Sunday, 15 January 2017

Views around the city of Brisbane, Queensland, Australia - September 2016.

Views around the city of Brisbane, Queensland, Australia - September 2016.

Brisbane  is the capital and most populous city in the Australian state of Queensland, and the third most populous city in Australia. The Brisbane central business district stands on the original European settlement and is situated inside a bend of the Brisbane River, about 15 kilometres (9 miles) from its mouth at Moreton Bay. To read more about Brisbane, click here:

This film features a detailed city tour around Brisbane including the CBD, Spring Hill, South Brisbane, South Bank, Brisbane Botanical Gardens, Raby Bay, Cleveland Point, Redcliffe and Woody Point.

Identified locations within the film are as follows: City Reach Boardwalk; Brisbane River; City Botanic Gardens; Queensland University of Technology, Gardens Point Campus; QUT Art Museum; Speakers’ Corner; Queensland Parliament; George Street; Queen Street; Queen Street Mall, Edward Street; ANZAC Square; ANZAC Memorial; Forme de Mito; Turbot Street; King Edward Park; City Tabernacle Baptist Church; Wickham Terrace; Spring Hill; Brisbane CBD; Wharf Street; Cathedral Square; Ann Street; St. John’s Cathedral; The Guardian; Eagle Street; Customs House; Oakwood Hotel; Story Bridge; Ivory Lane; Venus Rising; Kangaroo Point Park; Skyneedle; South Brisbane; Musgrave Park; Edmondstone Street; Vulture Street; Gladstone Street; Ernest Street; Tribune Street; Urbanest Student Accommodation; South Bank Station; Melbourne Street; Queensland Museum & Sciencentre; South Bank; Wheel of Brisbane; The Arbour; Griffith University Queensland; South Bank Parklands; Clem Jones Promenade; South Bank Lagoon; Epicurious Garden; Confucious Statue; South Bank 3 Ferry Terminal; Brisbane CityHopper; Grey Street; Brisbane Botanic Gardens; Moutn Coot-tha; Raby Bay; Cleveland Point; Wellington Point; Captain Cook Park; Redcliffe; Redcliffe Jetty; Opto; Redcliffe Parade; Bee Gees Way; Charlish Park; Settlement Cove Lagoon; Settlement Cove Park; HMQS Gayundah wreck; Woody Point; and Woody Point Jetty.

This is the second Brisbane city tour film that I have made, my previous film from September 2015 can be found here:

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