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Discover Brisbane on sightseeing tours

The city wait for you to come and explore

List of the most interesting sights in Brisbane

Adelaide, Tandanya National Aboriginal Cultural Institute

253 Grenfell St Adelaide, SA 5000 Website About Tandanya The Tandanya National Aboriginal Cultural Institute, usually referred to simply as Tandanya, is an art museum in Adelaide. Tandanya is the trading name of the National Aboriginal Cultural Institute Inc., incorporated in 1989 as a community-controlled, not-for-profit organisation. Tandanya specialises in promoting Indigenous Australian art, including visual art, music and storytelling. Tandanya is the Kaurna (pron. Garna) word for ‘place of the Red Kangaroo’. The Kaurna people are the traditional owners and custodians of the Adelaide...

Brisbane City Hall

Located between Adelaide and Ann Streets, this is the city’s most significant historical landmark.

Museum of Brisbane

Features one floor of exhibits about the history of the city, and another floor for exhibitions of local artists.

St Stephen’s Cathedral

St Stephen’s Chapel

Is next to the cathedral. It is Queensland’s oldest church

St John’s Cathedral

Brisbane Botanic Gardens,

A short walk from the city centre. 1 hour free guided tour Monday – Saturday 11 AM and 1 PM.

Commissariat Store,

One of Brisbane’s oldest buildings. Exhibitions about the city’s history.

Queensland Cultural Centre,

Here you find The Queensland Performing Arts Centre, Queensland Museum, Queensland Art Gallery, Gallery of Modern Art (GoMA) and State Library of Queensland. GoMA regularly hosts exhibitions featuring both internationally famous artistsand many local artists.

South Bank

Former site of World Expo ’88. Features an artificial beach surrounded by parks and with shops, cafés and restaurants. A very popular place.

Queensland Zoo

Located at the Big Pineapple in Nambour.

Parliament House

Historic building from the 1860s, check website for tour program.

Old Government House

Historic building from the 1860s, check website for tour program.

Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary

Koala sanctuary, with over 130 koalas. Cuddle a koala, hand feed kangaroos and see some other Australian animals.

Maritime Museum

Exhibitions on Queensland’s maritime history. See HMAS Diamantina which was a warship during World War Two.

Mt Coot-tha

Brisbane’s tallest mountain. A popular spot with a great view. Home to a Botanical Garden and a Planetarium. Approximately 6 kilometres west of the city centre. The mountain is 287 metres above sea level and forms the eastern extent of the Taylor Range

Sir Thomas Brisbane Planetarium

Located in the beautiful subtropical Brisbane Botanic Gardens.

New Farm Park

Historic park, famous for the long line of jacaranda trees and its large rose gardens that contain hundreds of variety of roses.

Roma Street Parklands

The world’s largest subtropical garden in a city centre is home to 1.800 unique species of plants.

University of Queensland

See the majestic sandstone buildings surrounded by ornamental lakes, Jacaranda lined boulevards and some of the finest architecture. Seeworthy is the Great Court, Art Museum, the Eleanor Schonell Bridge, the Schonell Theatre, the lakes and Wordsmiths Bookshops.

Wheel of Brisbane

Ferris wheel with views of the city from 60 metres. The trip is a 15 minute ride in an climate controlled gondola.

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Brisbane

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Brisbane Airport (BNE)

Brisbane Airport   Australia Airport Website IATA: BNE ICAO: YBBN ARRIVAL DEPARTURES Brisbane's airport is 20 kilometres north-east of the city centre at Eagle Farm. Brisbane's airport has scheduled international services. How to get to and from Brisbane Airport Airtrain connects to the city from the airport every fifteen minutes during peak times and stops at Central, South Bank, Fortitude Valley and Roma Street stations. Travel time to the city stations can be up to 30 mins. CoachTrans shuttle bus to Brisbane City and to the Gold Coast. Pre-booking is adviced. Travel...

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