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Newstead House


Historic Newstead House is Brisbane's best-known heritage site open for public inspection, offering a number of unique experiences befitting Brisbane's oldest domestic dwelling. The building, dating from 1846, has evolved from a simple Colonial Georgian cottage into the quintessential homestead of today - a style of architecture that draws as its inspiration the bungalow found on the Indian sub-continent.




Breakfast Creek Road,
Newstead Park
Newstead, QLD, 4006

Located 0.3K from Breakfast Creek

Newstead Park Memorials


Newstead Park, on Brisbane River, conceals many stories-including its part in WWI. A memorial trophy cannon unveiled near the rotunda in 1922 caused controversy: an alderman suggested it was an 'emblem of evil' and that the money would be better spent supporting returned servicemen. The cannon was removed in the 1950s, donated to the 9th Battalion-and made way for the Australian American Memorial, one of only two such memorials in Australia, attesting to Brisbane's importance in the Allied victory in the South-West Pacific.

The grounds of Newstead House, Brisbane's oldest surviving residence, also hosted fundraising efforts during WWI. A dolls' carnival in 1917 was a special drawcard, raising money to send 'comforts' to the troops in the trenches, specifically the 25th Battalion.

Newstead House was occupied by the US Army from 1942 through to the end of WWII. The grounds reflect the American occupation and hold memorials to the Australian Navy Corvettes, submariners and Vietnam veterans.




199 Breakfast Creek Road
Newstead, QLD, 4006

Located 0.4K from Breakfast Creek

Palma Rosa


The elaborate Palma Rosa rose up among the slab huts and shanties of a fast growing city of new and freed settlers in 1887. Originally built as a grand private home by notable Italian architect, Andrea Stombuco, Palma Rosa has seen many interesting inhabitants during its 120 years. It now serves as the Headquarters to Queensland Branch of The English Speaking Union who welcomes the public for tours, hosts events and provides travellers' accommodation.




9 Queens Road
Hamilton, QLD, 4007

Located 0.7K from Breakfast Creek

Windsor War Memorial Park


A red light from a bronze lantern beams out at night from a Helidon brown sandstone cenotaph, standing on a high point of a northern thoroughfare leading towards Brisbane's Central Business District.

The octagonal pavilion with its four arches and domed roof was unveiled on ANZAC Day 1925 on behalf of the citizens of Windsor to commemorate local residents who had served in WWI.

This dominating cenotaph, designed by honorary architects FR Hall and WA Devereux and constructed by Peter Frew, is rare among Queensland's WWI monuments because of its octagonal design. Yeronga's Memorial is closest in style in Brisbane.

External corner panels are inscribed with names of some 120 local war dead. Red and blue concrete borders a leaded marble commemorative plaque on the pavilion's floor. Moulded laurel wreath ornamentation encircle the ceiling.

The Windsor War Memorial stands on the site of the original school situated between Lutwyche Road and Roblane Street, Windsor-opposite the former Windsor Town Council Chambers.




311 Lutwyche Road
Windsor, QLD, 4030

Located 1.5K from Breakfast Creek

Nursing Museum RBWH


The Nursing Museum presents a unique collection in a unique setting. Displays depict stories of nurses and nursing from late nineteenth century to late twentieth century - aspects of 'living-in', photographic images, nursing uniforms, textbooks, hospital and clinical equipment, operating theatre equipment, an 'iron lung'. A patient model lends authenticity to the displays.

The Museum is open Tuesdays 11.00am to 2.00pm.





Royal Brisbane Women's Hospital,
Bowen Bridge
Herston, QLD, 4006

Located 1.5K from Breakfast Creek

Queensland Military Memorial Museum


The General Sir Arthur MacDonald, KBE, CB, Annex of The Queensland Military Memorial Museum presents displays of education interest in Queensland's military heritage with uniforms from 1857, medals from the New Zealand (Maori) Wars to present days, photographs from pre-Federation Queensland, weapons from an 1800 'brown Bess' musket to modern firearms and swords including Queensland Defence Force bandsman's items, trench and convalescence art, and other memorabilia of pre- Federation Queensland Defence Force personalities. Queensland raised and later disbanded units of different eras, and of Queensland service personnel of Australia's involvement in peace and war.

Several historical flags are displayed such as the Great War regimental flag of the 26th Australian Infantry Battalion, made by girls at All Hallows' School and the regimental flag of the 2/26th Battalion of the Eight Division, carried after the Fall of Singapore, hidden from the Japanese through Changi and the Burma-Thai Railway. Over 2,000 items displayed.




28 Church Street
Fortitude Valley, QLD, 4006

Located 1.6K from Breakfast Creek

Telstra Museum Brisbane


Visitors are guided through the Telstra Museum Brisbane by ex PMG employees who worked with the equipment during their telecommunication career. Several exhibits are 'hands on' with working manual and automatic phone exchanges, Morse code sets and working pairs of teleprinters (TELEX machines).

Follow the telecommunications evolution from morse code to today's advanced telephone systems. Historic photographs are also on display.




3 Oriel Road,
Corner Sandgate Road
Clayfield, QLD, 4011

Located 1.7K from Breakfast Creek

Breakfast Creek: Events

Success is Not a Secret - It's a System!


Discover how to use your Mind to get the Results you really want!

Maybe you've tried to make changes in the past without success or you feel like you have hit a plateau in your growth and you are looking for your next challenge.

Perhaps you find yourself reflecting 'there has got to be more' or you've been stuck earning the same income year in, year out and you want more, even if what you have is already pretty good!

Maybe you just have a sneaking desire to better yourself, your family, your business, your team or your bottom line. If that sounds like you, then get yourself along to this session.

This is for you! Take the time to discover the full impact of this session and why you should be there.

Karen Brook is a leading consultant with the Proctor Gallagher Institute facilitating Thinking Into Results.

Tickets are free. Enter code SQ1 when you register on the website.

6.40pm Arrival and Registration is at 6.40pm. Session runs from 7pm to 8pm.




Cnr Hunt Street & Kingsford Smith Drive,
430 Lt Collins St,
430 Lt Collins St
Hamilton, QLD, 4000

Located 0.5K from Breakfast Creek

Success is Not a Secret - It's a System!


Discover how to use your Mind to get the Results you really want!

Maybe you've tried to make changes in the past without success or you feel like you have hit a plateau in your growth and you are looking for your next challenge.

Perhaps you find yourself reflecting 'there has got to be more' or you've been stuck earning the same income year in, year out and you want more, even if what you have is already pretty good!

Maybe you just have a sneaking desire to better yourself, your family, your business, your team or your bottom line. If that sounds like you, then get yourself along to this session.

This is for you! Take the time to discover the full impact of this session and why you should be there.

Karen Brook is a leading consultant with the Proctor Gallagher Institute facilitating Thinking Into Results.




Cnr Hunt Street & Kingsford Smith Drive,
430 Lt Collins St,
430 Lt Collins St
Hamilton, QLD, 4007

Located 0.5K from Breakfast Creek

Royal Queensland Show (Ekka)


The Royal Queensland Show, or Ekka as it's most commonly known, is Queensland's largest annual event. Held over ten full days, Ekka showcases life and achievements in the Sunshine State, bringing visitors from all across Queensland and Australia to the heart of Brisbane.

Ekka began in 1876, attracting 17,000 visitors to the grounds and is now Queensland's most celebrated event with an average attendance of 400,000 visitors annually. 2016 marks the 139th show and brings with it a variety of talent, culture, produce, fun and entertainment.


Event Dates
2016
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600 Gregory Terrace
Bowen Hills, QLD, 4006

Located 1.7K from Breakfast Creek

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