Officially named the AMP Centre, the AMP Place is a gold-coloured skyscraper located in the heart of Brisbane's central business district. It can be seen from most parts of the city and is known locally as 'The Gold Tower'. When the skyscraper was completed in 1977, it was Brisbane's tallest building. It consists of 35 floors and is 135m (443ft) high. The Architect was Peddle Thorp & Walker Pty. Ltd. ...more on Wikipedia about "AMP Place"
Anzac Square Arcade is on the corner of Edward Street and Adelaide Street, and next to Anzac Square (from which the Arcade derives its name), in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. ...more on Wikipedia about "Anzac Square Arcade, Brisbane"
Anzac Square, which is dedicated to the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (the "Anzacs"), is located between Adelaide Street and Ann Street, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. ...more on Wikipedia about "Anzac Square, Brisbane"
The Aurora Tower is a skyscraper in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. ...more on Wikipedia about "Aurora Tower"
Comedy plays performed in the Brisbane Arts Theatre include: "Habeas Corpus" by Allen Bennett, and "Pass the Butler" by Eric Idle, and also " A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum", as well as What the Butler Saw by Joe Orton. ...more on Wikipedia about "Brisbane Arts Theatre"
Brisbane City Hall is the seat of the Brisbane City Council and is located adjacent to King George Square, where the City Hall has its main entrance. The City Hall also has frontages to both Ann Street and Adelaide Street, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. ...more on Wikipedia about "Brisbane City Hall"
The Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre, is located on the site of the former Interstate railway station in South Brisbane near the South Bank Parklands, Brisbane in Queensland, Australia. The building is adjacent to South Brisbane Railway Station. ...more on Wikipedia about "Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre" I wish I had a http://www.shortopedia.com.
The Brisbane Cricket Ground (commonly known as The Gabba) is a sporting ground which is located in the Brisbane suburb of Woolloongabba, Queensland, Australia. ...more on Wikipedia about "Brisbane Cricket Ground"
The Brisbane Trades Hall is the Trades Hall building in the Australian city of Brisbane. It is used by the Queensland trade union movement for meetings, offices, social and educational events, and is the location of the Trades and Labour Council, now known as the Queensland Council of Unions. The foundation stone of the original trades hall in Edward street, North Brisbane, was laid on 4 April 1891 by Sir Charles Lilley. ...more on Wikipedia about "Brisbane Trades Hall"
Brisbane Transit Centre, on Roma Street, Brisbane, is adjacent to the
Roma Street Parkland and the Brisbane Magistrates Court, and opposite to the Roma Street Magistrates Court. ...more on Wikipedia about "Brisbane Transit Centre"
Central Plaza One is the second tallest skyscraper in the city of Brisbane. ...more on Wikipedia about "Central Plaza 1"
Customs House is in Queen Street, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. Customs House was opened in 1889, and was originally used for the collection of Customs duty. ...more on Wikipedia about "Customs House, Brisbane"
On completion, the Emerald Tower in Brisbane will become Brisbane's tallest skyscraper. The tower will consist of both commercial and residential status and will contain five-star luxury apartments and penthouses. ...more on Wikipedia about "Emerald Tower"
General Post Office, also known as the GPO, is located between Queen Street and Elizabeth Street, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. ...more on Wikipedia about "General Post Office, Brisbane"
Government House, Queensland is located in the Brisbane suburb of Bardon, in Queensland, Australia. ...more on Wikipedia about "Government House, Queensland"
The John Tonge Centre (commonly referred to as the JTC) is the mortuary for Queensland Health Scientific Services (QHSS) and responsible for conducting autopsies in Brisbane (and much of South-East Queensland in Australia) on people whose deaths make them subject to the Coroner's Act. Such deaths include accidents, suicides, homicides, deaths during surgery and anything for which a doctor is unwilling to issue a medical cause of death certificate for. The John Tonge Centre performs some 1200 autopsies annually. ...more on Wikipedia about "John Tonge Centre"
King George Square is a public square, located beween Adelaide Street and Ann Street (and between two sections of Albert Street), in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. Adjacent to King George Square is Brisbane City Hall ...more on Wikipedia about "King George Square, Brisbane"
The Law Courts Complex is located in George Street, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. ...more on Wikipedia about "Law Courts, Brisbane"
The MacArthur Central Building was established in 1849 on the corner of Queen Street and Edward Street, in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. From 1942 to 1944, during World War II, the building housed the South West Pacific Area Headquarters under General Douglas MacArthur. The building was later renamed in his honour. ...more on Wikipedia about "MacArthur Central, Brisbane"
Currently (as at 2005), the Musgrave Park Cultural Centre is under consturction, in collaboration with the local Indigenous community and the Musgrave Park Cultural Centre Inc. ...more on Wikipedia about "Musgrave Park cultural centre, Brisbane"
The Myer Centre is between the Queen Street Mall and Elizabeth Street in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. The Myer Centre opened in the mid 1980's. Myers originally extended from Queen Street to Adelaide Street, from the early 1900's, before the present Myer Centre shopping complex was built. ...more on Wikipedia about "Myer Centre, Brisbane"
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Newstead House, in Newstead Park, was built in 1846 in Newstead, a suburb of Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. ...more on Wikipedia about "Newstead House"
* Story Bridge — a cantilever bridge connecting Fortitude Valley to Kangaroo Point. Constructed, like the Sydney Harbour Bridge, as a public works program during the Great Depression, the Story Bridge is the home of the River Festival and is lit up at night. Bridge climbs are becoming a major tourist attraction. ...more on Wikipedia about "Notable buildings and structures in Brisbane"
The old Executive Building is situated next to Queens Gardens, with frontages also on George Street and William Street, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. ...more on Wikipedia about "Old Executive Building, Brisbane"
Completed in 1862, the first Government House is located within the grounds of the Queensland University of Technology Gardens Point campus, in Brisbane. ...more on Wikipedia about "Old Government House, Queensland"
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