Edmondstone Motel

24 Edmondstone St, South Brisbane, Brisbane, 4101, Australia
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Helloo, who is in Brisbane at the moment??

by Ulrike3

Hey,
I am since three weeks here in brisbane and I will stay here for 7 months, does anybody live here, too and has maybe interessts at a meeting or something like that?? I am 19 years old and from Germany...
And does anybody also has some tips what I could and should do here?? which places are the most interessting ones...
I am happy about every answer!!
Sorry for my English, I know I have to train it...
Bye bye

Re: Helloo, who is in Brisbane at the moment??

by Tuna_ank

I can just advice a place for eating good food. If you want to eat Turkish kebap check my Brisbane page. I also advice to do something at Cairns area.

Re: Helloo, who is in Brisbane at the moment??

by JohanIsWeg

Welcome to Brisbane! I am local and would be happy to join in any meet. Attractions you may want to see include South Bank Parklands, Roma Street Parklands, New Farm Park, Chinatown, Mt Coot-tha, Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary, St John's Cathedral, Botanical Gardens, Movie World, Sea World, Dreamworld, Surfers Paradise, Glasshouse Mountains, Coolum, Noosa, Lamington National Park, O'Reilly's, and perhaps even a weekend away doing the Granite Belt wine route!
Have a great time!

Re: Helloo, who is in Brisbane at the moment??

by Maryimelda

Hi ulrike and welcome to VT. It would be much better if you would give us a few more details on your homepage. People are a bit slow to want to meet up with someone they know little about. As for things to do here in Brisbane, I think that Johan has done an excellent job in recommending all that he has.

Re: Helloo, who is in Brisbane at the moment??

by KrisHerron

Dont forget to try to get a trip to Fraser Island or Rainbow Beach, and HErvey Bay to see the whales. We have hosted quite a few German students and they all want to see Fraser Island. And on the way north you could stop off for a visit to Australia Zoo!

Travel Tips for Brisbane

A favorite activity is just...

by tim123

A favorite activity is just walking along the riverfront in Brisbane. If you walk in the South Bank Parklands and Kangaroo Cliffs you get good views of the city centre. South Bank is interesting place to visit in itself with its extensive parkland, shops, restaurants and beaches. I also enjoy going to the City Botanic Gardens along the other side of the river. It has a colorful array of flowers and a look at some mangroves along the river.
For a good view of the city go up to Mt. Coot-tha lookout. On a clear day it provides a great view! I always love to ride the ferries along the Brisbane River. It is a great way to see the city and get around as well. Catch the CityCat for a fast, efficient ride.

Hey mate!

by Amareyui

In Brisbane, the most common way I had been greeted with was, "Hey mate, how're you doing?". Much of the time, I didn't even know the name of this "mate". It could be quite weird, but as the friendly gesture was such an extension of the overall amiability of the whole society, soon it had to be accepted.
Another trademark was "no worries", a simple yet strong expression of the Aussie's laid back nature.

Cricket at the Gabba

by Aleyd

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Cricket is practically our national sport.

In Brisbane most inter-state and international matches are held at the Gabba (Brisbane Cricket Ground, located in Wooloongabba). There are both day and night matches held here. The Gabba has a bus stop right next to it. If you are catching a train you can get out at the South Brisbane stop, as there is a bus station right across from it.

www.baggygreen.com.au has information on all matches that are on in Australia, as well as anything you could ever really want to know about cricket. Generally you are not allowed to take glass bottles or alcohol in to the stadium. I tend to take a 600ml plastic bottle of Coke, water and a picnic lunch/dinner to avoid paying their high food and drinks prices. The seats are hard plastic, so we take a towel to sit on, to avoid getting too sticky in the humidity.

Yatala Twin Drive-In Theatre

by ASTIEL

The Yatala Twin Drive-In Theatre offers a refreshingly unique alternative to Cineplexes and other forms of today's commercialised entertainment. The Yatala Twin Drive-In appeals to young and old alike - especially families - all looking for good value for their entertainment dollar. The Yatala Drive-in is more than just movies; it's about starry nights, cruisin' in and cookin' out!

It's a community event really. There's something about the drive-in that makes people extra-sociable. It's kind of like camping out. So there are blankets, air mattresses, folding chairs, coolers, and the all important bug spray. When school holidays arrive, parents dress their youngest children in their pyjamas, and head for the Drive-In.

Cars roll in with headlights dimmed, engines purring and back seats piled high with pillows & kids. Clutching checked rugs and candy, youngsters pile out of cars as parents set up outdoor furniture beside small steel-encased speakers dating from the 1950s.

With no dress code rules, attire varies from shorts and thongs to cocktail wear. And some have been known to arrive resplendent in one-piece pyjamas, finished off with fluffy dog-eared slippers. This strange feeling of nostalgia and yesteryear is what keeps the Yatala Drive-In Movie Theatre alive.

The Yatala Twin Drive-In is open 7 nights per week & shows all the latest blockbusters. Double Features are our speciality for less than the cost of a single feature at your conventional multiplex. During school holidays and on selected weekends, single feature "Family Sessions" are popular where a carload of four (4) is admitted for only $20.

Movie sound is heard through the conventional window speaker or tune to FM STEREO SOUND through your Car Radio.

Located just off the Pacific Motorway (M1) at 100 Jacobs Well Road (Yatala North Exit 38)

Explore the life of a convict

by Jez79

Advertised as 'australia's alcatraz', St Helena Island used to function as a high security prison. The prisoners were engaged in work in agriculture, boot-making, baking, and a number of other trades, and at one point St Helena penal establishment was reportedly considered one of the best prison's in the world. I've been to the island once years ago and found it pretty interesting. The website has more information and there are number of travel deals I've seen around. There are ecotours of the island, as well as a program including a drama of the early settlement of the island.
www.sthelenaisland.com.au

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