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City Guide - Brisbane

Download our guide to the sights and sounds of Brisbane

  • South Bank area has one of the most pleasant atmospheres of any other district of Brisbane. Modern, extremely well-maintained and lined with trendy cafes, restaurants, surrounding parks and an artificial beach, this is a great place to unwind and relax and even swim
  • City Botanic Gardens are located at Gardens Point and are bordered by the Brisbane CBD and the Brisbane River. The gardens are now Brisbane’s oldest and most mature with many rare and unusual botanic species.
  • Lone Pine Sanctuary - The world’s first and largest Koala sanctuary, Lone Pine has more than 130 koalas. Due to Queensland law being the only state in Australia that allows you to cuddle a koala. You'll also have the opportunity to get up close with and hand-feed kangaroos, hold a snake, and view a variety of native birds and animals in scenic natural settings.
  • The Brisbane Story Bridge - This is one of the only three bridges in the world that can be climbed, making it a rare opportunity for visitors to be able to take advantage of.
  • Cruise The Brisbane River - a choice from Brisbane River Lunchtime or Dinner Cruise, Brisbane Sightseeing Tour and Brisbane River Cruises 
  • Whale Watching from Brisbane - one of the best places to observe the annual migration of the Humpback Whale. 

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