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  • You always know how to make me feel special. How to cheer me up and how to make me feel hope again. You know the right words to say to put a smile ...
  • You always know how to make me feel special. How to cheer me up and how to make me feel hope again. You know the right words to say to put a smile on my face and even when others let me down, you always show up, stand by my side and remind me I am capable of anything. I could never have asked for a better friend, a better sister. I never feel alone because you are always here for me. Thank you, with all my heart for these beautiful flowers. I love you to the moon and back @_lady.b_ #happygalentinesday
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  • Have you tried the newest addition to Howard Smith Wharves? Expect delicious snacks like spanner crab and dutch creams and pork pate with milk bicc...
  • Have you tried the newest addition to Howard Smith Wharves? Expect delicious snacks like spanner crab and dutch creams and pork pate with milk biccies at @arc_dining—add a Garden Sprtiz for the perfect Saturday ✔️ 📷 @britinbrisbane
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  • When was the last time you spent a day being a tourist in your own city? Whether it be soaking up the river breezes on a CityCat ride, going for sw...
  • When was the last time you spent a day being a tourist in your own city? Whether it be soaking up the river breezes on a CityCat ride, going for swim at South Bank or riding the Brisbane Wheel there is plenty on offer.⠀ ⠀ If you could take just one friend on the Wheel of Brisbane with you, who would it be? Tag to let them know.⠀ 📷 @britinbrisbane#wheelofbrisbane #visitsouthbank #mybrisbane
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  • 📍 Brisbane , Australia 🇦🇺
💡Interesting facts :
🔸 In 1928 a Brisbane born man by the name of Sir Charles Kingsford Smith left California for a ...
  • 📍 Brisbane , Australia 🇦🇺 💡Interesting facts : 🔸 In 1928 a Brisbane born man by the name of Sir Charles Kingsford Smith left California for a solo plane ride back home. Flying via Hawaii and Fiji, Sir Charles landed after a staggering 83 hours and 38 minutes flight time. 🔸With an area of 1,727,000 square kilometres, Queensland is the second largest state in Australia. The biggest is Western Australia. Queensland is nearly five times the size of Japan, seven times the size of Great Britain, and two and a half times the size of Texas. 📷: @britinbrisbane Follow @citybestviews for the best urban photo👆
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  • Beach in the city? Sure, why not? It's not something many cities can claim and it's a great way to beat the summer heat! How will you be keeping yo...
  • Beach in the city? Sure, why not? It's not something many cities can claim and it's a great way to beat the summer heat! How will you be keeping yourself cool this weekend? Tag a mate you want to visit South Bank with. 📷 @britinbrisbane #visitsouthbank #mybrisbane
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  • Which way to the city?😆😍 .

Different perspective over Brisbane, nicknamed by locals after a particular pasta😄 .

Thanks 📸@_mello.k

Share your...
  • Which way to the city?😆😍 . Different perspective over Brisbane, nicknamed by locals after a particular pasta😄 . Thanks 📸@_mello.k Share your moments through #discoverbrisbane Who's taken the wrong exit and found Spaghetti Junction a little confusing?😆👇🏽
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  • For those that actually read the captions to my images, you are going to notice a slight change in direction with my IG feed. I’m going to start sh...
  • For those that actually read the captions to my images, you are going to notice a slight change in direction with my IG feed. I’m going to start sharing more of my actual ‘work’ on my little IG world. So there’s going to be more 4WD’s, boats and camper trailers as well as the beautiful landscapes that you have come to expect, cause my work, still takes me to some pretty amazing places. No doubt, there’ll be a few of you out there that don’t like this new direction and will hit the unfollow button, but them’s the breaks. For those of you that do choose to hang around, you all get the big thumb up. Cheers guys To start things off, here’s a pic of my very own 4WD up on #BribieIsland last week, when I got away for a little bit of camping with my awesome wife (aka @thehousedetective). Big thanks to the team at @camp_king_industries for my seriously fine new canopy! . . . . . @canon @queensland @bribieisland #thisisqueensland @QldParks #QldParks @australia #australia @canonaustralia . . . . . #matt_williams_photography
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  • You always know how to make me feel special. How to cheer me up and how to make me feel hope again. You know the right words to say to put a smile ...
  • You always know how to make me feel special. How to cheer me up and how to make me feel hope again. You know the right words to say to put a smile on my face and even when others let me down, you always show up, stand by my side and remind me I am capable of anything. I could never have asked for a better friend, a better sister. I never feel alone because you are always here for me. Thank you, with all my heart for these beautiful flowers. I love you to the moon and back @_lady.b_ #happygalentinesday
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  • Woolloongabba Fiveways, Woolloongabba.
Here we have an early photograph that I took for Passing Time in the early days, though never posted this ar...
  • Woolloongabba Fiveways, Woolloongabba. Here we have an early photograph that I took for Passing Time in the early days, though never posted this arrangement. Instead I posted a three pieced picture that showed the change the had been through from 1900 to the 1920s and on to 2017. Sadly the only building that appears in any heritage register is the Taylor Heaslop Building, which is the tall building to the left. The building was erected in 1890 to the design of John Beauchamp Nicholson and was a set of three attached shops built for Brisbane chemist, Walter Taylor and South Brisbane grocer brothers, James and Thomas Heaslop. The centre shop and the northwest shop belonged to Taylor and were built as an investment while the third shop, the largest of them all was built to house the Heaslop’s highly successful Peoples Cash Store. I can not be certain as to when the verandahs were removed from the building, but they most likely were removed during the 1920s when other buildings in the area were “modernised”. From 1936 onwards Moreton Bay Rubber Works occupied the site for their offices. The small building in front of the Taylor Heaslop Building was built for Brisbane chemist and dentist, Thomas Watson Thomason in 1886. I can not be sure if the building that sits there today is the same, but it does appear to have the upper level verandahs and parapet in the 1920s photograph. It sadly doesn’t appear in any heritage register. The building on the opposite side of Logan Road, which also doesn’t appear in any heritage register, appears to have had the verandahs removed from the Planet Cycles building by the 1920s, while the rest remained. Information found in the heritage register indicates that the shop fronts were remodelled during this period. This area boomed as both a working class residential district and a commercial centre due to the railway line that opened in 1884 and connected South Brisbane to the Ipswich Line at Corinda. The purpose of this railway was to bring coal from West Morton to the ships at South Brisbane.
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  • ☀️❤️☀️❤️ don’t you forget it!😉😚
happy weekend to my followers! ❤️☀️❤️☀️
  • ☀️❤️☀️❤️ don’t you forget it!😉😚 happy weekend to my followers! ❤️☀️❤️☀️
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