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Things to do in Brisbane

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The top 25 attractions in Brisbane

Cities in Brisbane
The state capital of Queensland is a nice city. It's a compromise between a large city and small town, but has a great quality of life. There are many gardens, parks, and river where you can get about by public transport and it even has an artificial beach. A great place to spend a few days during a trip to Australia with an excellent climate.
Zoos in Brisbane
Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary
A few km from the center of Brisbane (you can go by boat from the city) is the koala zoo, the oldest in Australia (founded in 1927). For $30, you can see koalas up close, and even feed them, see all kinds of native reptiles and see how a dog can control a flock of sheep, .... It was well worth the entrance fee to see the Koala Sanctuary.
Gardens in Brisbane
Brisbane Botanic Gardens
I love photography, even although I don't know a lot about it. I just enjoy photographing details around me, especially when I go to parks and gardens. I also entertain myself at home in my garden taking pictures of my cats. You are never bored with a camera. And even in the rain, you can always bring a masseter inside and put it by a window. I recommend taking pictures everyday, as an exercise, just like people practise sports everyday. Photography also improves daily.
Historical Monuments in Brisbane
Story Bridge
Built during the Great Depression, it was opened to the public in 1940 and has been converted into one of the city's icons. As far as I could read, but I can't confirm it, you can climb the bridge with a tour in just over two hours, but knowing the price of crossing the Sydney Bridge like this, I didn't dare to ask how much.
Of Cultural Interest in Brisbane
Lexis English
This school offers English courses in Australia and is located in a modern building in the heart of downtown Brisbane. It is situated one block away from the famous Queen Street Mall, with all its shops and cafes. It is situated only a few minutes' walk through the famous park along the south bank of the river. The school is also just a few minutes away from all the main attractions and all transportation (train, bus and ferry). The aim of the school is to provide in the needs of their students as individuals and to ensure that they achieve their personal study goals. It provides a full and comprehensive care to its students, ve are all very well behaved. Especially welcome are Spanish speakers, despite the fact that a very small number of students ve attend this school are from Spain. The English school in Brisbane is characterized by being very focused on young people, boasts a large leisure areas and has a very youthful and jovial atmosphere. Facilities feature 12 modern air-conditioned classrooms, multi-media computer labs, free access to the Internet, a wide student lounge and leisure area with a big screen TV and playground, vending machines, microwave ovens and coffee machines and a large terrace with barbecue facilities.
Neighborhoods in Brisbane
West End
Located very close to the financial city of Brisbane, on the other bank of the river, West End is the cultural quarter and it is a liberal city. Its two main streets Boundary Street and Vulture Street, are the life and soul of the neighborhood and perfectly represent the variety of cultures. This variety can be clearly seen in the extensive foods from the world as well as different types of bars. There are other nightlife spots in the city, but certainly the most fun and culture ones can be found in West End, where live concerts are happening day in and day out. Undoubtedly, the most active and lively district of the city. I recommend spending time here if you are in the area, you will not be disappointed.
Flea Markets in Brisbane
Davies Park Market
It might even be called the Market in Brisbane, it is the most popular and crowded. Early risers start setting up their stalls at 4.30 in the morning and the market is very packed at 6-10 in the morning. Then it quietly runs until about 2 in the afternoon. Situated along the river, it is an eminently fresh produce market, but in the west wing we can also find clothes and other stalls. The atmosphere is West End 100% but its popularity attracts people of all kinds and from all over. It is definitely the event of the neighborhood, and on the way there one can find the most colorful neighborhood. I recommend visiting this market as it is lively and colorful. You will enjoy it.
Historical Monuments in Brisbane
Brisbane City Council
It is a Neoclassical building, with its identifiable 92 metre clock tower. Its construction finished in 1930 and it's now one of the city's architectural icons situated in the centre of Brisbane in King George square, which also deserves a tour.
Churches in Brisbane
St John's Cathedral
Its design began in 1888 with a French Gothic style, but its construction was not begun until 1901, and its consecration didn't come until a few years ago. What stands out most about the temple is the harmony achieved by fusing the modern to the ancient, with the Passion painted in abstract style.
Islands in Brisbane
Islands in Brisbane
Main Beach (North Stradbroke Island)
However be aware of possible rips. The locals all know how to read them so if youbarent a regular swimmer on a surf beach, stay where others are swimming.
Islands in Brisbane
Of Touristic Interest in Brisbane
Riverside Centre
This is where you can see great metropolis in compact form; Brisbane is a really lovely city to visit. You can see the greatness of contemporary art, as well as it's humanity, which is what gives charm to the city. Behind the Story Bridge is the suburb of Riverside, the business district and huge buildings. In addition to offices, there is a large bustling market every Sunday morning, livening up a place that normally has a serious side. But Riverside is especially nice to watch from the Brisbane CityCat ro, a very Anglo-Saxon city center!
Amusement Parks in Brisbane
As well as plenty of amusements for the whole family, they have a variety of Australian animals - koalas, kangaroos, emus, and many varieties of reptiles and crocodiles. Dreamworld is located one hour from the city of Brisbane.
Rivers in Brisbane
Museums in Brisbane
Of Touristic Interest in Brisbane
Beaches in Brisbane

The best things to do in Brisbane

Your tour of things to see in Brisbane should start with Fraser Island, which is the largest sand island in the world and boasts rainforests and lagoons. You can reach the island by ferry, which happens to be one of the more interesting things to do in
The island is inhabited by dingoes and wild dogs. For museum lovers, the Brisbane Museum has the most beautiful collections in the city, and very probably, the country. Brunswick Street next to the Chinatown Mall is where you can do lots of ​​alternative shopping, one of the many Brisbane activities to experience today. It features antique and secondhand
shops. The Botanical Garden and South Park are other places to visit in Brisbane without fail. Before your trip comes to an end, make sure you visit the most important
Brisbane attractions, like
the Queen Street Mall, the main shopping area in the city, which is also considered the largest retailer between Sydney and Singapore. Some other attractions in
Brisbane of
special mention are the Alma Park Zoo, located about thirty
minutes from downtown. If you're wondering what to do in
Brisbane when travelling with children, then this is the best idea!
Finally, you should end up at Brisbane City Hall and King George Square, two iconic and historic landmarks and attractions in
located between Adelaide and Ann Streets offering intense daily activity. There's lots of stuff to do in Brisbane, don't wait to hear about it, discover it for yourself!