Sunny Sandgate

As part of my 30s list, I trekked to Sandgate for ceramics painting at Tea and Bisque It (PS. Super fun!!).  Sandgate is a bit of a hidden gem to me.  Despite living in Brisbane my whole life, I’m rarely on that side of town and I had only had been there once before.  It’s a really pretty main street area and waterfront parkland.   It’s a scenic tourist drive for a reason.

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