Must-See Attractions On Your Trip To Brisbane

If you are travelling to Australia, you will want to make sure that you take a trip to Brisbane. It is the third biggest city in Australia and this charming city is next to the Brisbane River, where you can find a unique blend of modern and historic. The weather is great and the people have a casual sophistication that makes it a fantastic city to spend time in. Read on to learn about some of the attractions that you won’t want to miss on your trip.

Museum Of Brisbane

The Museum of Brisbane is located in a historical building that has incredible views of the city. It also allows you to enjoy amazing views of the copper dome and clock tower of City Hall as it is located on the third floor of Brisbane City Hall. You can learn all about the history of Brisbane when you tour the fascinating exhibits in the museum.

Story Bridge Adventure Climb

Story Bridge is a Brisbane landmark. It is unique in that there are only three bridge climbs in the entire world. It was built during the Great Depression and you can experience it no matter what your fitness level is. As long you are over 10 years old you can participate in the two-hour experience. You will climb high above the Brisbane River and enjoy some spectacular city views.

Brisbane's storey bridge

Queen Street Mall

When you are ready to relax and indulge yourself, you will want to pay a visit to the Queen Street Mall. This mall is huge and has over 700 different retailers to visit. You will find the best of local and international retailers and you can find all the latest designer labels here. The mall is pedestrian friendly and there are many heritage arcades to explore. If you are visiting on a Wednesday, you can walk to the bridge end and visit the Farmers Market where you can browse a huge selection of food, produce and flowers. The mall is huge and it is a great place to just wander around and see what you find.

Customs House

Customs House is owned by the University and you can enjoy an educational experience when you visit. It is a great place to walk and there are many different public spaces to explore and there is also a restaurant that has amazing views of the river and Story Bridge. You can sign up for a free tour of the building where you will learn more about the history of the area.

South Bank

South Bank is a beautiful park that has lots of places to walk and multiple plazas to people-watch in. There are many different activities to enjoy here like Streets Beach which is a lagoon where you can swim. You can also take a spin on the huge Ferris wheel where you can enjoy one of the best views of the city and the river.

Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary

This sanctuary is the largest marsupial sanctuary in the world, so if you want to get up close to koalas, you are going to want to spend some time exploring this sanctuary. You will also find plenty of other species like wallabies, kangaroos, wombats and dingoes. There are daily activities for all age ranges where you can see the koalas being fed.

Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary

Brisbane is full of attractions and there is going to be something memorable for everyone on the trip. Whether you want to enjoy fine dining or climb the bridge, you can always find something intriguing to enjoy in Brisbane.

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