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Often, it's the people who live in a city that make it special. In this part of Queensland, you'll find 2,200,000 of them.
If you are planning a holiday for the whole family, outings to Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary and the Wheel of Brisbane are sure to put big grins on everyone's faces! If you're looking for even more fun and excitement, the RNA Showgrounds and Settlement Cove Lagoon are some other options.
Take your littlest travellers to to the Australia Zoo or Daisy Hill Koala Centre and watch their eyes fill with awe! They'll be able to get up close to some fascinating animals and learn about the importance of caring for our wildlife while they're at it.
After all that sightseeing, you must be eager for a few beers? This area is popular for its brew houses, so all you have to do is step outside and take your pick! If it's simply too hard to choose, the Castlemaine Perkins Brewery and the XXXX Brewery are a couple that come highly recommended.
Watch on as the expert drivers fly around the race track at the Queensland Raceway. Afterwards, if you haven't yet scratched the itch, follow the smell of petrol to the Willowbank Raceway.
Discover a deliciously different side of the city by exploring its vineyards and tasting local drops at the Sirromet Wines and the Kooroomba Vineyards and Lavender Farm. An outing to the Paradine Estate Winery is also guaranteed to delight your palate.
The electric atmosphere of the Treasury Casino makes it ideal for a night out. Order a cocktail and go for a walk or pick a game and take on the house!
This destination takes its plant collecting seriously, so there are a number of places where you can go and learn all about botanic specimens from both regional and international habitats. A wander through the well-kept gardens at the Brisbane Botanic Gardens and the Redcliffe Botanic Gardens is a must. For those travellers who are more devoted, the Mt Coot-Tha Gardens and Sherwood Arboretum also have some pleasing floral exhibits.
Unfurl your blanket and watch the clouds drift over your head at an oasis of greenery like Roma Street Parkland and Blue Lagoon. Alternatively, head outdoors and get some exercise at Davies Park or Blue Lake National Park.
The mix of spectacular views and gently lapping water make Mount Hypipamee Crater and Oxley Creek Common charming places to spend time at.
If you can hear the sea calling your name, grab your shades and spend some time at Sutton's Beach or Cylinder Beach. Frenchmans Beach and Deadmans Beach are also popular stops with many visitors.
If you're looking to recharge those batteries, there are a range of nature parks and reserves to explore. Begin with a breath of fresh air among the plants and animals at Kangaroo Point Cliffs or Brisbane Forest Park. For those who haven't completely recharged, Glasshouse Mountains National Park and Moreton Island National Park are a couple more worth visiting.
Looking for captivating museum exhibits? Look no further than Sir Thomas Brisbane Planetarium and the Queensland Art Gallery. Remember to ask the friendly staff about special events and guided tours. Museum buffs also need to check out the Queensland Museum and the Gallery of Modern Art.
Discover more about the seafaring past of the region while checking out the salt-encrusted stories and artefacts that are housed at the Queensland Maritime Museum.
Exhibiting an assortment of the most recent science advancements, the Queensland Museum and Sciencentre offers everything you need to keep that mind buzzing.
Our big blue planet is home to a tremendous array of living things. See some of the earth's more exotic individuals at the UQ Anthropology Museum.
With a good range of excellent art collections to mull over, you might need a gentle push in the right direction. We suggest grabbing a coffee and heading straight for the Institute of Modern Art or the Abbey Museum of Art and Archaeology. More unique paintings and sumptuous sculptures are waiting for you at the QUT Art Museum and the Footsteps Gallery.
Learn about the impact that Brisbane's past figures and events had on the country, and sometimes the world, at the Museum of Brisbane and the North Stradbroke Island Historical Museum. You'll also discover fascinating exhibits which help bring the past to life at the Redcliffe Museum and the Commissariat Store Museum.
Brisbane boasts a wide range of fascinating historic sites. Why not begin exploring the city's past at Hughesville and QUT Old Government House? If you have the time, the ANZAC Square War Memorial and the Naldham House should also be on your radar.
Take some time out to gaze at the water ebb and flow beneath Story Bridge and Walter Taylor Bridge.
Those with an interest in military history shouldn't miss Fort Cowan Cowan and Fort Lytton National Park. Visualise the intense sieges that went on there and discover the ingenious defensive features that made them hard to attack.
Customers with an interest in exploring the religious heritage of the area shouldn't miss St. Stephens Cathedral and St. John's Anglican Cathedral. St. Andrew's Uniting Church and St John’s Cathedral are some other well-known houses of prayer to put on your sightseeing list.
They mightn't be on the front cover of the inflight magazine, but Gateway Bridge and the State Library of Queensland are still worth stopping by. The Doomben Racecourse and Scarborough Marina also promise a pleasant day out.