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South Bank Parklands Brisbane 0.7 mi away
#1 of 334 things to do in Brisbane
Awesome place to stay with the kids, so many things close by to visit & many amazing eateries at your door step!! Best part you can take the kids down the pool or beach for a bit of fun while you can sit and relax.
Awesome play ground for kids, great esteries of all sorts around, theatre and music, shows, entertainment, ferry rides, ferriswheel and great sights of brisbane city when strolling along the waterfront.
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Hill Inlet Whitsunday Island
#1 of 7 things to do in Whitsunday Island
Nice little walk up to the lookout which is suitable for kids!
We got to this view and even my 3 children said WOW!
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City Hopper Brisbane 0.6 mi away
#3 of 334 things to do in Brisbane
... city, also visiting Southbank with its man made beach and pool vacilities, plenty of places to eat and drink there, families will enjoy it especially, ferry's are every half hour or so, planning your day is easy.
My children and I decided to catch the ferry from the lovely park under the Story Bridge into South Bank, we hopped onto a City Hopper and was delighted to find that this lovely service was free.......now how many...
Rocks Riverside Park Brisbane 6.4 mi away
#10 of 334 things to do in Brisbane
I bought my young family here it is great plenty of space heaps of parking loads of shade ro site and watch the kid's small cafe to grab a coffee even a splash and play part great park very well maintained 10/10
... gotten here before.. the park is huge, so much for the kids to have fun.. there were so many kids birthday parties going on, still it was nice and quite... river views are great, nice to sit back and relax wit...
City Cat Brisbane 0.6 mi away
#4 of 334 things to do in Brisbane
... have children, be sure to disembark at New Farm Park and let the kids play in the fantastic massive treehouse style playground.... the best one in Brisbane (completely shaded with tree canopy)..... kids love it!
Alone, in family or with kids, the city cat is a rare service, Brisbane river is enchanting and the city cat provides a great service and an easy ride within the city.
Queens Park Ipswich 18.8 mi away
#1 of 40 things to do in Ipswich
A cafe with great food and atmosphere, a fantastic park for the kids to explore, a Sunday family gathering and BBQ, a romantic roam through the tranquil Japanese Gardens, and my Mums favourite, a meet and greet wi...
Queens Park has it all, a friendly well priced café a great playground for children, a zoo, education centre, outdoor chapel, plenty of parking and the amazing tranquility of Nerima Gardens.
Brisbane Botanic Gardens Mt. Coot-tha Brisbane 3.0 mi away
#9 of 334 things to do in Brisbane
The Kuta Kids playground is a must for children Other attractions include free guided walks, a peaceful Japanese garden, a bonsai house, fern house, fragrant gardens and a great hide n' seek children's trail.
The botanic gardens are a great day out, been there hundreds of time, multiple picnic spots, playgrounds, water features, the Japanese garden, seeing the wild life, the kids path, and teaching your kids the joy of...
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Roma Street Parkland Brisbane 0.6 mi away
#5 of 334 things to do in Brisbane
An inner city Oasis with beautifully manicured lawns and themed gardens, walking paths, showy and peaceful water features, bird life and a great place for young children with dedicated play areas, family barbecue...
There is an excellent open area, great for family games, a pretty lake where water dragons are often found sunning themselves on the rocks and intricate floral gardens, decked with intriguing art.
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New Farm Park Brisbane 1.7 mi away
#15 of 334 things to do in Brisbane
This is a picturess park, you can sit at the river under a tree and everyone will love it here cute little coffee place, you often see a wedding going on here but the kids will love all the swings a jungle gym thi...
Flower gardens, expanses of green space, children’s play equipment, coffee kiosks, river views, bbq areas, sports field, access by City Cat river ferry, music rotunda and bandstand, and adjacent to the Powerhouse...
