Part 11: Brisbane, QLD

We’ve stopped in Brisbane three times during the whole trip (Brisbane-Hervey Bay-Teebar-Brisbane-Townsville).


I’ve been to Brisbane Airport a couple of times now for stopovers, but I’ve never been outside until this trip.

Again, due to bad weather, instead of traveling inland, we decided to head to Brisbane. Brissie’s CBD is huge and is built around and along the river. There were so many things to see and do, but the most appealing to me was their running/cycling trails, which according to T’s aunty,  are actually continuous and accessible to and from most suburbs. People from Brissie were obviously taking advantage of this feature as these trails were very busy when we visited. It was raining (and humid) every now and then, but this didn’t stop people from doing their fitness activities. So there, I loved the temperature, river trails, and the idea that many are into fitness. 💚

On our third trip to Brisbane, I realized how huge the city is. T’s relatives drove us around, and we managed to see different suburbs. We dropped by the Gap, then the Mt Coot-tha Lookout. We also drove to Redcliff for tea and other suburbs for personal errands and meals with more relatives. Just to go from one place to another took so long to drive.

Where did we stay?

Relatives. =)

About Miss_Pia

Neurotic Health-care Professional who enjoys sleeping, running, reading, introspecting, pole art and exploring new things and sometimes, places!
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