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    Brisbane is the capital of Queensland State.


Brisbane is the capital of Queensland State. The city is not so big comparing to Melbourne and Sydney, the population is around 2,3 million people. If you came to Brisbane looking for beaches, you need to know that Brisbane doesn’t has beaches, the city just has an artificial beach located in South Bank.

By the way this region is full of bars and nice places to eat. If Brisbane doesn’t have beaches, Gold Coast and Sunshine Coast have a lot, and stays just one hour from Brisbane. The weather in Brisbane is subtropical, that means that is not very cold in the winter time. The summer is hot, but there is a big river crossing the city, Brisbane River, that keeps the temperature good. One thing that you need to know about the Brisbane River is that he is a shark habitat and you can’t swing in it.

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South Bank is a cultural, educational and recreational precinct in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. The precinct is located in the suburb of South Brisbane, on the southern bank of the Brisbane River. Rich in cultural history, South Bank’s Parklands is considered a haven of natural beauty and flanked by major attractions including The Wheel of Brisbane, Stanley Street Plaza, Little Stanley Street, and River Quay. 

Location:  South Brisbane QLD 4101


View the sights of Brisbane from the river aboard one of the many river cruises including the Mirimar, River City Cruises or the Kookaburra River Queens.


The Story Bridge Adventure Climb runs at dawn, day, twilight or night and is one of only three bridge climbs in the world.


Attached to the Queensland Museum at South Bank is the Sciencentre. It’s a fantastic destination for families, with many displays that allow visitors to get hands-on and experience science at work. The Sciencentre is the perfect place to introduce your Brisbane Kids to science in a relaxed and interactive environment.

Location: Corner of Grey & Melbourne Streets, South Bank, South Brisbane 


See amazing panoramic views of Brisbane City as far as Moreton Bay at the Mt Coot-tha lookout. Enjoy the spectacular views by day or night, or both!


Only 12km from Brisbane City, Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary is the world’s first and largest koala sanctuary with over 130 koalas. Hold a koala anytime, hand feed kangaroos and meet a large variety of Australian wildlife in beautiful, natural settings.

Location:  708 Jesmond Road, Fig Tree Pocket, Qld 4069


The XXXX Brewery is located in Milton and offers visitors a tour of the Ale House with the opportunity to taste the local favourite brew. If you love beer or want to learn about XXXX's origins the XXXX Brewery Ale House is the place to visit.


Don't be deceived by the wide, mangrove-fringed Brisbane River winding leisurely through the Brisbane city centre. This scenic, serene waterway is the backdrop for a whole range of exhilarating outdoor adventure. Kayak past Brisbane's glittering sky-line at night or take in the breathtaking panorama of the city and its surrounds from the top of the Story Bridge. Climb or abseil the sheer cliffs at Kangaroo Point or walk, bike ride or rollerblade over the floating walkways of Brisbane Riverwalk. Afterwards, take an adrenalin break in the City Botanic Gardens or the lush riverside parks of South Bank.