Diamant Hotel Brisbane

3.5 out of 5 stars3.5 Stars

52 Astor Terrace, Spring Hill, Brisbane, 4000, Australia
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Excellent
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Very Good
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Average
18%
42
Poor
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Terrible
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15

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  • Couples79
  • Solo90
  • Business60

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Forum Posts

shopping

by celtic10

Hi
Thanks to all for previous help on forums. Can anyone tell me how to get to Jindalee DFO from the city, I will be staying at Kangaroo Point. Is the shopping worthwhile or can you recommend anywhere else to shop or visit this weekend. Cheers

Re: shopping

by Maryimelda

I can't say from experience whether DFO at Jindale is worth the trip but you can get directions for public transport by either phoning 13 12 30 or by looking it up on the Trip Planner on the Translink, Brisbane website. Depending on whereabouts in Kangaroo Point you are staying you will need to get to the City or at least the Cultural Centre Bus Station at Southbank to get a bus to Jindalee. The big question then has to be, does the Jindalee bus go the DFO or not. I would suggest you go shopping in the Queens Street Mall in the City or else get a 444 Bus from the Cultural Centre to Indooroopilly shopping town (buses run every 15 minutes and take you right to the door of the shopping centre) or likewise get a 333 bus to Chermside Shoppingtown. These are both fabulous big shopping malls where you can buy just about anything you like. They also have wonderful cafes, restaurants and international food courts and even cinemas if you would like to see a movie whilst you are there.

Re: shopping

by wise23girl

I agree with the first poster.....

Yes you would need to go into the city to get to Jindalee DFO. My sister says it is good but not as good as the DFO out near the airport.

If you have a car you drive on to the Western Freeway go towards Toowoong cross the Jindalee bridge and the Jindalee DFO is on the left.

There is a big shopping centre at Mt Omanney...need a bus from town as well.

I think you might enjoy doing the Great Circle Line...which means you can travel from one shopping centre to the other in a circle route...this covers Toowoong, Chermside, Garden City...and more but NOT the DFOs or Mt Omanney.

Re: shopping

by al2401

If you want DFO shopping the centre near the airport is good - don't know about Jindalee. There is also a huge DFO centre on the Gold Coast but that is a fair way from Brisbane.

Travel Tips for Brisbane

FAIRY FLOSS

by balhannah

Do you love Fairy Floss, that is full of sugar, not good for you, but tastes lovely, and just melts in your mouth!!!

It is usually found at our shows and fete's etc, and at the Cleveland Markets.

These Markets have a lovely Fairy Floss stall, with a lot of different flavor's that the lady can make Fairy Floss. I had never seen this before, only the common pink and blue. She was doing a good trade, especially with the children.

There is also other types of gourmet food available at this market.

Held every Sunday from 7 -2 pm at Bloomfield Street, Cleveland.
You can catch a train direct from Brisbane.

Very modern Loo's!

by balhannah

Well, if you are visiting the Queensland Museum of Modern Art, then I think a must visit is to the Loo (Toilet)! They are very modern. No wash basin here, a flat surface with (laser light??) of a hands being washed. Evidently, it is sloped slightly, so the water runs to the back. You do have to turn the tap on/off!

What ever else will they think of!

Water is a major scarcity for us at the moment!

by thedouglas

We are in the grips of a major drought in Queensland at the moment - and our farmers are particualrly suffering. Anyone visiting our state, and staying in our hotels, please be conscious of our long your showers are, leaving the tap on while you are cleaning teeth and choosing the half flush when you go to the loo. Thanks for caring.

Perry Park

by ASTIEL

Perry Park is the spiritual home of Football (soccer) in Brisbane, and is home to the Brisbane Strikers, who play in the local Brisbane competition after being unsuccessful in their A-League bid.

Perry Park is a soccer ground situated in Brisbane. 2003 saw the return of top-class Soccer when the Brisbane Strikers move their NSL home games to the ground. The venue has a small main grandstand which stretches the whole wing and grass banks around the ground. It currently has a capacity of around 5,000. Improvements will be made in the future to lift it to NSL standard.

One hour trip #2 - Bayside beaches

by tiabunna

You can comfortably reach the beaches of Moreton Bay within one hour from Brisbane city, in fact Brisbane has expanded to the point that the bayside areas are outer suburbs. Quite apart from road travel, suburban trains will take you to Sandgate, Wynnum or Cleveland.

Although the bayside areas are very pleasant and easily accessible, I’ll take a chance on being pilloried for saying the beaches in general are not outstanding. Many have shallow shelving bottoms which are ideal for small children but also result in extensive areas of mud or sand flats at low tide. Apart from that, the offshore islands shelter the beaches so there is no surf – at the most you are likely to see short choppy waves which are useless for surfing.

The good news is that Moreton Bay is excellent for boating and for fishing. There are many marinas around the bayside.

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Address: 52 Astor Terrace, Spring Hill, Brisbane, 4000, Australia