Our annual visit in to Brisbane city at Christmas time has become a very fine tradition.
Once again we took the bus in to Southbank and then rode the city cat down the Brisbane River towards the mouth. We alighted at Teneriffe where we stopped at one of the many popular cafes for dinner.
Once it was dark, we were back on to the city cat and we travelled back up the river to enjoy the city lights and the Christmas lights on the many bridges. My favourite is always the iconic Story Bridge however this year, it was one colour only, Red. I guess if you are to choose a single colour for Christmas, red is a pretty good choice.
We left the city cat at North Quay and walked through the city taking in all the magic of the Christmas lights displays, till we finally arrived at King…
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