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This tour was amazing!
This tour was amazing!
Nancy K USA
Full day of sightseeing. Cruise was nice. Loved Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary. Tour guide very knowledgeable. Would recommend to everyone.
Great way to see and experience Brisbane in one day.
The city tour, the tea on the boat and the river cruise was fantastic. The Koala sanctuary was amazing. I would definitely recommend this tour.
Eva L Hong Kong
It was great to have visited the Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary. Gotta take a photo with a Koala.
I enjoyed the different segments of the tour. First, a very interesting city tour by bus. The tour leader had wonderful stories to share. Then the delightful cruise, along with delicious tea and scones. Fun to explore South Bank I especially was impressed by the beautiful Nepalese temple. Best of all was the visit to Lone Pine Sanctuary. We got there in time to see the feeding of the koalas and Tasmanian Devils. Getting up close to the kangaroos and wallabies was thrilling.
This full day Brisbane trip was wonderful. We enjoyed every minute of it. Our tour guide Bob was extremely personable and very knowledgeable. I definitely recommend this tour of the city.
Michelle C USA
This was a great day of sightseeing. I was by myself but felt perfectly safe. Hotel pickup was on time. Transferred to central bus station. A quick ride around the city and lots of information given. Had a stop at the botanic gardens which were beautiful. Drove to Kangaroo Point Park to take pics of Brisbane from the other side of the river. Then on to the Breakfast Creek Hotel with the bar with the most expensive rum in the world no time to eat or drink unfortunately. We met the river tour boat, had tea and cake, and took a leisurely ride down the river to the Southbank Parklands next to the ferris wheel. There was a little time to eat/drink there before heading off to the Lone Pine Koala sanctuary. This alone was worth the price of admission. You can hold a koala and get a picture taken and feed kangaroos and wallabies. There is a little grocer there so you can get snacks/drinks if you choose. The next and last stop was Mt. Coot-tha summit lookout, which had nice views of the city. The bus dropped me right back at my hotel. If you have a day to burn and want to see a lot, I recommend this tour. I should mention that I've been on other tours by other vendors in other parts of AUS who listed koala sanctuaries, but this was the first one where I actually got to hold one, not just pet it.
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