Brisbane-based artist, Claire Stening , creates perfect illusions of real life – her extraordinary attention to detail and colour has an eye-catching exactness. Her works are reminders of the beauty in everyday – the way afternoon light hits a fruit bowl on the kitchen bench, or the funny little things you collect along the way [...]
Only three CityCat stops from the Central Business District, the inner-northern village of New Farm has long been a place to connect with others. Relax in the beautifully shaded surrounds of New Farm Park, where picnickers seem almost permanently perched on deck chairs and checked rugs.
Japanese language only website Based in Melbourne, Australia, NWI Movers specialises in assisting clients either relocating either to, or from, Japan. The company also assists Japanese nationals with moving within Australia and assists with clients wanting to move to or from New Zealand.
The Windsor and Districts Historical Society Inc is based in the former Council Chambers, a quaint old stone building, constructed in 1897 from stone carved out of the nearby Windsor quarry. The old building and quarry are now heritage-listed and can be visited for a glimpse of this fascinating piece of Brisbane history. Visitors to [...]
K-Marketing Based in Sydney, K-Marketing offer a comprehensive range of Japanese marketing services for Australian tourism operators and now also represents Japanese product in Australia seeking to take advantage of the growing influx of Australians wishing to explore traditional Japan.
Established in 2006, NCVS is dedicated to serving the needs of Queensland Veterinarians and their clients, offering specialist surgical and referral-only veterinary services in medicine, ophthalmology and physiotherapy, at the only dedicated facility of its kind North of Brisbane.
Rufus King Seafoods have been spoiling ‘straddie’ goers and locals for over 20 years, supplying the freshest quality seafood North Stradbroke Island has to offer. Located in the quaint fishing village of Amity Point, the north west tip of the island, we’re just minutes from the Amity Point jetty where the local trawlers moor