This up and lively river town is packed full of atmosphere and exciting things to do. Visit Mount Coot-tha for amazing views that stretch out beyond Moreton Bay whilst displaying a backdrop of mountains. As it’s only a quick drive from the city centre, it’s well worth a visit.
Brisbane offers quirky art scenes, a range of water sports and a historic past whilst owning a hectic modern nightlife for party goers. The people of Brisbane love their sports with many gathering to either The Gabba or Suncorp Stadium for an exciting game of cricket, football, rugby and AFL throughout the year.
During the day, Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary is a wonderful place for all the family; it is the largest Koala sanctuary in the world, all beautifully enclosed in Australian greenery. Take a leisurely afternoon stroll, hand-feed the kangaroos and marvel at the wild lorikeets.
For a slice of Brisbane’s premier lifestyle make sure you visit the populous South Bank; 17 acres of stunning parkland as well as including Australia’s one and only man-made beach. This is the perfect location for a drink, swim or barbecue with friends on a beautiful sunny day. Whilst at South Bank don’t forget to explore the wonderful Queensland Art Gallery – packed full of national and international art objects with many fantastic exhibitions displayed throughout the year.
With all these activities you’re sure to get hungry! Food and drink is a serious matter in Brisbane as the perfect climate allows for a surplus of local fresh produce. Throughout the region everything is on offer from steak, quality beverages to five-star gourmet eateries. If fancy isn't your style rest assured as Brisbane also plays host to alleyway hidden treasures such as Brew and Super Whatnot.
Take your pick of chilling by the beach, discovering hidden talent at the local bars or making new friends at the local parks. Brisbane is the perfect location that maintains a cool Aussie vibe with everything close at hand.
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