Two churches n some statues on on one of Brisbane's busiest streets. Go to Roma street parkland instead, or south bank.
If your a historian, expo offificiate or just like me have fond memories of Brisbane's Expo 88 you will appreciate the campsite setting that was originally one of the many Statuettes prominently located through the Brisbane Southbank Expo 88 site. The campsite scene has been recreated outside what was the Department of Primary Industries Building (DPI) in 80 Ann Street.... More
No far from the main mall and some photo opportunities and architecture with a difference when you look up ... Always look up as you walk about as some of the best photographs are up there .
One of the busiest streets of the city, a road that lead from the city centre to extend close to Chinatown. Personally there isn't anything interesting along this road, if not a couple of churches and a park, though it is always pleasure to stroll to admire this corner of the city away from the hustle and bustle.
There are a few figures on the footpath that seem to be timeless but except for two churches on Ann Street there is nothing else but a disgraceful not even billy goat track surface on the excuse of a major city street. Brisbane City Hall renovation is near complete but the ebeutiful fountains have been filled in with concrete and... More
The first street you will hit if you get off the Airtrain from the airport. And if you have done a little homework, you know exactly where you are in Brisbane...Ann Street. It is one street you can use to reorientate yourself in the CBD, and it has many interesting shops and eateries to choose from and parks to rest... More
Perhaps the main arterial in the CBD, Ann Street has a mix of slick offices, small hotels, churches, open spaces, but lots of cars, trucks, buses. The buses make it hard going, but I don't know where else they could go.
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