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Presented by Queensland Sotheby's International Realty For more information go to http://s.sir.com/2oVxrsH There is no finer home to grace the banks of the Brisbane River than this private family residence at 36 Needham St, Fig Tree Pocket. Rivergum Retreat is a 1.2 hectare property offering an idyllic peaceful lifestyle in the city’s leafy western suburbs. Capitalising on a 132m water frontage, the double-storey dwelling faces northeast across lush gardens to the river beyond. Property ID: 5GVC5J
2 Bedrooms from $599,000 2 Baths , Balconies 1 carpark and lock up storage, 3 Bedrooms from $745,000 2.5 Baths, Balconies, 2 Carparks and Lock up storage Contact Anya Coory from Wave Realty on +61(0)407 733 244 or +61 03 388 944 22 email firstname.lastname@example.org www.waverealty.com.au
During World War II, the New Farm and Teneriffe waterfront was used as a US naval base for visiting submarines. As a special commemoration of the submariners, there exists a Submariners Walk Heritage Trail that stretches along 600m of the boardwalk between New Farm and Teneriffe. It is a memorial to the Australian and US submariners who were based at the Capricorn Wharf at Teneriffe during World War II. Five of the US submarines that left Teneriffe to go on patrol never came back – lost with all their crew. About 70 US submarines used the Capricorn Wharf for maintenance and repairs during the war, and for the last three months of 1942 there were as many US submarines operating from Brisbane as from Pearl Harbor.
This spacious waterfront residence has riparian rights and offers a private and relaxed lifestyle. Proudly positioned on an elevated and private 2145m2 allotment in Wellington Point's most prestigious and sought after address. Contact Ian Marshall at Ray White Wellington Point on 0408 229 598 to find out more about this stunning piece of real estate.
Presented by Queensland Sotheby's International Realty For more information go to http://s.sir.com/2sB9MyV Master-built over three majestic levels, this modern mansion provides a luxurious environment in which to pursue an idyllic waterfront lifestyle. Amid the privacy of leafy gardens the home exudes a casual elegance throughout its multiple living areas, broad sunlit terraces and five luxurious bedroom suites. Every appointment for comfort and convenience is at hand, including a gymnasium with sauna that overlooks the heated pool and spa set in immaculate riverfront gardens. Property ID: YHES6R
Hadn't uploaded a video in a while, so I took the camera down to the water and filmed for a little while, quite a nice day.
For our Spring break from uni we decided we wanted to explore Queensland from Brisbane/Gold Coast up to Cairns so this video starts off our Queensland trip! We arrived in Brisbane and checked into the hostel and made friends right away since it was a really sociable hostel. We hung out with our new friends all night and explored Brisbane's night life. The next day we woke up and set out to explore Brisbane ourselves. We decided to aimlessly wander around and were super surprised at what we found (we said we "fell down the rabbit hole"). Turns out, we ventured into South Bank and found the lagoons (free public pools that are gorgeous/made to look like the beach/look like they would be a resort pool) and a beautiful nature/garden walk within the city. After exploring and tanning by the water...
Welcome to one of Brisbane's most luxurious, contemporary masterpieces that simply indulges your senses the moment you enter, showcasing three expansive levels of visionary style and meticulous craftsmanship. Created by eight time HIA Award winner's the TAK Group this home is arguably the best of the limited homes ever to be designed and constructed by them. With awe inspiring architecture, sweeping open spaces, expansive walls of glass, water front location and an abundance of luxury features on offer the home exudes a natural calming aura that surrounds you while walking through all 970sqm of designer living. Features Include: - 4 Spacious bedrooms throughout plus 5th bedroom option on the entry level with its very own ensuite - King sized master suite with expansive views across the...
In the spring of 2015 excavations for a new condo building on Toronto's Bathurst Street turned up the remains of the Queen's Wharf, a fixture of the city's Victorian waterfront. Filmed 31 Mar 2015. A few days later the remains of a 1830s two-masted schooner were found in the same excavation.
The Australian waterfront dispute of 1998 or "The Patrick's Dispute" as it's widely known as was a watershed event in Australian industrial relations history, in which the Patrick Corporation undertook an illegal restructuring of their operations for the purpose of increasing the productivity of their workforce. This dispute involved Patrick Corporation and in particular Patrick CEO Chris Corrigan locking out their workers after the restructuring had taken place, with many of these workers members of the dominant Maritime Union of Australia (MUA). The resulting dismissal and locking out of their unionised workforce was supported and backed by the then Australian Liberal / National Coalition Government. Major events in the dispute occurred in four major ports, where the Patrick Corporati...