Going away on the weekend but don't want to miss out on house hunting? We've got 4 open homes on Thursday night!
4:30 - 5:00pm
15 Romanette Street, Mansfield
5:30 - 6:00pm
20 Romanette Street, Mansfield
6:00 - 6:30pm
12 Begonia Place, Calamvale
6:00 - 6:30pm
7 Slobodian Avenue, Eight Mile Plains
395 Raptor is your best choice to quickly launch and catch some big Murray cod at Lake Eildon! BUY YOUR BRAND NEW BOAT FROM LAKE EILDON MARINE
Watch how our very own, Dr. Frank Rodriguez and AOA Orthopedic Specialists, help two brothers with a long history of shoulder pain return to a pain free life. Link in bio!
Jeff‘s pain would interfere with his everyday activities and goals. Dr. Rodriguez performs an Anthrosurface Procedure. It went so well that Jeff refers his brother, Tim, with similar shoulder pain.
Tim was unable to enjoy playing catch with his son, but after being referred to Dr. Frank Rodriguez and AOA - that all changed!
Shaolin Kung Fu Guan worldwide! Contemplating life atop the Golden Summit in Wu Dang Shan!
Happy birthday to this little peach! Her mama surprised her with this triple!
I mean, I pierced it, but it was totally her idea. 😉🎉🎁🎈❤️
We love to travel and explore Australia every year to be tourists.
A beautiful country we appreciate wherever we go. Safe, clean and always meet lovely people on our journey.
It is part of our market research by staying in different accommodation types to make sure what we offer @buoysonqueens
is the best for our guests.
It was very hard to find what we offer: quiet convenient location, nice comfortable decor, welcome pack, Netflix, decent kitchenette, large landscaped gardens, private outdoors space, homely and private self-contained suite without the owners on site. A home away from home.
Plus you can't beat Mornington Peninsula attractions. We have got it all here.
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3 flood gates now open at #Mansfield
Dam. The dam holds back flood waters from destroying the city of Austin. Lake Travis is now about 30 feet below the level of the spillover way up at the top of the dam. That cement is holding back billions of gallons of flood waters. Lake Austin is below the dam and it flows into Lady Bird Lake (Town Lake) which flows through downtown Austin on its way to the Texas coast.