Portside Wharf is an upmarket dockside development, incorporating Brisbane's cruise ship terminal - and its trendy ... More
Portside Wharf is an upmarket dockside development, incorporating Brisbane's cruise ship terminal - and its trendy conglomerate of cinematic, retail and dining options also forms the heart of a burgeoning residential area. Slightly incongruous in semi-light industrial surroundings, the select few boutiques and restaurants here are patronized by locals and international visitors alike, and its compact, disabled-friendly layout is a plus. Fine clothes, shoes, gifts, wine, tea and day spa experiences are on site, complete with free undercover parking. Food-lovers will delight in the array of delectable produce from the “Fresh n Wild” market too.
Ibis Sydney King Street Wharf is all about the location. Enjoying pride of place on the waterfront in the newest
financial district in Sydney, this vibrant hotel offers truly affordable comfort in one of the most desirable locations on ...
Musgrave Park located in the inner city Brisbane is one of the few green spaces that demands a worthwhile visit.
Apart from being home to the Jagera Arts Center, it also hosts the Paniyri Greek Festival, the largest ethnic ...
Positioned on one of the city's finger wharves, this is a great spot to view the Opera House and Bridge.
It is a beautiful glass encased building with wooden beams and rough Huon pine floorboards sitting adjacent to the ...
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