See the highlights of Brisbane from the water on a dinner cruise aboard a majestic wooden paddle wheeler. Enjoy live entertainment and three course a la carte menu that features fresh produce, then stroll along the deck for unobstructed views of the waterfront as it twinkles at night. It’s the perfect way to spend a night out with a romantic partner, loved ones, or friends visiting from afar. Day cruises are also available.
Lone Pine is the world’s first and largest koala sanctuary, and home to over 130 koalas and over 100 species of other native Australian wildlife. Lone Pine offers interactive experiences, allowing you to get up close and personal to some of Australia’s most iconic wildlife. Meet a koala, hand-feed kangaroos and wild lorikeets, and marvel at the playful antics of our platypus. Definitely worth a visit if your in Brisbane.
Brisbane is a city full of great things to do and see, but when it comes time to relax and revive yourself, the City Botanic Gardens overlooking the Brisbane River in the heart of the city is the place to be. Take some time out to enjoy the great walks, history and extensive display of plants and gardens, or just kick back in one of the garden’s many shaded areas and reflect. To fully appreciate these riverside gardens and their amazing display of plants, try self guided walks.
Brisbane Lookout at scenic Mt Coot-tha has been a favourite for locals and visitors for more than a century. A must see for all visitors to Brisbane, Mt Coot-tha’s Brisbane Lookout offers spectacular panoramic views all over the CBD all the way to Moreton Bay. Walking tracks are abundant through the National Park and the Lookout itself showcases a historical timeline of this iconic destination. Only 7kms from the CBD, the lookout is stunning in the day and a romantic wonderland of lights at night.