Explore some of Brisbane’s most famous shopping areas
Brisbane offers more than one location to shop at. Find the centre of shopping in Brisbane at Queen Street Mall, providing more than 700 retailers that receive over 26 million visitors each year. At Fortitude Valley, enjoy wandering through several famous shopping streets including James Street, Winn Lane, and Emporium. You’ll also find a fantastic choice of markets at South Bank’s Little Stanley Street.
Visit the world’s largest koala sanctuary
Just outside of the CBD, Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary is a fantastic place to visit for families and couples. This koala sanctuary is known for being home to 130 koalas, currently recognised as the world’s largest sanctuary by the Guinness Book of World Records. There’s also over 100 species of Australian animals to see and meet. Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary is one of Brisbane’s most visited spots by tourists.
Experience the view from Story Bridge
Story Bridge offers something in being one of three bridges in the world that can be climbed. Reach the top with Story Bridge Adventure Climb and witness a view that stands 74 metres above the Brisbane River, providing a spectacular view over the shimmering water and the dazzling city lights in the distance. Story Bridge offers a view that rivals the Wheel of Brisbane at South Bank!
Discover the Queensland Cultural Centre
The Queensland Cultural Centre is home to all the most iconic venues and buildings in Brisbane. Located in South Bank, the Queensland Cultural Centre is made up of the Queensland Performing Arts Centre, the Queensland Museum, the Queensland Art Gallery, and the Queensland Gallery of Modern Art. Discover the city’s history and culture with ease at the Queensland Cultural Centre.
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Image Source : Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary