Discover tours, attractions and activities for your next adventure
Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary
This is the largest and oldest koala sanctuary in the world and consists of kangaroos, koalas, wombats, Tasmanian devils, echidnas, reptiles and a platypus. Tourists who visit the sanctuary are welcome to hold the adorable koalas but not for more than half an hour. They are also allowed to pet and feed the kangaroos who roam unrestricted in the sanctuary. The fees that the visitors pay for the souvenir photos are spent on research projects, eucalyptus plantations, and new enclosures. One of the primary attractions of this sanctuary is the vibrant variety of birds that include parrots, cockatoos, kookaburras, lorikeets and more.
Brisbane Botanic Garden
Globally recognized as the foremost botanical garden that arranges geographical and thematic displays of different gardens, the Brisbane Botanic Garden boasts of themed sections like the scented garden, arid zone, bamboo grove, tropical greenhouse, Japanese garden and the most massive assortment of native Australian rainforests. Tourists who visit the botanical garden are treated to workshops, events, displays, exhibitions, walks, bus tours and more.
The leading cultural and lifestyle destination of Brisbane is South Bank Parklands. It is one of the most leading tourist destinations owing to the lush verdant Parklands, internationally recognized restaurants and outlets, stunning views of the blue Brisbane River and hundreds of fantastic tourist events that are held all through the year to relax and enjoy.
City Botanic Garden
This is the original botanical garden of Brisbane that features a host of tourist attractions like the Bamboo Grove, Riverstage, Weeping Fig Avenue, ornamented ponds and several more. Located near the Brisbane River, the City Botanic Garden arranges events and walking tour that attracts tourists from across the globe. It also makes provision for an excellent and picturesque picnic and wedding avenues. The botanical garden includes several unusual and rare species of flora and features a special assortment of bamboo, figs, palms, and cycads. The City Botanic Garden is the most historic, aboriginal, cultural and horticultural landscape of Queensland.
Nightfall Wilderness Camp
Located in Lamington National Park, The Nightfall Wilderness is at a 2-hour driving distance from the west of Brisbane and is the ultimate, magical and mysterious thrill for tourists. The camping features three colossal and luxurious safari tents enveloped by impregnable rainforests, next to the flowing Brisbane River. Globally alluded to as 'The Lost World', the Nightfall Wilderness Camp is one of the most brilliantly crafted eco-retreat and a major tourist destination.
Queensland Art Gallery
Located in the southern bank of Brisbane River, the Queensland Art Gallery features a huge assortment of historical, contemporary and modern art, a dynamic program of international and national exhibitions, a Children's Art Center that exhibits interactive artwork in collaboration with foremost artists and the national Cinematheque which is dedicated to arts and located in the art museum of Australian art.
Brisbane is the beautiful, bright and sunny city of Queensland that boasts of a masterful blend of adventure and art with a rich variety of creative spaces, gorgeous music, exquisite cuisine, splendid music, sun-kissed beaches and picturesque gardens. Explore the golden grandeur of Brisbane in the span of a couple of days or for a few weeks, by delving deep into the eclectic ocean of enriching arts, revel in the happy and serene neighborhoods of Brisbane and make short and idyllic trips to the sun-soaked beaches around Brisbane. Explore the markets of Brisbane for bonafide bargains, unique designs, and tasty treats. Discover the best open-air bars of alfresco cocktails in the heart of the tranquil city. Bathe in the freshwater rockpools and cool waterfalls of Brisbane and don't forget to indulge in the rich and thriving culinary scene of the city.
How to Get Tickets?
Tickets can be purchased online at this website.
How To Get Around?
The Go Card is the most convenient way of getting around in Brisbane. You can avail free bus service. The ferry, bus, railway, cab and rented bike service is excellent
What Should I Wear?
The weather being warm with occasional bouts of rain it is safe to carry light summer clothes with raincoats and waterproof boots. Carry a pair of flipflops for the beaches. Wear summer breezy tops, casual capris and shorts, and swimsuits.
Best Time to Visit
The best time of the year to visit Brisbane is in the months of April and May when the weather is sunny and comfortable, there is almost no rainfall and less crowded.
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Will I Need a Guide?
No need to use any guide, because you can find any information on this site.
How To Get There?
Avail the Airtrain service to travel from the airport in Brisbane to the city center.
Don't miss out on the 60 meters high Ferris Wheel of Brisbane if you want to catch a glimpse of the city's skyline and check out the wonderful cathedrals and churches such as the Albert St Uniting Church and St John's Cathedral etc.