Tag Archives: Brisbane

Drive-Abouts

Although Mum has not once complained, I know she is struggling. When I ask her how she is, she smiles and says “I’m feeling great”. She’s attended an interstate wedding, numerous birthday parties and of course Christmas celebrations whilst battling … Continue reading

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Eat Street

Set on an old disused container wharf, ‘Eat Street Markets’ is a wonderment of the senses. From aromatic international cuisines and boutique beers, to the enchanting sights and sounds of our live performers, Hamilton Wharf plays host to Australia’s most … Continue reading

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From a Distance

I’m not so much into crowds, preferring to observe from a distance. Events and festivals are great places for photographic material but I like to get in and get out. I can see Brisbane City from where I live in … Continue reading

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Children’s Domain

There’s some really cool stuff around for children’s entertainment and education. The Queensland Museum and Science Centre  in Brisbane is currently exhibiting the Dinosaur Discovery: Lost Creatures of the Cretaceous To infiltrate this domain full of children, mothers, fathers and … Continue reading

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Antarctic Vortex – Apparently

“Freezing Antarctic air is set to bring sub-zero temperatures and an almost even chance of snow to Queensland’s far south. The so-called “Antarctic vortex” sending the mercury plummeting south of the border is due to turn the Sunshine State into … Continue reading

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My Weekend

Friday Evening – Severe weather. Anyone traveling home from Brisbane City on Friday afternoon experienced massive delays due to flash flooding. MM who is now stationed at Queensland Rail’s main yard at Bown Hills took 4 hours and 35 minutes … Continue reading

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Summer Storms in Autumn

Usually by this time of year we would not expect to be having summer storms. After all, it is Autumn. Mother nature is running quite behind this year. Brisbane’s monthly mean maximum temperature for March is 27.38°C. Queensland’s hottest day recorded … Continue reading

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Weather Forecast For This Weekend

Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. Forecast for Saturday 28/2/2015:  Partly cloudy. Medium (50%) chance of showers, most likely in the morning and afternoon. Winds east to southeasterly 15 to 20 km/h tending south to southeasterly early in the morning then turning easterly … Continue reading

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Bring It On Home

We are almost there… one more sleep until Friday. How is your week so far? This storm cell passes over Bramble Bay, Woody Point, Queensland, Australia this afternoon. We were lucky. No damage here but we did get some small … Continue reading

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Storm Season

Don’t you love a good lightning storm? I have always enjoyed storms. My skins prickles up just as it did when I was a child. From Woody Point, Queensland, Australia you can watch the storms roll in from the west, … Continue reading

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