Brisbane City Landmarks Tour
Take a trip around Brisbane to visit iconic landmarks including the Botanical Gardens, the City Hall and the Story Bridge.
The iconic Southbank was once home to the World Expo 88, filled with canals, bridges and launches. Apparently, you were able to rent out golf carts and take them for a spin around Southbank! Southbank Parklands is now a major part of Brisbane’s cultural precinct brimming with great food, music and offers a relaxing environment to enjoy the leisurely side Brisbane has to offer.
A heritage listed site with lookout views into Brisbane City. Kangaroo Point is a popular tourist destination, mountain climbing and abseiling sport. A spectacular flood light display makes it a worthwhile destination for a nighttime visit. On the bottom of the cliffs, you’ll find electric barbecues and parks, perfect for a morning or evening stroll.
Mt Coo-tha Lookout
The lookout offers breathtaking panoramic views of the city both night and day.
Brisbane’s newest market experience, complete with pleasing aromatics, vibrant textiles and live music. The market opens on Friday and Saturday evenings (4pm to 10pm).
Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary
Lone Pine is the world’s first and largest Koala Sanctuary with over 130 Koalas. Here you can cuddle a Koala and feed a Kangaroo at any time as well as encounter a range of Australian wildlife. All within a beautiful and natural setting.