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Passage Peak Hamilton Island
#1 of 3 Sights & Landmarks in Hamilton Island
The track starts from by the reef hotel, just follow the scenic trail post, it’s worth taking your iPhone with the Hamilton Island app downloaded and listen to the audio posts on there to learn about the flora and...
Amazing views with a bit of a climb through the woods and up steps but well worth it and amazing photo opportunity!
New Farm River Walk Brisbane 1.7 mi away
#1 of 95 Sights & Landmarks in Brisbane
Visit in September to October to see the jacarandas & roses in bloom, witness wedding photos being taken, watch soccer & lots of team or friendly sport, have a barbecue or picnic by the river, great playground for...
The River Walk can keep you entertained for as long as you wish - starting from Riverside in the city, and with only one brief street-bound interruption, you can walk along, even on/over the river past cliffs with...
Boggo Road Gaol (Jail) Brisbane 1.9 mi away
#2 of 95 Sights & Landmarks in Brisbane
Love this place Been on two guided tours here and will go on more Also done a movie night here Love this place Highly recommend Great value for money and you will learn something about the history of Brisbane You...
Absolutely brilliant experience , loved every minute of the tour , tour guide was awsome and highly reccommend this tour to anyone visiting Brisbane.
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#3 of 95 Sights & Landmarks in Brisbane
The gardens are varied and well laid out from the rainforest walk to a tropical hot house with the most amazing succulent landscapes to a stroll through british style forest the gardens are a great attraction for...
Mount Coottha botanical gardens offer a wide variety of flora and some fauna from tropical flora to theme flora with lakes, ornamental gardens, a digital theatre with special themed screenings and many hectares of...
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Bee Gees Way Redcliffe 17.5 mi away
#1 of 2 Sights & Landmarks in Redcliffe
Being a massive fan of this talented musicians i chose to visit this beautiful place and was mostly delighted with the memories and music all well presented in the tribute of the wonderful brothers Gibb, love it
have been meaning to do this for ages, what a wonderful tribute to these wonderful musicians, so tastefully done , the photos, murals, music and statues absolutely first class.
Mount Coot-tha Lookout Brisbane 4.1 mi away
#4 of 95 Sights & Landmarks in Brisbane
... from the CBD there as well, which is rather handy, there are great facilities there, a cafe, gift/souvenir shop as well as a restaurant, fantastic views of the great city that Brisbane is , Fantastic wildlife ...
Under the moonlight, we sung happy birthday while enjoying the breathtaking views of twinkling city lights, the Brisbane River meandering through the green pastures of the Greater Brisbane Region and the soaring h...
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#5 of 95 Sights & Landmarks in Brisbane
If you work in the city, are visiting or just passing by I am sure if you just walk into this church to pray, walk around or just sit there you will feel calm and melancholy and breathe easily.
It’s such an amazing building, the architecture is lovely inside and out (the organ has been beautifully restored).
Suncorp Stadium Brisbane 0.9 mi away
#6 of 95 Sights & Landmarks in Brisbane
Great venue to see football games Stadium is amazing and football games with Broncos are easy to see Food good and atmosphere fantastic
It's really easy to access on the train from Roma St and Milton - and it's worth stopping for dinner in Caxton Street while you're there.
City Hall Brisbane 3.6 mi away
#7 of 95 Sights & Landmarks in Brisbane
Wonderful displays showing historical sites, and the history of the tramways, the building of our iconic cross-river bridges, the life, from scource to Moreton Bay of our Brisbane River, along which Brisbane spreads.
The age of the loft and the manner in which it has been restored to create a safe and pleasant exploration of the trip to the top of the clock tower is a fascinating bit of history and a great place to explore the...
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Caboolture Historical Village Caboolture 28.7 mi away
#1 of 2 Sights & Landmarks in Caboolture
Awesome place loved every moment of it and our grandson loved the train ride and looking at all the old tractors enjoyed having lunch there to our daughter also enjoyed herself and so did my husband and myself gre...
