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), South Bank is home to lush parklands, restaurants, cafés and bars, and many, many ... 

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Diego P

5 star rating: Highly Recommended
March 2016

Despite the changing weather of Brisbane, the tour was a nice way to depict a general view of the city and then tripping around with more confidence.
The guide was kind and drove the trour at good pace in general.
Best part for me and my wife: Lone Pine Koala.
One low point was the short time to lunch: we end a nice river cruise then arrive at southbank to get into the wheel of Brisbane beautiful experience, then we got just 20 minutes to lunch. It seems that this was because our departure delay at the start of the tour, another low point, we don't get any reason for it.
Maybe it is a minimal point, but the guy who receives us at counter O in the Roma Transit Centre was not very friendly.

Doing what: Best of Brisbane Full-Day Sightseeing Tour

Seth R United Kingdom

5 star rating: Highly Recommended
May 2010

Excellent day trip, taking lots of the city and surrounding areas. Started the day off with a mini bus tour of the city with our tour Guide Peter, who was very funny and knowledgable, he really helped make the day! After a morning of sight seeing on the bus we caught a boat from Newstead House were we cruised down the river for an hour and this also included cream tea! This is a was a good opportunity for every one to get to know each other! After an hours lunch stop we then boarded the bus again at the the South Bank and took a trip to the Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary! This was excellent, you can cuddle the animals and also hand feed the 'Roos! A lovely place i a very natural setting. I would highly recommend this day trip to see some of the beautiful sights that Brisbane has to offer, you'll learn lots about the history of the city and get to spend some time with the wildlife, even holding and feeding it!

Doing what: Best of Brisbane Full-Day Sightseeing Tour

Clifford R United States of ... 

4 star rating: Recommended
August 2014

Nice Sunday morning tour, beautiful weather, fabulous city. Driver very personable and knowledgeable. After stopping at the Breakfast Creek Hotel, I went back that evening for dinner.
River cruise was fine, got some good shots of the city from the water. Overcame my fear of heights on the Eye of Brisbane Ferris Wheel, and walked the South Bank afterwards - great markets and restaurants were booming.

Doing what: Brisbane Sightseeing Tour and Brisbane River Cruise

Allana O

4 star rating: Recommended
September 2012

Our tour was great and Bob our tour guide was very pleasant. A little less time at the Koala sanctuary and more time exploring Southbank would be our only gripe.

Doing what: Best of Brisbane Full-Day Sightseeing Tour

Rachel B United Kingdom

2 star rating: It was OK, but could have been better
December 2007

The tour was advertised as a one-day trip, but it was actually made up of a number of parts, which made it disjointed. For a single traveller, the advantage of doing an organised tour is meeting people, but different people were on different bits of the trip. An hour and a half for lunch on the South Bank was fine, but advance notice would have been useful, as I had walked all around that area and had lunch there the day before. Those are the gripes out of the way. Overall, it was a good trip with interesting things to see, and it certainly gave me a flavour of the city and its surrounds. We saw a nice variety of things, too. The driver was particularly good and friendly.

Doing what: Best of Brisbane Full-Day Sightseeing Tour

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