Guess Where - Brisbane #6

This might prove to be a tricky one, or might be really easy, just depends on how observant people are.

Guessed by Cyron. It's next to St Stephen's Cathedral next to the covered walkway between Elizabeth and Charlotte Sts.

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Comments

  • -spam- said:
    Gallery Of Modern Art?
  • David de Groot said:
    'fraid not.
  • Tim Christie said:
    casino?
  • David de Groot said:
    Wrong again.

    Obviously this is trickier than I thought ;-)
  • -spam- said:
    is it inside somewhere or out on the street?
  • David de Groot said:
    Out in the street (well, outside anyway)
  • -spam- said:
    If it isnt in the CBD, ill have even less of an idea where or what it is.
  • David de Groot said:
    It's definitely in the CBD. :)
  • -spam- said:
    Something that is permanent and has always been there or something temporary that hasnt been there long?
  • David de Groot said:
    Well it looks fairly permanent, but I only found it today. It's probably been there for at least 3 years (quite likely longer).
  • Misteriddles said:
    Damn! Looks familiar but I just can't place it.
  • David de Groot said:
    It's one of those things that might be easily overlooked because of the size of the other things around it.
  • smurfie_77 said:
    Is it in the Roma Street Parklands?
  • David de Groot said:
    Sure isn't.

    It's in the actual CBD (Roma St parklands is kinda fringe). :)
  • Dot_with_the_lot said:
    Follow the golden brick road...
  • Cyron said:
    St Stephens, on the rocks towards the AMP building

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    Seen in Guess Where Brisbane? (?)
  • David de Groot said:
    And we have a winner :)
  • Margot- said:
    Hmm..I thought these are anthills. (o^^o)
  • David de Groot said:
    hehehe I think it's meant to be a depiction of the upper reaches of the River Nile or something... something religiously significant anyway, since it's outside a Catholic Cathedral.