1. Enjoy Scenic Views at Mount Coot-Tha  Summit Lookout

    It is the highest point in Brisbane, allowing tourists to enjoy panoramic views of the city, beautiful rivers, landscapes, and Moreton Bay. This heritage-listed site is located in Mount Coot-tha, Brisbane, and 20 minutes west of the CBD.

    You can visit the Mount Coot-Tha Summit Lookout to explore the city’s scenic views and experience mountain bike trails with your friends and family.

  2. Encounter Wildlife at Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary

    Renowned as the oldest and largest koala sanctuary worldwide, the Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary is a key attraction in Brisbane, QLD. This 44-acre stretched sanctuary is nestled in the Fig Tree Pocket and is home to hundreds of native wildlife habitats.

    From cuddling koalas to feeding kangaroos and encountering wombats and Tasmanian devils, you can do plenty of fun things and create lasting moments with your family.

    Tip: The sanctuary is open from 9 am to 5 pm daily.

  3. Cycling at Brisbane City Botanic Gardens

    If you are a nature lover, you must visit this heritage-listed lush-green space. Brisbane City Botanic Gardens is located on the banks of the Brisbane River and covers around 17 hectares of land in front of Old Government House.

    Beautiful lakes, colourful flower beds, lily ponds and water fountains surround this gorgeous garden. The best part is that the entry is free- making it a perfect economical place to visit in the capital of Queensland.

    You can choose the tree-lined tracks for cycling and walking while exploring nature’s true side- green, fresh and vibrant.

  4. Adventurous Ride on the Wheel of Brisbane

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    Situated at a height of 60 meters above ground level, the Channel Seven Wheel of Brisbane is one of the major attractions on the South Bank, the best suburb in Brisbane. You can enjoy a 360-degree panoramic view of the city, landscapes, and lush green parklands.

    What are you waiting for? Bring your family and family for a fun-fill trip and book a ride on the adventurous Ferries wheel that is fully air conditioned and offers spacious seating arrangements. The 10-15 minute ride will take your experience to the highest level.

  5. Shop and Eat at Howard Smith Wharves

    It is a beautiful waterfront shopping prescient located across the popular Story Bridge. Howard Smith Wharves is a must-visit place with your family, friends and loved ones.

    It is home to some of the brilliant restaurants, cafes and bars. At night, the area becomes the hub of fun-thrilling activities to let people create unforgettable moments.

  6. Enjoy a Leisurely Walk in Roma Street Parklands

    Do not forget to visit Brisbane’s world’s largest sub-tropical urban garden. It is located in the inner city and is best known for its native plant species, tall trees and lush green spaces. You can have a nature walk through the beautiful pathways while watching birds and blooming flowers.

  7. Explore Art at Queensland Art Gallery

    The Queensland Art Gallery is in the QLD Cultural Centre in South Brisbane. This particular place showcases a variety of artworks by local and international artists. If you love art or want to explore contemporary and indigenous art, you must visit this place.

    Tip: Visit the Children’s Art Centre, ideal for kids of all ages.

  8. Swimming in the Streets Beach

    This free and beautiful pool is one of the most popular outdoor spots in the city. Located in the heart of South Bank, Brisbane, Streets Beach is one of the best artificial beaches that come to life in the summer as kids and families can swim in the blue waters while enjoying their favourite food in the sun and sand.

  9. Discover History at the Museum of Brisbane

    This is a social heritage that takes you on the ride of Queensland’s history and indigenous and aboriginal culture. The museum and art gallery are a must-visit destination for people of all ages, including children.

  10. New Farm River Walk

    You can explore the beauty of Brisbane while walking or cycling through the New River Walk. It is a riverside pathway that connects New Farm to the Howard Smith Wharves. You can do the following things:

    • Enjoy a picnic by the river
    • Spot birds and fishes, even dolphins
    • Do Kayaking or paddleboard to discover the river’s beauty.