Mark Bulley

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Memories of old Kangaroo Point

Some years ago, the Kangaroo  Point Neighbourhood Watch group produced a Heritage Walk booklet detailing a trail around Kangaroo Point visiting the many existing heritage locations.  The booklet is available for a gold-coin donation. Try the Medley Café, next to Yungaba on the east side of Kangaroo Point (incidentally a great place for coffee or […]

2017-11-19T09:02:18+00:00

A snapshot of Vera on Moray Street

During the late 1880s and early 1900s, New Farm, and especially the area around Moray Street, was the place to be—a sort of semi-rural retreat for politicians, lawyers, wealthy merchants, and property speculators.

Of the many fine residences that once graced leafy Moray Street in those days, only a handful have survived including the recently restored […]

2017-10-21T13:48:30+00:00

November Meeting – Year of Disaster: Brisbane 1864 – date change to 18th Nov

18th November 2017 | 10am-12noon

1864 was such a terrible year for Brisbane.

If you could ask a Brisbane oldtimer about 1864, he would tell you that it was a dreadful year: “The town endured a cyclone and flood, then an outbreak of typhoid, not forgetting three major fires that destroyed most of Queen Street.”

2017-11-12T09:17:27+00:00

October meeting – The Brisbane Hospital (RBWH): 150 years at Herston

28th October 2017

This year, the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital celebrates 150 years of  nursing and midwifery, so the timing is perfect for Dr Cliff Pollard to recount some of the highlights of this venerable  institution.

The first public hospital in Brisbane was established on 12 January 1849 near the site of the recently-demolished Supreme Court […]

2017-10-31T05:27:26+00:00

Presidents Report – Your office holders for another year

by Ross Garnett

Many  thanks to those who attended the Annual General Meeting in August.

I have listed below the new committee for the 2017-2018 year.

Special thanks to Barry Martin as he retires from the committee. Barry has meticulously kept the membership list up to date for several years— however, you will be pleased to know that […]

2017-09-25T08:30:40+00:00