Einbunpin Lagoon is a small, but beautiful lagoon only two minutes walk from the Sandgate train station. The black duck, ... More
Einbunpin Lagoon is a small, but beautiful lagoon only two minutes walk from the Sandgate train station. The black duck, swamp hen, lotus bird and dab chick are just some of the migrating bird life that call Einbunpin home. In 1994, a bridge crossing the lagoon was opened to enable closer views of the wildlife. There are plenty of seats around the lagoon, or alternatively you can cross the road and enjoy the plentiful shops, cafes and eateries. It is one of the most gorgeous natural spaces of Queensland.
Include a look at this 1889 Classic Revival building in your Brisbane River boardwalk stroll and find nestled among the
palms a gracious, white three story building. First used for the Australian United Steam Navigation Company, it adjoined the ...
The Brisbane River played an important role in the urbanization of Brisbane, and today it contributes to the enjoyment of
an outdoor lifestyle that many Brisbanites thrive upon. In the late 1800s and early 1900s Brisbane's maritime industry was ...
Since the Gardens' opening in 1976, more than 52 hectares has been developed to represent plant varieties from around the
world. Attractions include the Fragrant Plant and Herb Garden; the Exotic Rainforest; Japanese Garden; Tropical Dome Display; Arid Region ...