Being one of Brisbane's oldest buildings and few remaining concrete links with its convict past, this is a significant landmark. However, visitors will be disappointed to find it closed and little explanatory signage or other information on the windmill or the adjacent decomissioned reservoirs that fully explain the site's significance and vivid past. This is the fault of the Council who should do something to ensure that this beautifuly maintained and scenic spot can be fully appreciated by visitors. Only go if you have finished seeing the rest of the city sights or are around in late September/early October when the Brisbane Open House event is held and visitors can go inside the first floor even though the interior is stark bare with nothing to see and no access to the top.
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