Visit Brisbane's premier shopping destination, where modern shops & boutiques are set behind 19th & 20th century building facades.
Swim in the sparkling water of an inner-city beach, stroll through lush gardens and taste gourmet gelato all while staying close to Brisbane’s busy downtown area.
Take time out from the busy city centre and step into a paradise of calm with spacious green lawns, water features, flowers, public art and plant life.
Visit the largest koala sanctuary in the world to hug a koala, feed the kangaroos or watch a bird of prey show at this beautiful natural wildlife park.
A magnificent 19th-century building and riverside jewel that is now host to one of Queensland’s biggest casinos and entertainment precincts.
Transport yourself to another world as you experience world-class musicals, operas, comedy shows and plays in this exceptional performance venue.
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If you're spending time in Teneriffe, you might enjoy its river views and restaurants. If you've got time to venture a little farther, you can make a stop by Emporium or Howard Smith Wharves.
Fortitude Valley is known for its ample dining options, and you can make a stop by Emporium and James Street while in the area.
Unique features of New Farm include the river views and coffee shops. Make a stop by New Farm Park or Brisbane Powerhouse while you're exploring the area.
Travellers to Spring Hill praise its popular shops. If you've got some more time to explore, be sure to stop by St. Paul's Presbyterian Church and Spiritual Church of Brisbane.
The ample dining options and beautiful river views are top of the list for many visitors to Kangaroo Point. A stop by The Gabba or Story Bridge might round out your trip.
Woolloongabba is known for its abundant dining options, and you can plan a trip to The Gabba and Buranda Village while you're in town.