Guide to Brisbane

Australia’s Brisbane is a sunshine paradise, known for being the gateway for many of the country’s best natural wonders. The city is home to a number of eclectic attractions, with lush rainforests and stunning waterfalls only a short drive away.

Highlights of the Brisbane City

The Wheel of Brisbane

The Wheel of Brisbane

Located in many of the city’s postcards, the Brisbane Wheel creates an enchanting skyline horizon aspect. The state-of-the-art wheel has fully furnished gondolas that guide visitors up about 60 metres, offering 360-degree views of the sparkling city. Food and refreshments are also provided on board so you can sip on a delicious sparkling while you marvel at the city’s sights below.

South Bank

South Bank, Brisbane

Lining the edge of the riverside banks of Brisbane River, are South Bank’s famous restaurants and bars. The streets come alive with music, people, and a delicious grub, letting visitors see the local atmosphere as they tuck into some delicious lunch or dinner, washing it down with a local brew or wine. This area holds an endless number of events throughout the year, giving you glorious activities right next to the sparkling city river.

Streets Beach

Streets Beach, Brisbane

By far Brisbane’s most popular city spot; Streets Beach is a manmade beach equipped with soft sand, sub-tropical plants, and clear sapphire waters. You can enjoy a summer day in this man-made pool to cool off from the city’s notorious humidity, people watching the locals and tourists while you are at it.  

Kangaroo Point Cliffs

For the history buffs, Kangaroo Point is one of Brisbane’s oldest suburbs. Famous for its cliffs, showcasing the stunning natural beauty of the city centre and wildlife. Trek up to the bridge to see the stunning city skyline, while refuelling with a picnic in the lush greenery next to the sparkling river snaking through the region.

Brisbane and Surrounding Locations

Moreton Island

Moreton Island

Right on Brisbane’s doorstep, Moreton Island is a haven of sparkling waters, biodiversity, and stunning golden sands. It’s one of the best places to visit if you are after a stunning day amidst the sand and coral reefs with sunken boats blending with the wildlife just off the coast for you to discover.

North Stradbroke Island

North Stradbroke Island

North Stradbroke Island, also known as ‘Straddie,’ is a place full of unforgettable attractions. As a hub for native wildlife, you can spot some of Australia’s favourites within their natural habitat. The island is also home to a number of historic and cultural sites, giving you not just a stunning holiday, but an informational one.

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