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Various Brisbane and Gold Coast images

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Yay my first post and thread.

Views from Felix

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View of Felix from River City

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Wide River

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Centenery Park - just a big roundabout actually.

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Marriot - and that other tacky piece of crape, willhara.

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More tacky things..?

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Surfers!!!! I could live with views like this.

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Looking back towards Brisbane - you can just see tower of terror!

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Just stuck out there - Suburban Office Building at Bundall.

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Open spaces and balconies forever.

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Some of Queenslands most expensive real estate down there!!!

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I think we know what this is.

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I've said it before and I'll say it again - Q1 looks amazing from the suburbs.

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More Various Brisbane

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Welcome to UP and like Allan said, awesome pics! I didn't know that Brisbane was that built up!

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It never ceases to amaze me how up-to-date the pics from realestate.com.au are :o

BTW The scraper u/c on the riverside in Brisbane is Riparian Plaza, a mixed use tower:

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The tower u/c on The Gold Coast is Q1 (an ideal render that doesn't display the cladding of which it is actually getting but the height perspective is spot on):

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I love that bridge. I didn't realize Brisbane had a signature span (guess the Sydney Harbour Bridge kinda outshines everything else on the continent). What's the bridge called.

oddly my iTunes is set to random and decided to give be two in a row from down under while veiwing this thread, INXS and Neil Finn :)

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Sorry for taking so long to visit this section, but welcome to UP, JayT.  I really enjoyed your tours.  I have heard of Brisbane, but this is the first time that I have seen such a collection of photos from what looks to be a great city.  I also like the Gold Coast part.  Maybe I will get to visit one day.

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Gosh thanks everyone. Sorry for the 'post and run' but I have had quite a lot to do at uni of late and one forum is enough.

I will endevour to visit more often.

Jason.

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Gosh thanks everyone. Sorry for the 'post and run' but I have had quite a lot to do at uni of late and one forum is enough.

I will endevour to visit more often.

Jason.

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Hey JayT :)

Firstly I can empathise with your University obligations as I study Architectural Technology @ TAFE, Ultimo Campus in Sydney. We have so much work including drafting in the traditional ways i.e. Draftings by both on paper and also on computer i.e. CAD.

Also you are proving to be an invaluable contributor to this site. Make sure you will endeavor to visit this site more often and keep to be a regular updater.

Regards

Delta :)

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I love that bridge. I didn't realize Brisbane had a signature span (guess the Sydney Harbour Bridge kinda outshines everything else on the continent). What's the bridge called.

Well firstly, the largest bridge in Brisbane is known as The Story Bridge.

Statistics @ Info:

-Construction started: May 24, 1935

-Opened for traffic: July 6, 1940

-length of main river span: 924ft/281.6m

Pics:

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Brisbane really has some neat looking skyscrapers! What is the population of the city?

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It's the 3rd largest capital city in Australia (in the most north-eastern State of Queensland) fastly aproaching 2 million, including what we call "Greater Brisbane".

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It never ceases to amaze me how up-to-date the pics from realestate.com.au are :o

Very Nice Pics! By the way every city should have a site as detailed as that one!

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