Brisbane In 24 Hours

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.

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Checking In To Capri by Fraser, Brisbane / Australia

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.

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Indonesian Course In Brisbane

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!

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Study Visit To Yogyakarta With Bowie Holiday

Thetraveljunkie.org – This visit is open to anyone who is interested in knowing a bit more about Indonesia and in learning Indonesian language and culture. If you are under the age of 18, you still can join if you travel with a parent or guardian. The program is a still at a draft stage, but the length of the visit and language components will (most likely) stay as they are.

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Eating Nasi Goreng on Mount Coolum’s Summit

Thetraveljunkie.org – Today I bring you to eating Nasi Goreng on Mount Coolum’s Summit, Queensland, Australia. Here’s one for your Sunshine Coast bucket list. Mount Coolum is an awe-inspiring volcanic dome that presides over the Sunshine Coast landscape. Climbing to the top of this 25 million year old laccolith is a must-do when visiting the region – the views from the top are absolutely spectacular!

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Sunshine Coast Sunset From Mt Ninderry

Thetraveljunkie.org – In today’s photos we spent some time in one of our favourite areas, Sunshine Coast, as the sun went down. Our first stop in the area was at Fairhill Native Botanic Garden, an amazing space where you can get your hands on some really cool native plants. We then drove to Terella Brewing, the sustainable farm-style brewery you need to know about, one of our favourite breweries nearby. Pete the Greek and Mango beer are one of the best collaboration.

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Sunshine Coast With Rainbows

Thetraveljunkie.org – One of the things we like the most about subtropical zones such as Sunshine Coast is being able to enjoy them from a different perspective. This may have something to do with rainbows. We were driving around the Coolum Beach when we came across Yandina Creek. We found an amazing rainbow where you can enjoy the universe. The great thing about it is that it’s free and it’s less busy than big cities, despite the fact that the view from there is honestly incredible and doesn’t compare to anything we’ve seen to date.

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E-scootering From Nambour To Brisbane Via Glass House Mountains

Thetraveljunkie.org – Worldwide e-scooter use is booming, forecast to surpass half a billion rides globally this year. What a glorious day! Train from Nambour to Brisbane via Glass House Mountains, a picnic lunch at the Glass House Mountains Lookout then exploring wonderful Glass House Mountains by electric scooter. The beautiful Glass House Mountains are a natural playground loaded with walking tracks and epic lookouts. The magnificent rocky outcrops are actually remnants of volcanic activity that occurred more than 25 million years ago. As the volcanic mountains cooled stunning vertical columns emerged, and today, they have become iconic landmarks on the Sunshine Coast.

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An Incredibly Beautiful Wappa Dam and Falls on the Sunshine Coast

Thetraveljunkie.org – Fresh water is flowing again at Wappa Falls, Yandina on the Sunshine Coast Queensland, Australia. Today we bring you to an incredibly beautiful Wappa Falls and Jack Harrison Park on Wappa Dam. The park is filled with endless green open space, picnic tables, playground, amenities, large parking areas and lawns which stretch right down to the dam – perfect for lounging and soaking up the sun.

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E-Scootering From Tewantin To Noosa Heads

Thetraveljunkie.org – The other day we went to Tewantin for e-scootering to Noosa Heads, Queensland, Australia. Stretching 16 km (return) uninterrupted by crossings or lights, this e-scootering track from Rsl Memorial Park Tewantin to Noosa National Park, a beautiful section to e-scooter with spectacular views along the way.

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Morning Traffic Around Coolum Beach, Queensland, Australia

Thetraveljunkie.org – Coolum Beach is the area on the Sunshine Coast that we were not disappointed. After a 15 minute drive (from Yandina Creek) we arrived at Coolum State School where we were met with the Coolum Beach sign to begin our adventure in one of the coastal suburb’s most charming areas. E-scootering from Woolies Coolum to Stumers Creek Riparian Reserve to Stumers Creek Bushland Conservation Reserve to Coolum Surf Club and Wilkinson Park in the morning is super fun, there are lots of shops, surfers, skaters and many photos to take.

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