Chasely Apartments Brisbane

435 Coronation Drive (Corner of Chasely Street), Auchenflower, Brisbane, Queensland, 4066, Australia
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by Buddyr

In the mid 1950's I was in Brisbane aboard the USS Brush DD 745 along with three other distroyers of the Little Beaver Sqd. We were docked somewhere on the Brisbane river but I dont remember where. If anyone on this site is old enough to remember back to when we were there and at which dock we were tied up at, I would like to hear from you with the location info of the dock area. I will be visiting Brisbane later this year and like to revisit this area.
Thanks.

Re: Information on Brisbane

by loublou45

Hi Buddyv, I live in Brisbane, but was not around in the 1950's. There are a few places theses ships could have docked (New Farm Wharfs, Teneriffe Wharfs etc) but I believe nearly all large ships docked at Bretts wharf along the Brisbane River, at that time. Bretts wharf is at Hamilton, which is now one of the most expensive suburbs of Brisbane. Houses on Hamilton hill are very expensive (River and City Views) - millions of dollars. Hamilton is almost the inner-city these day. It is very easy to get to. In fact if you are staying at one of the big hotels in the city, you can travel right pass it on your way from the airport. Have a look at this website it may bring back memories, www.northshorehamilton.com.au. Hope I have helped in some way. Bye

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by pedroswift

I'm pretty sure lou is correct. I'm old enough to remember visiting US ships docked at the Hamilton wharves in the 50's. Some of those wharves are still being used (by visiting navy ships) and I visited the "Endeavour" replica there last year in September. A New Zealand war ship was berthed behind her.
You will be able to visit the area and have a beer at Dockside, a new commercial/ residential/ port facility. You could get there from Brisbane CBD via the City Cat which is a worthwhile experience in itself. http://www.brisbane.qld.gov.au/BCC:BASE::pc=PC_1231
If you get off the Cat at Brett’s Wharf, you can walk downstream to the Dockside area along the river front…plenty of eating out opportunities in the area for lunch or dinner.
While in Brisbane, A visit to Southbank is essential and you may be interested to visit the world's only surviving River Class Frigate HMAS DIAMANTINA in dry dock at the nearby Maritime Museum http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/ae2c2/1cabc3/4/ . Please enjoy your return to the River City.

Re: Information on Brisbane

by pedroswift

Correction to the above posting: delete "Dockside" insert "Portside". http://www.portsidewharf.com.au/#home

Travel Tips for Brisbane

my favorite place was the...

by BLUEPYO

my favorite place was the south bank, it is.
it is kind of complex looking like a big park.
it has a lot to see and enjoy esp. artificial pond,and foundation .and you can enjoy the river along side of your walk. it's very peaceful place out there.

catch the impressive RAM SHOW...

by Krystynn

catch the impressive RAM SHOW right here in the AUSTRALIAN WOOLSHED.

During the Ram Show, you'd see various breeds of sheep/ ram walk up the aisle and take their assigned place onstage.

I don't know but somehow this kind of behavior seems to wreak havoc on the widely held belief that sheep/ ram are incredibly dumb group of animals and can never be taught to do anything. Well, looks like whoever called these rams dumb have to eat their words now.

Moral of the story? Never say never. I for one believe that nothing is impossible in this life and never call anyone dumb lest you have to eat your own words later. :-D

And you were saying?

Can you bear our Summer?!

by SuperNic

Winter - In Brisbane it doesn't get very cold during our short winter. However if you are not staying in a hotel, that is you are staying in a house then pack winter pjs as a lot of places only have air conditioning not heating and at nightime it can get cold.

The rest of the year - Vital articles of clothing are; boardshorts, bikinis, shorts, skirts, singlet tops, thongs (shoes), hats/caps and sun glasses. Beach gear - Guys don't turn up in 'short' board shorts it's not a good look!! Blokes in Aust where knee length surf brand boardshorts to the beach. Girls, Bikinis or Full piece togs/bathers are the usual popular beach wear. A lot of girls also wear boardshorts. You will also want to wear thongs on your feet because the sand can get that hot it burns the bottom of your feet. SPF 30+ or stronger Suncream!! I can not stress this enough!! My friend from Switzerland visited Australia last year and he didn't wear strong enough suncream, he was burnt in half an hour and peeled for 2 weeks!!! GROSS!

West End - Take a trip to the trippy side

by ChadSteve1975

West End is walking distance from Southbank. Its full of multicultural and alternative lifestyle shops and people.

In West End you can experience a multitude of cultures, people and food.

One of the big celebrations in West End is the West End Fair. A day where they close down the street and celebrate, West End Style.

'LITTLE BIRDIES IN A TREE,...

by WorldXplorer

'LITTLE BIRDIES IN A TREE, SING A SONG FOR YOU AND ME' AREN'T THEY CUTE AND COLOURFUL? (WE, BY THE WAY, IN NEW ZEALAND SPELL COLOUR, FLAVOUR, FAVOUR ETC. WITH A U IN IT JUST IN CASE YOU THINK MY SPELLING'S A BIT AMISS HERE!) SEE IN THE MIDDLE PHOTO HOW THE BIRDS HAVE GONE DOWN FROM THE TREE AND ARE PECKING AT THE SCRAPS RIGHT ON PEOPLE'S TABLES? THESE THREE PHOTOS WERE TAKEN AT THE ENTER NAME HERE CAFE ON OUR NATURE TOUR.

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