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The Brisbane central business district (CBD), officially gazetted as the suburb of Brisbane City and colloquially referred to as the city, is the heart of the state capital of Queensland, Australia. It is located on a point on the northern bank of the Brisbane River. The triangular shaped area is bounded by the Brisbane River to the east, south and west. The point, known at its tip as Gardens Point, slopes upward to the north-west where the city is bounded by parkland and the inner city suburb o...
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St Johns Wood is a locality within the suburb of Ashgrove in Brisbane, Australia. A small residential pocket at the base of Taylor Range, it is embraced by a loop of Enoggera Creek and by the Ashgrove Golf Club, Brisbane City Council Reserve and the Enoggera Barracks. The locality was originally inhabited by the Indigenous Turrbal people before it opened up to European settlement during the second land-sales of the district in 1858, with the homestead called St Johns Wood House (also known as Gr...

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Westfield Chermside is the third-largest shopping centre in Queensland to Westfield Carindale and Westfield Garden City, located in Brisbanes inner northern suburbs, the Sixth-largest in Australia, behind Highpoint Shopping Centre, Westfield Fountain Gate, Westfield Carindale, Westfield Garden City and Chadstone Shopping Centre all located in Melbourne, and is operated by the Westfield Group. Entertainment facilities include an Event Cinemas 16-screen cinema complex and a 26 lane Hyperbowl Bowli...
 Craigslea State High School is a public secondary school located in Chermside West in the northern suburbs of Brisbane, Australia. The school first opened in 1975^ and was officially opened in 2000 by the honourable Dean Wells. The school is situated next door to Craigslea State Primary School and some facilities, such as the swimming pool, are shared between the two schools. It is also reputedly the first completely low-set public secondary school in Queensland and several of the buildings entr...
 
 

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  The General Post Office (abbreviated: GPO) in Brisbane, Queensland, in Australia is a heritage-listed post office located at 261 Queen Street in 1872 and extended through to Elizabeth Street in 1908. It is still in use by Australia Post. Opposite the GPO building is Post Office Square.  

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