Around the suburb we stayed. I couldn’t have asked for a better location and quality of accommodation, given our budget and lack of knowledge of the area! From our balcony, we were treated to daily views of the sunrise and sunset.
We were also walking distance away from the supermarket, and the hospital where we did our placement.
Thank you Woolloongabba, for making our Brisbane experience such a scenic and convenient one:)
On the morning before my flight back to Sydney, I managed to squeeze in time for one more cafe 🙂
One thing I definitely miss about Brisbane (apart from the weather): less-than-5-minute-walk-away cafes!
More vintage, more old, more beauty.
With so many old houses, vintage shops and sloping hills, it was hard not to fall in love with this suburb and spend the bulk of my Sunday afternoon walking around the area.
I was lured to this space by the vibes of the suburb, and the promise of a gingerbread man to go with my coffee.
Only in Brisbane, where people can still wear shorts and t-shirts in winter.
Only in Brisbane, where it is not considered uncommon to sell and eat snow cones in winter.
Only in Brisbane, can the weather change within suddenly, resulting in the most dramatic downpour just a few minutes after these pictures were taken.