Woolloongabba

  • The Renaissance Precinct of Brisbane is located at Woolloongabba. Some say Woolloongabba means "meeting place" in local Aboriginal dialect and certainly for 'The Gabba' (as it affectionately known to locals) and East Brisbane, it's a fitting phrase. On game day, the footpaths that wind from the Central Business District towards the commanding structure that is The Gabba Cricket Ground overflow with fans dressed head to toe in the colours of their favourite cricket or AFL team. Boasting Brisbane's most well-known road and street names outside of the Central Business District, including Vulture, Stanley, Lytton, Logan and Main, Woolloongabba and East

  • The Gabba
    The Gabba

    Built in 1895, the Gabba is an internationally famous cricket ground and an icon of

  • Diamantina Healthcare Museum
    Diamantina Healthcare Museum

    The Diamantina Healthcare Museum displays the history of the site and hospitals where the Princess

  • The Crosstown Eating House
    The Crosstown Eating House

    The Crosstown Eating House is a restaurant and drinks lounge housed in a 1920s two-storey

  • The Norman Hotel
    The Norman Hotel

    The Norman Hotel is currently enjoying its 121st year in operation. For more than 20

  • The Hotel Chino
    The Hotel Chino

    The Hotel Chino has 66 guest rooms and apartments and is a new boutique hotel.

  • 111 Beachfront
    111 Beachfront

    Fantastic beach house located on Tallow Beach just five kilometres south of Byron Bay. Situated

  • Q Resorts Gabba Central Apartments
    Q Resorts Gabba Central Apartments

    Q Resorts Gabba Central Apartments offers convenience, variety and a full range of facilities in

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