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This building at 264 Kent Street was erected in 1875 and was occupied by J H Bliss, a watchmaker and jeweller, who specialised in the supply and repair of maritime chronometers, barometers, sextants and navigational instruments.
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Around Maryborough's Portside heritage precinct is a series of plaques embedded in footpaths in Richmond and Wharf streets, known as the Achievers Walk.
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The Australian Institute of Marine Science (AIMS) is a leader in tropical marine science.
The Institute is consistently ranked among the top one per cent of specialist research institutions internationally and is known for its unique capacity to investigate topics from broad-scale ecology to microbiology.
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Albert Street Uniting Church has been a Spiritual Home in Brisbane City for over 160 years.
The church is in the decorative Gothic style of architecture to harmonise the style with the requirements of a tropical climate.
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All Saints Chapel is located hillside overlooking gorgeous Catseye Bay on Hamilton Island - Australia's favourite wedding destination!
The All Saints Chapel is non-denominational, which means ceremonies of all religions including Catholic, Uniting, Anglican and many more are welcome.
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The Allan Tannock Weir is situated on the Warrego River five kilometres south of Cunnamulla. There is a picnic area with wood fuel barbecue, swimming and fishing are permitted one hundred metres from the Weir Wall.
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Alpha is branded the 'Town of Murals' due to the 27 colourful murals painted on buildings throughout the town.
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Welcome to An Island Hideaway, the Gold Coast's best kept secret. Their four-acre private paradise hidden away in the beautiful National Park bushland of South Stradbroke Island is the perfect location for your next Gold Coast Wedding, Event or Day Trip.
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Beerburrum, off Steve Irwin Way, was the first and largest of about 24 soldier settlements established in Queensland to help returned soldiers re-enter civilian life as farmers.
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Queensland's first bitumen road connecting Brisbane to a seaside resort was 18 kilometres from Petrie to Redcliffe: it was also the state's longest WWI memorial avenue.
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