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Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary Brisbane 5.6 mi away
#13 of 334 things to do in Brisbane
Short drive from south brisbane to the location, kids aged 6 &8 both girls very happy to see and feel the animals.. Also immensely thrilled with the love song by the koala... wonderful time we spent.. scenic place...
Visited Lone Pine Sanctuary early afternoon, great interaction with animals and a wide variety of Australian wildlife, it was great to see children able to get up close to the kangaroos which are very tame, an exc...
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The Workshops Rail Museum Ipswich 18.5 mi away
#2 of 40 things to do in Ipswich
We had an excellent volunteer guide who was knowledgeable and interacted well with the children, and saw a good number of trains and carriages up close, including one undergoing restoration work.
... train was there for the celebration of QBR), the displays of railway memoriabilia excellent...and the kids will love the railway inspired play areas and hands on education - including two train driver simulato...
City Botanic Gardens Brisbane 0.5 mi away
#19 of 334 things to do in Brisbane
Cafe to stop and have a coffee/tea, Playground for the children that has a lot of exciting new adventures, Stroll along the river bank, Beautiful trees, flowers and plant to admire.
Prettiest I've ever seen and I believe more beautiful than Bouchart Gardens and this one is FREE. it has a rainforest, waterfalls, kids areas, grassy areas, large natural lizards wandering freely.
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SparkLab, ScienCentre Brisbane 0.5 mi away
#33 of 334 things to do in Brisbane
Fantastic experience for kids of all ages, there are lots of science-based interactive activities that are both fun and educational.
The kids have a blast and learn a ton, as do my partner and I. There's different themed rooms that you work your way through and kids and adults of all ages will have a great time.
Sir Thomas Brisbane Planetarium Brisbane 2.9 mi away
#21 of 334 things to do in Brisbane
From the Astronauts suit on display to the many other displays of satellites and space items, and the various shows being offered, this is a great place to take the kids to show them the amazing things regarding s...
There are a number of different shows, catering to different levels of sophistication, from young Kids to Seniors... and in general the pace and detail of the show is just about spot on.... and of course the light...
Catseye Beach Hamilton Island
#3 of 8 things to do in Hamilton Island
Great place , you can sail a hobbycat , canoe or just swim , walk along the beach ,play on the sand, or if you prefer many pools line the shore with relaxing seats to watch the kids play and swim, the pools are no...
We had a family reunion and stayed in the presidential suite, having our private pool was fantastic for the 3 grandchildren we loved the pools and had some great meals it was hot but we had the best time.
Whitehaven Beach Whitsunday Island
#2 of 7 things to do in Whitsunday Island
... more than your average cruise, staff were both social and very informative with great senses of humour ,WE WILL RECOMMEND THIS FAMILY OPERATED BUSINESS TO FAMILY AND FRIENDS ,bbq on beach and cooked beautifully
I has to be one of the clearest waters with brilliant white sand,When swimming you see lots of different little fish.If you thro out some bread crumbs you will see the bigger fish.Also great swimming for children...
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Hamilton Island Marina Hamilton Island
#2 of 8 things to do in Hamilton Island
... cruise the waters plenty for everyone to enjoy and the marina is great for holiday visitors The Oatley Family have invested and supported the island and they have been outstanding in their contributions to thi...
The island has everything for a couple to escape to the perfect family holiday.
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Daisy Hill Conservation Park Daisy Hill 13.6 mi away
#1 of 2 things to do in Daisy Hill
The koala sanctuary offers visitors the chance to see and learn about these animals in their natural habitat, the parklands have plenty of picnic spots with many BBQ's and a large area for kids to run around and h...
Great for families, but you need kids that will listen and be able to behave, the koalas are sound sensitive so "keep quiet" has to work as an instruction...
Bee Gees Way Redcliffe 17.5 mi away
#1 of 10 things to do in Redcliffe
We really enjoyed the Bee Gees Way - its a brilliant tribute to the brothers as well as their families and including everyone who was connected to their journey to reach the top.
