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Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary Admission with Brisbane River Cruise
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Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary Admission with Brisbane River Cruise

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Combine a visit to the Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary with a cruise on the Brisbane River on this stress-free tour. Booking this pleasant way to travel to the Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary means no fussing with public transportation or car rentals—you can sit back and relax on your scenic cruise. Admission to the sanctuary is included, where you have hours to learn about native Australian wildlife and admire species such as koalas and kangaroos. 
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Christ_Monkey wrote a review Jan 2020
Wellington, New Zealand11 contributions
This isn't a large attraction, it's pretty much just five huge screens. They are incredibly fun though, and educational. The display that shows how gravity reacts on each planet was so interesting. A good idea to combine stopping here, before or after visiting the botanical gardens, as they're next to each other. Maybe after, if it's a particularly hot day.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Tristan S wrote a review Dec 2019
London, United Kingdom10 contributions13 helpful votes
The kids mentioned “small and a bit boring”. Close to CBD but not very welcoming and the grounds are like a concrete jungle. It’s like the poor man’s university. Instead, take a cheap ferry or bus ride to UQ to see wildlife in and by the lake, tour the impeccable grounds and enjoy a stone baked pizza or most anything else. Awesome coffee there, too.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Schlepper1939 wrote a review Oct 2018
Redcliffe, Australia639 contributions222 helpful votes
This interactive display of the history of the world and dinosaurs is very good and well worth a visit if you are interested in this type of thing. We had two young grand children with us, and while the older one kept herself amused, the younger one lost interest fairly quickly. I would recommend it, but mainly for older children ( and adults ).
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Date of experience: October 2018
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Bianca M wrote a review Jun 2018
Sunshine Coast, Australia65 contributions10 helpful votes
The Cube at QUT is a great, free interactive place to visit. My children thoroughly enjoyed the experience and were there for approximately an hour. The walk through the Botanical Gardens was lovely. We were advised by a friend to visit and I'm glad we did.
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Date of experience: July 2018
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OCM22 wrote a review Jun 2018
Gold Coast57 contributions24 helpful votes
We had never heard of The Cube so had a look and it blew us away there was motion sensored art! The physics wall that simulated gravity on each planet, pendulums etc.. all in one interactive touch screen blew me personally away the most. There were huge interactive aquariums and dinosaur fields to assist in the learning about different animals (alive and extinct). Although it was amazing, occasionally the screens wouldn't work. I still recommend going though and its absolutely free.
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Date of experience: June 2018
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