We especially loved the dairy, the Gem collection, the miniature train display at the station,the amazing engines and of course the expo memorabilia(the main reason we went as I worked in the Qld pavilion in 1988).
St. John's Anglican Cathedral Brisbane 0.5 mi away
#8 of 95 Sights & Landmarks in Brisbane
After decades of visiting Brisbane I 'discovered' this beautiful cathedral with its impressive architecture, historic coin collection, and outstanding organ which was in full voice during my visit.
It is alive with the worship, prayers and activities of a lively and diverse regular congregation as well as many visitors, as we were.
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Albert Street Uniting Church Brisbane 0.0 mi away
#9 of 95 Sights & Landmarks in Brisbane
You can walk around or take a moment to reflect inside this beautiful gothic style red brick, sandstone and slate roofed church nestled between huge neighbours in the middle of the city.
The history and architecture of this beautiful church in the heart of Brisbane provides a peaceful haven from the business outside.
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Brisbane Powerhouse Brisbane 1.8 mi away
#10 of 95 Sights & Landmarks in Brisbane
Definitely an awesome venue to watch stand up comedy we had tickets to Joel Creasey “Blonde Bombshell” this was such a fun night indeed, easy access to and from the venue Bar Alto made awesome coffee too
Attend concerts, see exhibitions, participate in festivals, eat & drink in the eateries, explore the historical building, sit on the deck - great atmosphere all the time.
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Brisbane Arcade Brisbane 0.1 mi away
#11 of 95 Sights & Landmarks in Brisbane
With a diverse choice of boutique shops including fashion, accessories, jewellery and antique jewellers, I always enjoy a stroll and a browse through the Arcade when I'm in the city and make sure to take visitors...
Every "1st week" of spring (in Brisbane that's September), plan a stroll through CBD "Brisbane Arcade" just for the sensory experience of enjoying the sight of thousands of spring flowers (sourced locally & themed...
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Eagle Street Pier Brisbane 0.4 mi away
#12 of 95 Sights & Landmarks in Brisbane
Many restaurants and bars available - with everything from fine dining to fast food to various cuisines including German, Italian, Asian, etc. Great atmosphere, beautiful view of the bridge - especially when it's...
... to have lunch or dinner, go for a long walk all the way to the Botanic Gardens or QUT, it's definitely a hub for sightseeing (Riverside jetty for ferries etc), dining or just enjoying the sights of the river.
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#13 of 95 Sights & Landmarks in Brisbane
There are also war-related statues, for various wars, including memorial statues for the Queensland soldiers who fought during the Second Boer War, along with World War II, the Vietnam War and campaigns in Korea,...
Anzac Square has a Lovely Park and water Features and Fountains of Bronze Lions Heads ,as Children we would place Our Hands in the Stream of Water from the Lions Mouth.
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Story Bridge Brisbane 0.8 mi away
#14 of 95 Sights & Landmarks in Brisbane
the lights at night are amazing they change color and look fantastic well done Brisbane you can either climb or just cross the bridge with a walk to the Eagle street pier where you can enjoy some wonderful food at...
Story Bridge is looks beautiful at night.I used citycycle to explore brisbane city one day .I went on story bridge on cycle its very giant.Story bridge gives beautiful view of brisbane river along with CBD.
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West End Brisbane 1.4 mi away
#15 of 95 Sights & Landmarks in Brisbane
Fun day in West End!! Got some dreadlocks in Boundary Street at Monstrosity, got a tattoo at Serpent & Siren, had all you can eat sushi, saw Jane St community garden (so beautiful!!) also went to Davies Park Marke...
You can walk from Boundary Street to the western side of West End by the river and to Southbank (and the art gallery, museum, theatre) on the eastern side - even into the city very easily.
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Newstead House Brisbane 1.8 mi away
#16 of 95 Sights & Landmarks in Brisbane
Fantastic history ghost stories, furniture and settings in this historic home beside the windy Brisbane river at Breakfast Creek where you can see the Ship Terminal and Gateway bridge in the distance or pop across...
A lovely, relaxing location to spend some time walking in the gardens and exploring a unique piece of Australian colonial history.
