Suzi stays out after dark in Brisbane, Australia.

Brisbane is on the east coast of Australia and is located on the banks of the Brisbane River.

Brisbane has a population of 0ver 2 million people who come from various ethnic backgrounds.

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The sign is correct, it’s Brisbane.
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Brisbane City from Southbank.

The climate in Brisbane can be rather warm and humid of a summertime, but the rest of the year it is very comfortable.

We had stroll around Southbank and checked out some of the lights to be seen at night.

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Wheel of Brisbane

The Wheel of Brisbane is “almost” 60 metres tall. It was opened in 2008.

You get a great view of the city and surrounding areas.

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Victoria Bridge at Sunset

 

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Come and Visit my Store – It’s Now Open!

 

The Brisbane River has a very good ferry service that runs frequently and is a must for locals and tourists to have a “ride” on.

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Riverside Freeway and Casino behind the Freeway
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From the overpass that leads onto Victoria Bridge facing South

If you are into fine food there are heaps of great places on South Bank to eat. There is a train, bus and Taxi service there and it’s an easy walk accross the Victoria Bridge from the city.

 

Plenty of parking and the theme at South Bank is changed often.

Its close to the GOMA, SL and Art Gallery.

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Brisbane lights

There is a Mall that runs through the centre of the city shopping area – the Mall is called the Queen Street Mall.

Talking of royalty – all the streets named after Kings run in one direction and all the streets named after Queens, run over the “king” streets, so its easy to find your way around.

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Bus Stop at the southern end of Victoria Bridge at South Bank
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Yes, you got it, thats Brisbane at night!

Hope you have enjoyed looking at my photos and reading a little about beautiful Brisbane.

Suzi, says “Good Night” and enjoy South Bank and surroundings!

 

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Author: Where did Suzie go?

I'm into creative photography. My passion for photography has taken me to many inspiring places in Australia and overseas, this has gifted me with the chance to captured the essence of people and places along the way. My photographic style is very what I would call - “In the Moment” - in other words as it happens. I look into the ordinary to see and capture the extraordinary. That passing moment that needs to be noticed. That slice of life, "tranche de vie”. You’ve given yourself a chance, you see someone’s story, maybe a forest’s past or then again city’s spirit, all within a simple photo of that fleeting moment. These fleeting moments are much like the look in a persons eyes, the ebb and flow of the waves as they cascade like mist along cliffs, the way light might fall on a building. Miss the moment and you miss the diversity of life. I have been fortunate enough to capture some of these moments, and I would like to share them with you. Explore my works to witness what I have seen, and to experience those fleeting moments.

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