Exploring South Bank is a must for any visit to Brisbane. Being the centre of culture and entertainment in the city as well as offering plenty of scenic spots to relax and fantastic places to shop, it’s no wonder why South Bank is so popular amongst locals as well as tourists. Get a breathtaking view over the Brisbane River on The Wheel of Brisbane, or unwind at the South Bank Parklands. See what’s on at QPAC and the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre, or admire the galleries and exhibits at GOMA and the Queensland Museum. For one of the best shopping spots in the city, head to Little Stanley Street.
Queen Street Mall
For the centre of shopping in Brisbane, head to Queen Street Mall. With more than 700 retailers and over 26 million visitors each year, it’s one of Brisbane’s top locations.
Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary
Recognised by the Guinness Book of World Records, the Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary is the world’s first and largest koala sanctuary, being home to 130 koalas. There’s also over 100 species of Australian animals to see living in beautiful natural environments. It’s the perfect day out for families or couples.
Witness the best view in Brisbane on top of Story Bridge. With Story Bridge Adventure Climb, you can climb to to the top of Brisbane’s famous Story Bridge that sits 74 metres above the Brisbane River, offering an unforgettable panoramic view over the city. Story Bridge is one of 3 bridges in the world that can be climbed, so don’t miss the opportunity.
Eat Street Northshore
Foodies, market-goers, and lovers of live music can’t miss visiting Eat Street Northshore. Newly-relocated and revamped, Eat Street Northshore has set the bar for one of the most atmospheric dining and entertainment spots in Brisbane. Along with live entertainment, you’ll find a mouthwatering choice of food options at Eat Street Northshore, from authentic Asian stalls and fresh pizzerias to candy bars and bestselling chocolate outlets.
Explore Brisbane whilst staying in our luxury South Bank accommodation. For more information please visit https://thecapitol.etourism.net.au
Image Source : Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary