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Buddha Birth Day Festival

Each year, hundreds of beautiful red Chinese lanterns light up the night sky over Southbank with their fiery glow.  Their appearance signifies the start of the annual Buddha Birth Day Festival, a 3-day event celebrating the birth of the Lord Buddha.  521 more words


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7th January. Unfortunately I couldn’t get a good sleep. Maybe I was really excited about going to Airlie Beach. I left hostel at 9:45am. It was really nice to stay at Noosa. 332 more words

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Landscape. Intertwined

Another landscape influenced by Australian artist Fred Williams. 10 more words

The best picnic spot in Brisbane!

It’s one of those typically gorgeous Brisbane afternoons. The air is crisp and cool, the sun beaming through, casting a warm golden glow over South Bank and our beautiful river city. 788 more words


Koala Heaven

The Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary is one of the most peaceful, happy places I’ve ever visited. The Sanctuary was our top priority for our weekend in Brisbane, and we couldn’t have asked for a better day: sunny, nice breeze, high-70s (I’m still just not getting the whole Celsius thing.) Lone Pine is about an hour bus ride from Brisbane CBD and we were lucky to get on the bus first, because it was quickly packed with (mostly) tourists heading to the land of koalas. 843 more words

The JOHNSON apartment site visit

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