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#17 of 95 Sights & Landmarks in Brisbane
The Wheel of Brisbane is an fantastic attraction that provides an amazing view of the Brisbane River and the CBD, especially when you reach the top of the ride.
Its a nice interlude after walking around southbank parklands and gives a nice perspective on the Parklands, local amenities, attractions, the River and of course a nice view of the Brisbane skyline.
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#2 of 3 Sights & Landmarks in Hamilton Island
Great fun - for young and old
I took my daughter for a 15 mins thrill of her life.
White Ridge Farm Elimbah 30.5 mi away
#1 of 2 Sights & Landmarks in Elimbah
... clean toilets with baby changing table Take your own lunch, fridge and microwave in an undercover picnic area, really informal but lovely Great play area for kids, tractor ride and animal food included Lovely ...
Some lovely parrots and other birds but we were drawn to the petting area with the Black Angus calves, goat kids, more chickens and Love the Llama.
Woody Point Jetty Redcliffe 17.6 mi away
#2 of 2 Sights & Landmarks in Redcliffe
Just a short wooden walkway leading to seats giving a good view of the coastline down to Brisbane, west to the Mountains and south east to the airport and Fisherman's island.
Take a stroll along the jetty, let’s the kids play in the playground or grab some fish and chips and have a picnic overlooking the beautiful beach views.
Gallery Walk Eagle Heights 34.0 mi away
#1 of 1 Sights & Landmarks in Eagle Heights
This is a wonderful spot I have been to sporadically over the years and it still shows a wonderful range of local and eclectic art, craft, foods and gourmet supplies for visitors and locals alike.
Most of the best and most interesting shops, cafes, restaurants, art galleries and arts and crafts shops and gift and souvenir shops are along here.
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Mount Gravatt Lookout Mount Gravatt 6.0 mi away
#1 of 1 Sights & Landmarks in Mount Gravatt
After the sun set, there was an additional bonus - a beautiful moon appeared and I was fortunate to get several photographs of the moon framed by the clouds and trees.
I look forward to my walk up Mt Gravatt every Sunday - the tree cover helps you keep that little bit cooler and the track is well maintained.
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Manly Harbour Village Brisbane 9.9 mi away
#18 of 95 Sights & Landmarks in Brisbane
There are As many cafes and eateries you could ever need, covering many types of cuisine, and if you take a walk in either direction, you will feel energised and uplifted just by being by the ocean.
Lovely short drive from the CBD and has lots of walks along the Bay, markets on Sunday morning and lots of parks.
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Fort Lytton National Park Brisbane 8.7 mi away
#19 of 95 Sights & Landmarks in Brisbane
We visited on a day that they fired the cannon which was awesome to see, and there were lots of enthusiastic volunteers in costume around the place.
You can venture into the underground buildings and wander around the grassy grounds at your own leisure if you don’t want a guided tour.
Customs House Brisbane 0.6 mi away
#20 of 95 Sights & Landmarks in Brisbane
Customs House lived up to its historic architectural significance by delivering the perfect venue and dining experience for our daughters wedding.
One of Brisban's heritage colonial buidlings, this one on Queen Street, with its dome and columns, worth seeing.
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Goodwill Bridge Brisbane 0.8 mi away
#22 of 95 Sights & Landmarks in Brisbane
The bridge joins the southern suburbs of Brisbane including bikeways as well as Southbank to the city (QUT, Riverstage, botanic gardens and various walk and bike ways into the CBD).
The walking bridge that links the City botanical Gardens / QUT to Southbank Parklands / Griffith Uni - great views and things to do on each side
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Wynnum Esplanade Queensland, Australia 9.6 mi away
#121 of 599 Sights & Landmarks in Queensland
We visited last week and I was impressed to see a free exercise group in the water run by the council, was really good to see, it’s a very tidy kept area, the jetty is nice for a stroll and there is a lot of cemen...
There is also pandanus beach if you prefer to sit on the sand and splash in the beach water, which is also a waveless bay great for children.