Quest River Park Central

120 Mary Street, Brisbane, Queensland, 4000, Australia
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Brisbane airport lockers

by gerarda

Hi Re airport lockers; Is it possible to store stuff for 3 weeks. I fly out on the 5th June and back in on the 25th June and straight to Darwin so it would be great if i could store my stuff there for a while or is it just a 24hr thing?

CHeers

Gerard

Re: Brisbane airport lockers

by wise23girl

The last time I checked there were no lockers at Brisbane airport. There are lockers at Central Station and most likely Roma Street .The train goes from the airport.
Are you staying somewhere in Brisbane where you could leave luggage.

I will check this out more.

Re: Brisbane airport lockers

by wise23girl

Stor-A-Bag 07 3503 8538 or 0411 601 764 is just off the end of Airport Drive Brisbane Airport. They will collect and return luggage from the terminals or Hotels and Motels
Storage charges start at $5 with additional distance charges for pickup/delivery.
Found to be very handy with early motel checkout - late airline departure.
7 day operation - only closed Christmas Day
www.stor-a-bag.com

Worth a look

I found this but know nothing about it personally.

Re: Brisbane airport lockers

by wise23girl

Sorry Gererda I followed that web site and could not find it...will keep checking.

Re: Brisbane airport lockers

by balhannah

At the DFO shopping centre near the airport, there is long term luggage storage. There is a bus that will take you there.
Perhaps if you ring the centre on 07 33059250 they will be able to give you more information.

Re: Brisbane airport lockers

by wise23girl

You will probably be right with the DFO for your storage.. I followed up "Stor a Bag" and it is temporarily closed due to illness but could be worth a try later if need be. Both phone numbers I gave do connect

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Weather and sun protection

by Bobbino

Queensland enjoys a subtropical climate of hot, sunny summers, mild winters and warm, bright spring and autumn days.
Enjoy Queensland's sunsine BUT use adequate protection including SPF 30+ or more sunscreen, a broad brimmed hat, sunglasses and a shirt.

IDEAS FOR WHAT TO DO WHEN VISITING BRISBANE...1

by balhannah

I thought I would list some different ideas in case you (the Tourist) would like something a little different.

First of all, I must say that I haven't done these "as" tours, as living here, I can visit of my own accord. You could do this a lot cheaper with your own planning.

So, Here goes.....Overnight Bush Safari Camp and 4WD tour on Moreton Island.

You get to tour the island in a 4WD, seeing forests, pristine beaches, Cape Moreton Light House (a great spot for wildlife viewing), Blue Lagoon (fresh water lake infused with tea tree oils), 40km of uninterrupted surf beach, The Big sand hills for sand tobogganing and great views, Five Hills Look out (panoramic views back to Australia and the Glass House Mountains.)

During the two days your guide will take you on short bush walks, explaining the island flora and fauna, and on a guided snorkel around fifteen amazing ship wrecks which are teeming with fish life.

Cost 2009, about $300 which includes the Ferry fee of $40

There are also day trips available that are similar and a lot cheaper, and also day 4WD tours to North Stradbroke Island which is very nice. http://www.discoverbrisbane.com/things/index.html

I love this radio station!!!...

by Kai112DE

I love this radio station!!! BrisbaneĀ“s best rock, 24/7. When I was in Brisbane, they had this 'Guido Hatzis' thing going, a guy with a strange greek-aussie accent calling all sorts of people... it wash the besht, mate... *lol* Triple M just rocks!
TripleM

Fraser Island day tour.

by sfphototraveller

I signed up for a one day fraser island day tour. A white 4 X 4 truck that held 16 passangers picked me up at my hotel. The 2 drivers and Guide Anthony and Kimberly. They drove this thru Downtown picking up other tourist and people were just looking at this 4 X4 white truck with very large tinted glass windows it looked like a large panel truck until i got inside with seats and an air conditioning unit in the back to keep us cool.
They drove this big 4 wheel drive truck into the sand on the beach onto a Barge with other 4x4 to the other side of the water to Fraser Island. We saw dolphins swimming while on Fraser island. The guides gave us history on the island. They took us to a beach area where we could walk or swim. We then had lunch. We went on a short walking tour of the on a wooden manmade walkway built above a water beach area telling us about trees etc. They also let us walk on the beach. But we had to watch out for other 4x4 driving on the beach. There were some people fishing on the beach.

The Brisbane Botanic Gardens

by keeweechic

Founded in 1970, the Brisbane Botanic Gardens are set on 52 hectares at Mt Coot-tha. There are over 20,000 plants which represent some 5000 species collected from around the world. You can take a volunteer guided walk daily except Sunday and public holidays and between mid-December and mid-January which last around 1 hour. Admission is free and the gardens are only 8 kms from the city centre.

There are various displays including a tropical dome made up of tinted panels in an aluminium frame. Pathways meander through a variety of tropical plants and around a central pond. The dome is open between 9.30am and 4.00pm daily

Location : Mt Coot-tha Road, Toowong

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Address: 120 Mary Street, Brisbane, Queensland, 4000, Australia