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Mad Bastard in South Bank

On April 30 there'll be a Mad Bastard in Brisbane. His name's Mark Barry and he makes Mad Bastard Wines. ... [read more]

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Carry a Big Stick

Tim Ferguson’s latest book, Carry a Big Stick, is terrific read ... [read more]

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Bruce Springsteen & Hunters

Bruce Springsteen is returning in 2014 for his most extensive tour of Australia ... [read more]

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South Pacific Returns

By popular demand, South Pacific returns to the Sydney Opera House for a limited season. ... [read more]

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disABILITY Awards 2013

Cane & Able Travel has been nominated for the 2013 Toowoomba Business disABILITY Awards ... [read more]

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Time to face up to Facebook

Went to a breakfast seminar this morning on how to use Facebook and You Tube to promote your business ... [read more]

Travel Destinations

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Perth

Relaxed, modern and cheerful with beaches, restaurants, shopping, nightlife, blue skies and friendly people ... [read more]

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Adelaide

A graceful, progressive city where the grand churches seem to look down on naughty Hindley Street ... [read more]

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Canberra

Arguably Australia's most rewarding destination for a few day's break ... [read more]

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Melbourne

Stylish, multicultural, cultured and classy, Melbourne could feel right at home in Europe ... [read more]

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Sydney

Sydney - she's a wonderful, sparkling, brash, flashy, sassy, flirt of a town ... [read more]

Brisbane

Brisbane

Is Australia's most liveable city beautiful one day and perfect the next? Mostly ... [read more]


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Welcome to Cane & Able.

This guide contains info on getting around, great places to visit, events & attractions, entertainment and accessible accommodation.

‘Cane’ refers to people with mobility-related impairments and difficulties in negotiating the physical environment. ‘Able’ relates both to people without mobility restrictions and gimps like me who feel totally and utterly able (with a bit of assistance). Hope you enjoy the visit! Cheers, Ian. more info

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