Built in 1828 the windmill, on Wickham Terrace, is Queensland’s oldest remaining European-built structure and one of only two remaining convict built structures in Brisbane.
People from smaller countries are surprised at the distances we drive.
The first time Jacqui and I tried to visit Government House on Brisbane’s Open House weekend it poured. Not just a little shower … torrential, bone-soaking rain.
The 2nd time I had to head home on the day it was open.
So this year I took an extra 2 days leave to coincide with my visit to family and waited for bookings to open. Not all buildings need to be booked, but the two that I most wanted to see – Government House and Tower Mill – did.Continue reading