The Docks On Goodwin Apartments

15 Goodwin Street, Kangaroo Point, Brisbane, 4169, Australia
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short term accommodation

by cole19

I will be doing a 6 week training course in Brisbane and need somewhere to stay. I will be by myself. Hotels will cost a fortune for this amount of time. I also checked out Brisbane Cottages but that also is not affordable for one person. Any other ideas, please.

Re: short term accommodation

by cafank

Not sure how much you want to spend, or what area you will need to be in, but one of these sites may have something to suit.

http://www.somewheretostay.com.au
http://www.ourbrisbane.com/visitors/accommodation
http://www.vipbackpackers.com/regions/Brisbane

Cheers

Re: short term accommodation

by suzyq40

check out the gumtree

www.gumtree.com/brisbane

you might be able to find some short term accom there.

also, try www.share-accomodation.net

Re: short term accommodation

by cole19

Thanks for the info. I'll check out those sites. I don't actually know yet where the training will be.

Re: short term accommodation

by cole19

Thanks for answering. I'll check those sites.

Re: short term accommodation

by Louise2008

Hi You could also join www.homestayfinders.com.au
Brisbane is full of students loking for accommodation at present..Our family hosts students and I know there is a desparate shortage of accom.

Also look on www.realestate.com.au it although usually for long term share though..Are you a member of couchsurfers? Within their web pages it is possible to sometimes find shorter term accom.
Good luck.

Re: short term accommodation

by FromChina

Hi,
I am from China and will stay at Brisbane for work placement for one month(10 may -10 June).It's the first time be there and be by myself,so I would like travel around by hiring a car with some friends.If you are interesting in it,maybe we can discuss it.Thank you!

Travel Tips for Brisbane

Relax a bit on the South...

by CptKangaroo

Relax a bit on the South Bank... Compared to bustling Sydney, Brisbane is much more quiet and 'tropic'. SO don't hurry around for a party you won't find, but ebjoy some walks and markets along the River on South Bank, jump into the (always crowded) public pool and lay lazy in the grass...

Radio Stations - FM

by Aleyd

One thing I always have problems with is finding a local radio station that suits my tastes.

Following is a list of some of the FM Radio Stations in Brisbane. (Have tried to describe each station, but at the end of the day music is such a personal thing. The numbers are close, so give them all a go!)

Triple M = FM104.5 - 80s, 90s & today, wide variety - http://www.triplemrocks.com.au/

97.3FM Brisbane = FM97.3 - tends to be a lot of top 30, but more variety than Nova - http://www.973fm.com.au/

B105 = FM105.3 - tends to be a lot of top 30, but more variety than Nova - http://www.b105.com.au/

Nova = FM106.9 - mainly current top 30 & some older ex top 30 songs - http://www.nova1069.com.au/novaMain.aspx

Triple J = FM107.7 - plays more alternative music than the main stream radio stations - http://www.abc.net.au/triplej/

Suncorp Stadium

by thedouglas

This state of the art stadium was opened in June 2003 - after the old Lang Park comlex was demolished, to make way for a much more superior facility. Built in a cauldron like design, this 3 tier sports ground seats 52,500 for a range of uses - largely sport - rugby union, rugby league and soccer. It is now home to the Brisbane Broncos, Brisbane Red and Brisbane Roars. International games are also hosted here, and there is really not a bad seat in the house. Proximity to the playing field is an excellent feature, and maximises the visibility and atmosphere when you attend.

The venue has multiple food and alcohol outlets, and plenty of public facilities within the complex.

There is NO public parking at the stadium, but is readily and conveniently accessed by bus or train. Both are free services for ticket holders, and plentiful at either ends of the game.

At the front of Suncorp Stadium, there is a statue of our King Wally - Wally Lewis is probably the most well known of all Queensland and Australian Rugby League players - famous for his fiery confrontations and longstanding leadership of local, state and international Aussie teams, as well as his obvious talent as a football player.

Wally was a founding Bronco, and captained this team, the Queensland team from 1981 to 1991, and the Kangaroosbetween 1984 and 1991. He is now a news commentator.

Sunshine coast hinterland is a...

by CeeBs

Sunshine coast hinterland is a lovely area. Hiking in Lamington national park, which is about an hour or more out of Brisbane, is an absolute delight. There are also the glasshouse mountains for a day climb. Stradbroke Island is a beautiful place too and if you have a 4WD, try to get to Fraser (but watch out for the dingoes!!)

Mountain Biking

by Jez79

Brisbane offers a variety of opportunities for mountain bike enthusiasts. There are a number of tracks around the city, including a new mountain bike park, called Hilltop Oasis. This park has a variety of tracks, and is continually being developed. Entry is $10 for the day. Check out the park's website on www.mountainbikepark.com.

For information on Mountain Biking in the Brisbane area, check out www.mtbdirt.com. This is a great forum of local riders and is a good place to meet other riders, get the low down of upcoming events, good riding areas and all other things related to mountain biking in Brisbane.

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