This is obviously the oldest building in Brisbane, and if you have already seen it, it is worth seeing. Regrettably, you cannot go in, but as long as climbing from the city to the mountain is a good exercise, so this is not a completely futile exercise. Go there, see the old windmill, then go to the nearby Roma Street Park, and explore the garden.
This is one of the oldest buildings left in Brisbane built by prisoners-the other is the granary on George Street. The old windmill stands in the local "first" position-it has witnessed everything from hanging to protests to weather warnings to Brisbane's first place to transmit television signals. Can't walk in right now, but it's worth spending 20 minutes walking up the mountain-the good thing is that you can see what Brisbane once was. A lot of Brisbane’s history was unfortunately destroyed, but this beautiful thing survived, and after 188 years, it is still the jewel in the crown. This is a must-see attraction for all history lovers.
The old windmillI came across the windwill while out walking a grand old tower in great condition it was a shame we couldnt get in side to look at it or the view from the top great part of Brisbrane history the surrounding gardens were gorgeous and well kept and a nice walk down Jacobs ladder
Only the base of an old windmill is blue, which should be brushed up later. As a consultation point here, you can also buy tickets to board the windmill. There are a dozen windmills standing steadily on the winding mountain roads, and they seem to be quite flavorful. I just met a group of kindergarten children who came here for a spring outing, sitting on a picnic under the windmill. The teacher dressed like Snow White. It was a beautiful scene~~~
This 170-year old windmill built on sand and rock is the oldest building in Brisbane. Beginning in 1828, the prisoners deported by the British to settle in Australia began to build windmills along the Brisbane River to obtain power to grind wheat and corn, and to make food for later young punished migrants. This is also the hard work of prisoners in history. Strong witness.
The old stone windmill is quite well preserved, and there are fewer tourists in the group. It’s a good memorial.
Preston_Dominguez: Wickham Terrace, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended South Bank Parklands,Story Bridge,Brisbane City Council,Kangaroo Point,City Botanic Gardens