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Lake
“..and there are sushi and awesome coffee shops around. There is also free Wi-fi in the park.”
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Cafe
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Street Address
“Sandgate Public Pool, General area for Kite Surfers. Flinders Parade has Fish & Chips shops and generally a great place to walk along the bay and have a picnic. ”
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Home Goods Store
“Local homewares, furniture, jewellery, and gift store around the corner from our studio.”
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School
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Locality
“Sandgate is a coastal suburb in Brisbane, Australia, 16 kilometres north of the Brisbane CBD. The town became a popular escape for the people of Brisbane in the early 20th century. andgate is situated on the coastline, along Bramble Bay. It is connected to the Queensland Rail City network. The western border of the suburb is marked by the Gateway Motorway. A large section to the west of the suburb is known as the Deagon Wetlands which is part of the North East Wetlands of Brisbane. The area was originally known as Cabbage Tree Creek (after the creek).[5] The name Sandgate may have been inspired by Sandgate on the coast of county Kent, England by James Burnett, an early surveyor in the region.[6] Sandgate in Kent had a military camp, Shorncliffe Camp, on top of the cliffs adjacent to it. Sandgate in Brisbane also has an adjacent suburb called Shorncliffe. Sandgate has a number of heritage-listed sites, including: 1 Bowser Parade: former Sandgate Post Office 5 Brighton Road: former Sandgate Town Hall 6–8 Flinders Parade: former Sandgate Baptist Church 8 Seymour Street: Sandgate War Memorial Park 138 Flinders Parade: Broadhurst, Sandgate Most of Sandgate's facilities are located along Brighton Road, the main street in Sandgate, which include numerous banks, shops, services and a small shopping centre anchored by a Woolworths supermarket. Woolworths previously traded adjacent to the site of the centre until the opening of the new store in February 2009. The old Woolworths site has been redeveloped as an Aldi supermarket, opened in December 2013. The Sandgate railway station on the Shorncliffe line is a short walk from these facilities. The Brisbane City Council operates a public library at 1 Seymour Street. The Sandgate & District Historical Society & Museum is at 150 Rainbow Street in a building that was formerly Mohoupts’ General Store and a local funeral business. Recreational facilities in Sandgate include numerous parks, walking and bike tracks, and a municipal swimming pool on Flinders Parade. The Sandgate Golf Club is located in Allpass Parade, Shorncliffe. In 2005 Surf Connect Watersports Centre opened at 170 Flinders Parade. Other than kayak rentals, they introduced the sport of kitesurfing, windsurfing as well as standup paddling to the area. Sandgate is now a much more colourful and exciting village as a result of these water activities. There is a popular and well-equipped Police and Citizens Youth Club (PCYC) located next to playing fields at the western end of Kempster Street. It runs regular Blue Light Discos and other social events, and is a centre for gymnastics, martial arts training and other sports. Operating out of the PCYC is the Shorncliffe Pottery Club which started in nearby Shorncliffe over 30 years ago, and after some years at Sandgate Town Hall relocated to the PCYC. The club holds an annual exhibition named Expressions at Sandgate Town Hall each October, as well as participating with other local arts organisations, such as Sandgate Art Society (SasArt) and the Deagon-based Artrageous, in staging other art and culture events, including those which are part of the Bluewater Festival in the week before Easter each year. The Brisbane to Gladstone Yacht Race starts from Shorncliffe Pier every Easter. It is the highlight of the popular Bluewater Festival of arts and cultural events held throughout the district. ”
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Restaurant
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“Great pizza at a great price - they have great online specials if you join up”
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Establishment
“Good range almost as good as at the Brighton Hotel bottle shop on Brighton Tce”
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Clothing Store
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Restaurant
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