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  • Mon to Fri: 9 am - 6 pm / Sat 9 am - 1 pm
  • Top sights

    Mount Coot-tha Lookout
    1. Mount Coot-tha Lookout
    2. New Farm Park
    3. South Bank Parklands
    4. City Botanic Gardens
    5. Brewski
  • The best restaurants

    1. Longtime
    2. Rogue Bar + Bistro
    3. Vege Rama
    4. Siam Samrarn
    5. Julius Pizzeria
  • Popular shopping locations

    Davies Park Market
    1. Davies Park Market
    2. The Dark Chocolatier by the Noosa Chocolate Factory
    3. Eat Street Northshore
    4. Apple Brisbane
    5. Milton Markets


Once established as a penal colony, Brisbane grew into a lively metropolis with a casual flair, elegant sandstone buildings and beautiful parks. Today’s capital of Queensland is characterized by its pleasant subtropical climate and is beautifully nestled next to the Brisbane River, just a few miles west of its confluence with the Pacific. Brisbane is also the gateway to adventure with its wild park, the rain-forested Mount Tamborine plateau or the seaside paradises of Sunshine Coast and Gold Coast with their beautiful sandy beaches.

For families and nature lovers, the Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary with its great residents to cute marsupials, offers a particularly amusing experience. Enjoy a picnic amongst bouncing kangaroos and cheeky koalas which even nibble out of your picnic basket. Or stroll in the footsteps of Steve Irwin. The Australia Zoo, where the famous “Crocodile Hunter” was working in his lifetime, is located a main attraction of Brisbane. For those visitors who enjoy a bit of thrill, the Brisbane Story Bridge should be a real highlight. Experience the city from the top, meanwhile climbing up the famous bridge – equipped with headphones for background information. – No matter what you choose, Brisbane will welcome you with open arms and Brisbane’s famous joie de vivre.

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