Families traveling to Brisbane can choose from a wide range of regional activities to entertain little ones, but those looking to stay close to Brisbane city will find this list a bit more up to speed. With museums and sanctuaries, along with fun restaurants and shopping, families are never at a loss for entertainment in the Queensland capital city, Brisbane.
Tag Archives: Brisbane things to do
April 9, 2013
Making your way up the coast of Australia and looking to plan your stopover in the Brisbane region? When spending more than a few days in the Queensland capital city, it is easy to start looking to the region surrounding it and to all the magnificent day trip possibilities on-hand. We’ve compiled a helpful list of things to do near Brisbane that can be experienced in one single day.
March 26, 2013
Being easy to travel from big city to the middle of nature is a brilliant part about Australia. When in Queensland‘s Gold Coast (90 minutes south of Brisbane), a veritable adult playground bursting with life, the Springbrook National Park and a bit of peace is just a 45 minute drive away. So, in just under an hour, travelers can be fully surrounded by rainforest and waterfalls, and ready for a day of exploration in the Gold Coast Hinterland.
March 12, 2013
Put your walking shoes on, travelers! Visitors to Brisbane with an extra hour to spare should find themselves at Central Station. From here, the Albert Street Literary Walk can be accessed, taking people on a journey to 32 brass plaques with literary quotes set in the pavement.
January 16, 2013
Travelers in Brisbane with an overwhelming urge to cuddle a koala only need to venture to the nearby Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary. Opened way back in 1927, this koala sanctuary happens to be the oldest of its kind in Australia, and also the largest with over 130 koalas on site.
February 7, 2012
Getting back to nature needn’t be a hike in tropical Brisbane. We’ve got the lowdown on the city’s best green spaces.