St. Helena Island
St. Helena Island is Queensland's first historic national park, this
island features the ruins of a colonial prison.
Lone Pine Koala Island
At Lone Pine Koala Island you can interact with the animals and enjoy
a beautiful landscape in the world's largest Koala sanctuary, that was
created to preserve Australian wildlife.
Moreton Island is popular for its long stretches of beautiful beach
and clear lagoons, this island has the highest dune in the world,
reaching 280 feet above sea level.
South Bank Parklands
At South Bank Parklands you can choose from restaurants, cafes, a
lagoon, a beautiful beach, playgrounds, gardens and walkways and many
more ways to enjoy your day at South Bank Parklands.
Brisbane Botanic Gardens Mt. Coot-Tha
The Brisbane Botanic Gardens Mt. Coot-tha is an oasis for wildlife,
the Gardens feature 52 hectares of plants from Australia and all around
the world. Art and craft shows are displayed in the Auditorium. You can
also explore the Gardens by one of the three self-guided trails
The Newstead House is the oldest residence at Brisbane. It is a
luxurious home of wide verandah, ornate cedar joinery and Victorian
The Australian Woolshed is an authentic sheep station, this farm
offers great activities and events for visitors of all ages.
Brisbane's City Hall features the circular Concert Hall, a
world-famous grand piano organ and a majestic view from the clock tower.
Queensland Cultural Centre
The Queensland Cultural Center is home to a performing arts complex,
an art gallery, a museum and the State Library of Queensland.
Roma Street Park
Roma Street Park is located right in the middle of the city, it
features colorful subtropical gardens and, a green oasis for picnicking,
flying kites or just relaxing
North Stradbroke is known for its
excellent waters. This beach offers many points of interest including an
old quarantine station, Main Beach with its many Aboriginal shells and
several lakes for freshwater swimming.
Treasury Casino is located in the historic Treasury building, with
100 gaming tables and 1500 gaming machines.
Museum of Brisbane
Museum of Brisbane's displays combine social history, visual arts,
craft and design. The exhibitions feature local and international
artists, writers and craftspeople.
Underwater World is a water park that features a variety of marine
life such as sharks, whales, crocodiles and stingrays in their natural
The Queensland Sciencentre provides 170 exciting and interactive
science and technology exhibits.
St. John's Anglican Cathedral
St. John's Anglican Cathedral is a unique medieval experience. As you
enter , look up to see the stone vaulted ceiling. The Cathedral was
completed in 1910.
Thomas Brisbane Planetarium
After an upgrade in 2004, the planetarium has new seating and new
digital multimedia systems that present real-time digital star shows and
computer-generated images presented in the Skydome theater.
Queen St. Mall
The main shopping street downtown is the Queen Street Mall, which is
lined with tourist shops selling boomerangs and didgeridoos. There are
also many more shops to choose from.
Aboriginal Art Trail
This trail shows the walker tree carvings, rock paintings, etchings
and a dance pit made by Aborigines over 100 years ago.
Amazons Aquatic Adventureland
Amazons Aquatic Aventureland features a half-court basketball and
shaded picnic areas, tons of fun and exciting water rides and fully
qualified lifeguards that oversee all water areas. A souvenir shop also
sells Amazons' merchandise.