Dahrl Court

45 Phillips St, Spring Hill, Brisbane, 4000, Australia
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by j.x

I would like to know if anyone has stayed at balhouse apartments in Fortitude Valey. How is the accomodation there.I am taking my baby also and want to know whether it is good

Re: Accomodation

by JohanIsWeg

Sorry, have not stayed there myself, so I cannot advise as to the apartments. For your information, Fortitude Valley is a bit of a night-life mecca for Brisbane. There are quite a few nightclubs in the suburb and is also popular among the younger pub and restaurant afficionados. The downside, of course, is those among the younger set who cannot control their alcohol intake.
The upside is that Fortitude Valley is very centrally located - close to the city, not too far from the airport, near the river etc. New Farm park is a lovely haven for young families, and from there a ride on the City Cat is a must.
There is also a train station in Brunswich Street, which allows for easy public transport into Roma Street where buses leave for other areas, such as the Gold or Sunshine Coasts.

Re: Accomodation

by KiwiJes

I have not stayed here, but Fortitude Valley isnt a great area. Generally a bit "dodgy" and is all about the nightlife and can be a bit rough. I would personally look for accom out of the Valley if I had a baby, and wanted to get some sleep!
On the plus side, it does have some cool boutique shops and the train station makes getting about easy.

Re: Accomodation

by Maryimelda

I agree with both former posts and I would suggest that you move down Brunswick Street into New Farm. I live in New Farm and it is a fabuoous inner city suburb. One block of apartments which comes to mind is the Allender in Brunswick Street on the corner of Moreton Street.. Her you will be right at a bus stop not to mention a wonderful little shopping village with lots of restaurants available as well. You can stroll to the park and maybe take a ride on the City Cat into the City. Details below:

3 Moreton St
New Farm QLD 4005
1800 674 941

(07) 3254 0799


Travel Tips for Brisbane

Fosters Lager.

by Jerelis

Let’s make no secret of it. We both like a nice cold glass of beer. Being abroad is always a challenge to find a beer we like, which reflects our taste of having a beer. In Australia it was sometimes rather difficult. We found out that there are quite some local beers, only known in that particular area. But anyway, we did like the international known Foster’s Lager.

Fosters was founded in Melbourne in 1886 by two American brothers, William and Ralph Foster, who happened to own a refrigeration plant, which was necessary to brew beer in Australia's hot climate. Foster's Lager uses the slogan "The Amber Nectar" in Australia. While popular in many countries, particularly where it is brewed locally, Foster's Lager does not enjoy widespread popularity in Australia by any means. It struggles to compete with a large number of other "local beers" (low-cost and mass-produced varieties) usually depending on state, for example XXXX, Carlton Draught, Tooheys, Coopers, West End, Swan, Emu Bitter or Victoria Bitter.

Australian gifts.

by a5floor

If you want to buy any Australian gifts, you can go to Tourist House Souvenirs. This shop has different kind of gifts you can buy for your family back home.
I bought an Australian tie, a magnet, photo frame of the Australian flag, kids t-shirts and a mug.
The address is:
Tourist House Souvenirs
62 Queen St

free transport to games

by MariePisces

When there is a big football (not soccer, but rugby) game on at the Gabba or another stadium, the council often provides free buses there and back, leaving from all the big shopping centres. Contact translink.com.au for info. Bring food to games because it is pricey.

Bribie Island

by Colzy

If you feel like a beach fix whilst visiting Brizzy then Bribie Island is a good choice (Southbank doesn't cut the mustard for me in beach stakes unfortunately)!

Only about a 60 minute drive from Brisbane, Bribie is the only island in Queensland which is linked to the mainland by a bridge. There is usually a bit of a swell happening on the eastern side of the island and really nice calm waters on the other side which is good for picnics.

A good day at Bribie consists of the following: Grab some fish and chips, go for a swim to cool off and then take a long walk along the waters edge.

Just take the Bruce Highway north of Brisbane and watch out for the signs to the island.

Full Day return trip – Moreton Bay Islands

by tiabunna

Moreton Bay is fronted by three large sand islands, from the north they are Bribie (accessible by bridge), Moreton (least developed) and North Stradbroke. All three have National Parks, taking in large sandhills (some of the world’s highest) and freshwater lakes on Moreton and North Stradbroke Islands.

Within Moreton bay, particularly at the southern end, there are many smaller islands, some developed with housing, others remaining covered with trees and mangroves.

Ferries link many of the islands to the mainland, the most popular being to North Stradbroke Island (‘Straddie’ to the locals), where there are some excellent beaches on both the bay side and also on the surf side. If you enjoy unspoiled beaches, I recommend you make a visit to Point Lookout, on the north-eastern corner. From Point Lookout, the main beach curls southward in an unbroken expanse of sand to the distant Gold Coast. For a VT page on Straddie by a local, you might care to visit here.

Main photo: Straddie’s main ocean beach
Second photo: Bathing Gorge, Point Lookout.


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Address: 45 Phillips St, Spring Hill, Brisbane, 4000, Australia