Brisbane CBD Attractions

Sixteen hectares of parkland along the Brisbane River opposite the city centre make up the South Bank Parklands, a hotspot for wining, dining and wandering the city. Wander through the floral covered ...
One of Brisbane's premier shopping districts is found along the strip of Queen Street Mall, situated in the city centre. A pedestrian mall encompassing six major shopping centres and more than 700 ret...
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The Barracks

The Barracks

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Brisbane CBD

The Riverside Markets have a large range of quality hand crafted goods, food and entertainment, jewellery and collectables.
Brisbane City Hall is a huge Italianate building covering nearly one hectare of ground and was recently extensively renovated. The Hall includes a 2000 seat circular auditorium and a 98 metre high clo...
Roma Street Parklands are the worlds largest subtropical garden located in a city centre. Walking trails, guided tours and a licensed cafe/restaurant are onsite.
The Queensland Museum is valued as an innovative and exciting and accessible ( ideal for all age groups ) museum of science, enviroment, natural sciences, history and technology.
Established since 1998, Ghost Tours offers unique tours of some of South East Queenslands haunted sites enlivened by historic true stories from the past.
Now a National Park,St Helena Island, this 19th Century prison is the site of Queensland's first penal settlement which opened in 1867 and lasted as such, for 65 years.
The Observatory was built by convicts in 1829 as a windmill. It was later converted into a treadmill for punishing recalcitrant prisoners. After transportation was abolished the building was used as a...
The Botanic Gardens are bordered on three sides by the Brisbane River and is a peaceful reserve of tropical trees and shrubs. Opposite the gardens stands Parliament House, built in 1868 in a style of ...
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