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Brisbane, capital of Queensland, Australia, a large city on the Brisbane River, is also the third largest populous in Australia. The city happens to be one of the oldest cities in Australia. Brisbane was founded in 1825, upon the homelands of the aboriginal people who were native to the area – the indigenous Turrbal and Jagera people. Today, Brisbane is the hub for architectural connoisseurs, who want to revel in the distinct beauty of the Queenslander Architecture, which forms much of the city's built heritage.


Main attractions
South Bank Parklands

South Bank Parklands

South Bank is Brisbane’s premier lifestyle and a cultural destination. It is located on the southern banks of the Brisbane River, with 17 hectares of picturesque parklands, renowned eateries, breath taking river views and hundreds of events lined up, all year round to make it the perfect place for you to relax and unwind. The South Bank Parklands, which were established on the former site of World Expo 88, are one of Brisbane's most popular tourist attractions.

Places To Visit

Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary

Cuddling a koala is a quintessential Aussie experience, and Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary is an ideal place to tick this off your bucket list. Other Australian animals such as kangaroos, wallabies, wombats, dingoes, snakes, and even crocodiles live in this compact sanctuary nestled on the Brisbane River. Daily encounters and experiences include bird of prey flight demonstrations, platypus feeding, sheep dog and shearing shows, Tasmanian devil keeper talks, and barn animal encounters.

Koala Sanctuary
Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary

Botanic Gardens Mount Coot-tha 

Offering panoramic views of Brisbane, the Brisbane Botanic Gardens Mount Coot-tha is a favorite attraction with locals and visitors alike. Not to be confused with the City Botanic Gardens, another serene oasis and prime picnic spot, the Mount Coot-tha gardens are seven kilometers from the city, with diverse themed gardens that take visitors on a journey through 128 acres of horticulture. Highlights include the beautiful Japanese gardens and the largest collection of Australian rainforest trees in the world, as well as sections dedicated to fragrant plants, bamboo, cactus, indigenous plants, and more.

Brisbane Botanic Gardens
Botanic Gardens Mount Coot-tha

South Bank

The original site of World Expo in 1988, South Bank is filled with parklands, plazas, and promenades, as well as a diverse array of restaurants and exciting special events. This riverside paradise sits directly opposite the CBD, with Streets Beach at its center. A swim in the human-made lagoon is a popular choice on a warm Brisbane day. Other popular things to do here include working out at the free fitness classes, visiting the Epicurious Garden, and biking or strolling along the trails. You can also sign up for a host of free children's programs and tours.

South Bank
South Bank

Queen Street Mall

The vibrant Queen Street mall shopping precinct is home to more than 700 retailers showcasing local, national, and international designs and labels. In addition to the centrally-located, pedestrian-friendly street frontage, a labyrinth of heritage-listed arcades make it rewarding to explore the complex. Most Wednesdays, the area at the bridge end of the mall transforms into a bustling Farmers Market selling local produce, flowers, and artisan products.

Queen Street Mall
Queen Street Mall

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Kovalam Beach
Kovalam Beach