Thetraveljunkie.org – Want to escape the bustle of the beach this summer? Today, we’ll bring you to Cedar Creek Swimming Holes in Samford (not the waterfall in Mount Tamborine; they have the same name). This is the best rock pool north of Brisbane. It took only 30 minutes to drive there from Brisbane CBD. This is a great place to take a dip and cool off in summer or soak up the sun on a large rock in winter. It’s a lovely spot to enjoy nature. There are no established bushwalking paths in the area, so best to stay near the creek.Continue Reading
Thetraveljunkie.org – It’s not even a secret that I love Khruangbin. Every time I go to travel I play their music on the bus, train, ferry, and plane, so last minute I bought their concert ticket. A dream comes true. This time I’ll bring you to watch a concert in Brisbane, one of my favorite cities, in outstanding music with a proper name, Khruangbin.Continue Reading
Thetraveljunkie.org – Brisbane’s annual immersive light and sound spectacular returns to share the Parkland’s nocturnal secrets in a dazzling celebration of nature from 25 November to 21 December 2022.
With a stunning display of holograms, lasers, projections, lights and soundscapes, this year’s event is not to be missed. Centring around one of the Parkland’s most famous residents – the Eastern Water Dragon – The Enchanted Garden is a twinkling showcase that will delight all ages.
Open daily from 6.30pm with a range of session times to suit visitors of all ages, from early evening child-friendly times to Up-Late sessions for adults.Continue Reading
Thetraveljunkie.org – One of the things that I like most about Spring is going for a Jacaranda picnic. The Jacaranda is an iconic tree in Brisbane and the city during Spring looks super lovely. Although Jacarandas are native to Central and South America, they have been planted in Brisbane since 1864 and have become a city favourite. Most of the Jacarandas in Brisbane come from seeds from the first tree planted in the city. Some of the best places to see Jacarandas in bloom are New Farm Park, Dockside Walk at Kangaroo Point, the University of Queensland at St Lucia, William Dart Park at St Lucia, and Jacaranda Park at Yeronga.Continue Reading
Thetraveljunkie.org – Photography work for Kelir. The Javanese luxury house organized a Javanese Indigo batik party to celebrate fashion diplomacy. Brisbane as the stage, and Kelir X Silk Laundry as the host. The rest? All surprises. Kelir launched a book, “JAVANESE INDIGO BATIK: Discovering the ancient wisdom of the indigo natural-dyeing process”-written by batikologist Zahir Widadi, at Silk Laundry.Continue Reading
Thetraveljunkie.org – Omotenashi is a Japanese concept that means hospitality and it’s related to the delicate and refined art of making others happy. It’s a word with so many nuances and there is no word in English to define it. And is related to everything that is not tangible and that helps us build a comfortable and safe space. Something like that is what I felt at the Pullman Brisbane King George Square, a perfect balance between the exquisite design and lifestyle for business and leisure that I love. How do I define omotenashi? When space is more than just a place to be and becomes a place to feel and grow.Continue Reading
Thetraveljunkie.org – The Brisbane Riverfire is one of the things to make you happy in Brisbane, Australia. As a great evening at the end of Summer, when fireworks light up the city all along the river. It’s even bigger than the fireworks displayed during New Year. We love Brisbane!Continue Reading
Thetraveljunkie.org – August is all about taking a break and doing the things that enhance your quality of life. And we’ve devised a celebration of Indonesian Independence Day in Brisbane – to make life just a bit nicer. From volcanoes to surf beaches and the Komodo Dragon, Indonesia is a drawcard for holiday-makers from all around the globe. While I can’t travel there at the moment, I can still celebrate Indonesian Independence Day on August 17 by sitting at my favourite spots and enjoying the city changing to red and white like the Indonesian flag.Continue Reading
Thetraveljunkie.org – Unreal! I lived in Brisbane now for a better life. In today’s post, I wanted to take you around the city and show off the many different things Brisbane has to offer. The best thing to start the morning is to have a cup of coffee (especially when it’s 9 degrees outside). Australia has one of the highest coffee consumption rates in the world and finding a coffee shop is pretty easy. This time we went to The Brooke in Fortitude Valley. The coffee is delicious and the location is great with outside seating giving views of the Church across the road.Continue Reading
Thetraveljunkie.org – I stayed at Capri by Fraser, Brisbane. This little hotel certainly punches above its weight. I stayed there just for a weekend after 2.5 years of not traveling because of the pandemic. Great location, top hotel. Great value and very nice room. The bed was very comfortable and I had a wonderful night’s sleep. Brisbane, Queensland’s capital, is a cosmopolitan hub for arts, culture, and dining. It has lots of laid-back charm and the living is super easy. If you love Stockholm, you will love Brisbane too.Continue Reading
Thetraveljunkie.org – This is a non-package program. Discuss with me to decide the course duration, schedule, and materials to meet your needs. You can include field trips and/or outdoor courses as well. Immerse yourself in Indonesian language communication in your preferred activities!Continue Reading
Thetraveljunkie.org – You’ve got just 12 hours to explore Brisbane. What do you do? With 100 local parks in its midst, Brisbane makes it easy to stay active while outdoors. Whether you are an ambler, a serious walker, or an e-scooter rider, there are many options for walks and rides in and around the city.Continue Reading