is very muddy.This is a laid back city. Our guide told us that in Sydney...

permalink written by  edoyle on February 27, 2011 from Brisbane, Australia
from the travel blog: World Cruise



Surfers Paradise

Brisbane is still recovering from the floods caused by cyclone Yasi. The Brisbane River, which flows right through the city, overflowed its banks carrying with it a lot of boats that are normally moored in the river which people live on year round to avoid the high cost of housing on shore....

permalink written by  rcodel on February 25, 2011 from Brisbane, Australia
from the travel blog: World Cruise - 2011



to the city!

After the peace, greenery and rustic feel of KinKin Souls, Brisbane was a jolt, though not necessarily a completely negative one! We arrived on greyhound (ahh, faithful greyhound, I won't miss it at all when I'm home!), caught a quick-train ride across the city and arrived in the...

permalink written by  LizIsHere on September 10, 2010 from Brisbane, Australia
from the travel blog: New Zealand & Australia 2010



to the city!

We left Kin Kin on the 6th September. We weren't particularly sad to leave - we felt we'd got all could out of our stay there, and while we'd learnt a lot and would miss the beauty of the surroundings, we'd spent enough time there being stressed out, tired or itching to shriek 'That's INSANE!'...

permalink written by  LizIsHere on September 7, 2010 from Brisbane, Australia
from the travel blog: New Zealand & Australia 2010



whew. what a week

I've survived my first full week in Australia!! And boy, what a week it has been! Apart from the lectures and orientations at the Caboolture campus, we've had a few very exciting excursions. Wednesday we visited the Wamuran school near the QUT campus and it was great to see a day in the life...

permalink written by  Sara Sickels on August 21, 2010 from Brisbane, Australia
from the travel blog: Australia!!



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