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8Apr 2014
Apr 8, 2014

Brisbane: Top 10 Things to Do in Brisbane

Visit Southbank

Southbank Parklands is a  family-friendly parklands and provides the perfect setting for a great day out. With riverside cycling and walking paths, lush gardens, a beautiful inner city beach, a great range of dining options and vibrant shopping, there is something for everyone to enjoy!

 

River Cruises

View the sights of Brisbane from the river aboard one of the many river cruises including the Mirimar, River City Cruises or the Kookaburra River Queens

 

Australian Wildlife

Have a photo taken with a koala, feed the kangaroos, and see and learn about Australia’s wildlife at  Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary – the world’s first and largest koala sanctuary.

 

Brisbane Lookout

See amazing panoramic views of Brisbane City as far as Moreton Bay at the Mt Coot-tha lookout. Enjoy the spectacular views by day or night, or both!

Adventure

For a more active and fun adventure head down to Riverlife Adventure Centre. Here visitors can kayak or stand up paddle board down the Brisbane River, abseil or rock climb the Kangaroo Point Cliffs, or hire a bike or rollerblades…

Shopping Fix

Brisbane offers a variety of shopping arcades, malls, local boutiques and luxury high-end fashion options. The Queen Street Mall is just one of the must do’s for shopping in Brisbane.

 

Adventure Climb

The Story Bridge Adventure Climb runs at dawn, day, twilight or night and is one of only three bridge climbs in the world.

 

XXXX Brewery

The XXXX Brewery is located in Milton and offers visitors a tour of the Ale House with the opportunity to taste the local favourite brew. If you love beer or want to learn about XXXX’s origins the XXXX Brewery Ale House is the place to visit.

 

 Live gig in the Valley

Fortitude Valley is a special dedicated entertainment precinct and is a place to go to watch live music and listen to great performers and bands.

Explore

There are many places to explore in Brisbane including the Queensland Cultural Precinct in South Bank. Here visitors can watch theatre at the Queensland Performing Arts Centre, view art displays at the Queensland Art Gallery and  Gallery of Modern Art, and visit the State Library and the Queensland Museum.

 

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