The sound quality was excellent and my kids loved dancing around to the music, much to the entertainment of the 50+ people there for the show.
Kangaroo Point Cliffs Park Brisbane 1.0 mi away
#25 of 334 things to do in Brisbane
I have visited this place every single trip I visited Brisbane, and I love bringing family and friends up the Kangaroo Point.
There is also a great walk alongside the river and plenty of playground equipment for the kids to run amok in.
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Shorncliffe Beach Brisbane 10.6 mi away
#43 of 334 things to do in Brisbane
The area of Shorncliffe Beach near the Pier provided a calm swimming area for children, along with a great park and clean bbqs under shady trees.
Plus the beach is perfect for little children and there are bike paths for bigger kids.
New Farm River Walk Brisbane 1.7 mi away
#8 of 334 things to do in Brisbane
... & 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 children where you can also buy a coffee.
Boardwalk nice & wide right beside Brisbane river so much activity,walkers joggers electric scooters families pushing prams, beautiful park area clean BBQ’s it is just buzzing.
Tamborine Mountain Gold Coast 33.2 mi away
#23 of 230 things to do in Gold Coast
Short and longer walks with picnic baskets in the local forests cater to experienced and also unfit hikers.. good for rainy and sunny days.. families, couples and singles can find something fun to do up on the mou...
With so many different entrance and attractions, this forest has options for everyone, from kids to elderly people tp enjoy, including cafes, bars, restaurants, waterfall, trails and etc.
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Mount Coot-tha Lookout Brisbane 4.1 mi away
#17 of 334 things to do in Brisbane
You get a chance to sit down enjoy a glass of wine or freshly brewed coffee or fabulous ice cream or gelato for the kids, while you breathe in the fresh scent of the eucalyptus and bush gums planted all along and...
After that, for a bit of activity and adventure, check out the events and workshops for kids and adults, or the displays, exhibitions including free guided walks.
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Caboolture Historical Village Caboolture 28.7 mi away
#1 of 10 things to do in Caboolture
... 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 great place for a family outing and very reasonable priced to.
The village is very well-maintained and looked after, and it shows - so many different things to look at, this is a great place to bring kids to teach them about local history.
The Brisbane River Brisbane 0.5 mi away
#12 of 334 things to do in Brisbane
... up the beauty of Brisbane along its river side , take your bikes or skates or runners and do yourself a favour and make the trek , the pathways are fantastic its picturesque your children will love you for it .
A kids free weekend stayed in town with our Interstate friends and decided the best way to travel was the CityCat...love our Brisbane River especially Southbank at night just spectacular lighting and also the brid...
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Too Easy Tours Ormeau 26.4 mi away
#1 of 2 things to do in Ormeau
After having dolphins & kangaroos wave us off, we spent the day exploring the Broadwater...the kids had a ball!
It was really a fun and meaningful afternoon to spend time for the whole family and we had visited Stradbroke Island as well .
Queensland Museum Brisbane 0.5 mi away
#38 of 334 things to do in Brisbane
There's a lovely museum cafe with indoor and outdoor seating, a kids playground area with interactive experiences, music, a playground to sit and eat your packed lunches surrounded by giant dinosaurs and there's a...
This is a free exhibition which saw yesterday ......the shop is at the entrance and bought a beautiful book "The Torres Straits Islands", $10, the exhibition fills children and adults alike with wonder!
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Anzac Square Brisbane 4.8 mi away
#34 of 334 things to do in Brisbane
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.
Lovely place to visit and read about the history or just sit and enjoy the sunshine, lots of room for the kids to run around as well.
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Queensland Maritime Museum Brisbane 0.9 mi away
#36 of 334 things to do in Brisbane
Kids and adults will see what it was like to sail our oceans many years ago and then do take a walk over the ship as it is quite interesting and if your dad like mine was in the Navy, then you do get a good feel o...
From the moment you walk in the staff are so welcoming & puts you at ease that the children are very welcome.
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