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Lamington National Park

4.5 star rating: Recommended 63 Reviews

One of Queensland, Australia’s absolute gems, Lamington National Park exemplifies what it means to explore Australia’s markedly majestic natural life. Full of ...  Read more

Surfers Paradise

4.5 star rating: Recommended 3 Reviews

On the sandy coast of Queensland -- known as Australia’s Gold Coast -- you’ll find a suburb appropriately named Surfers Paradise. In a country where surfing is ...  Read more

Moreton Island

4 star rating: Recommended 5 Reviews

Moreton Island is a peaceful retreat for day trippers and weekenders, right on Brisbane's door step. More than 90 percent of Moreton Island is protected as ...  Read more

South Bank

4 star rating: Recommended 5 Reviews

South Bank is, as the name suggests, located on the southern banks of the Brisbane River in Queensland’s capital city. Covering 42 acres (17 hectares), ...  Read more

Alma Park Zoo

Queensland’s oldest zoo continues to offer wildlife experiences and conservation over 40 acres of sprawling parkland, including 12 acres of rainforest in the ...  Read more

Brisbane City Hall

Admire historical glamor and civic pride at Brisbane City Hall, which was built between 1920 and 1930 and reopened in 2013 after an extensive $215 million ...  Read more

City Botanic Gardens

Opened in the 1840s and stretching from Gardens Point on the Brisbane River to the grounds of Parliament House, Brisbane’s City Botanic Gardens is the oldest ...  Read more

CityCat Ferry

Explore the sights of the iconic Brisbane River by taking a relaxing ride on the city catamaran service, the CityCat. Travelling on water is undoubtedly the ...  Read more

Commissariat Store

Dating back to 1829, Brisbane’s heritage-listed Commissariat Store is one of only two surviving buildings that date back to Queensland’s convict period. Built ...  Read more

Eagle Street Pier

Shiny and modern, Eagle Street Pier is the riverside corporate entertainment precinct of Brisbane City. Beneath the glass facades of the city’s law firms and ...  Read more

Gabba Cricket Ground

For an authentic Australian sporting experience, take yourself along to the 42,000-seat Brisbane Cricket Ground. Known as the Gabba, because it's in the ...  Read more

Old Windmill

The oldest surviving building in Queensland, and the oldest existing windmill in Australia, Old Windmill is a heritage-listed building based in Brisbane’s ...  Read more

Queen Street Mall

Queen Street Mall is the bustling retail vein of Brisbane City, connecting the business district to the Queen Plaza, Wintergarden and The Myer Centre, as well ...  Read more

Roma Street Parkland

On a hill overlooking Brisbane City, you will find a sprawling garden oasis known as Roma Street Parkland. This subtropical parkland boasts bamboo thickets, ...  Read more

Streets Beach

Water, sand and sun make for a good combination pretty much anywhere in the world. Put them all together to create a man-made beach right in the middle of ...  Read more

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