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Ipswich Workshops

The Workshops Rail Museum in Ipswich is located at Australia’s oldest railway workshops still in operation. The 150-year-old workshop offers a wholly interactive...

Sandstone Point Hotel Rodeo

Once a year, Sandstone Point Hotel, about 50 minutes north of Brisbane and just a stone’s throw from Bribie Island, hosts its very...

Toogoolawah

For a little town, Toogoolawah has a lot of history. The small community in the Brisbane Valley was once at the centre of...

Circus classes fit for an Olympian

She’s one of Queensland’s darlings of the swimming pool.  A multi-Olympic medal winner who’s on the road to Rio. Emily Seebohm is also...

Macleay Island Arts

Macleay Island in Redland City is gaining a reputation as one of south east Queensland's most creative destinations. Located just 30 kilometres from...

Brisbane’s Oldest Surviving Home

Newstead House is one of Brisbane’s grandest homesteads and the city’s oldest surviving home. It’s open Friday to Sunday and offers a window...

Women’s Fitness Adventure

Yvonne Shepherd is the principal behind Women’s Fitness Adventures – a business designed by women for women that empowers them to get active...

Barefoot fun on Straddie

Every part of Queensland has their own colourful characters. And on North Stradbroke Island, that person would be Barefoot Dave. Dave owns and...

Food and wine cruise with P&O

P&O’s food and wine cruises depart from Brisbane and spend two full days at sea off the south east corner. The cruise is designed...

Festival of Sails

There’s plenty on for kids during school holidays on the Redcliffe Peninsula. The Moreton Bay Boat Club holds week long sailing camps for...

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