Like never before


Aboriginal name

for Brisbane


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man-made beach

in Brisbane


Famous nickname

of Brisbane


Most populated

city in australia


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new experiences around every corner

Queensland’s capital, Brisbane, is a cosmopolitan hub for arts, culture and dining, heavy on laid-back charm. Boasting stunning natural assets, clear blue skies all year round and subtropical alfresco lifestyle, Brisbane is an urban metropolis with a relaxed vibe.

The modern and sub-tropical city has a river at its heart, and its surrounds are home to numerous coastal villages, an expansive bay of islands featuring Mulgumpin (Moreton Island) and Minjerribah (North Stradbroke Island) and a hinterland of historic countryside towns, lush national parks and fertile farmland. The city has an extensive music, sporting and cultural events calendar that make the most of the year-round temperate climate.

Brisbane is also Australia’s third-largest city and is home to nearly two and a half million culturally diverse people. Its world-class sporting venues, conference facilities, cruise ship terminal, parklands, cafes, laneways and extensive river walks make Brisbane a vibrant and welcoming, metropolitan city. Brisbane’s reputation as an international events capital has been recognised with Brisbane being elected as Host City for the 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games.

tours Visiting Brisbane

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full tour experience

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Things to do

Take in Brisbane River
Kayak along the Brown Snake, abseil down the Kangaroo Point Cliffs—even sign up for a twilight kayak tour—for some spectacular views of the city.
Visit Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary
Get to know Australia’s famous furry icon. Make a day of it and cruise down the river with Mirimar Cruises to learn about Brisbane’s history before arriving at Lone Pine to learn about all things koala.
Get a whole new view of the city
Strap on a harness and scale the Story Bridge. From the top, you’ll have a bird’s eye view over the river out to Moreton Bay, down to the Gold Coast and out to the Scenic Rim.
Howard Smith Wharves
Floating riverside bars, Greek, Italian and Japanese fine dining spots dotted along the boardwalk, and Brisbane’s first central business district craft brewery all reside here.
South Bank
Home to some of the world’s finest art galleries and theatres, including QAGOMA, Queensland Ballet and QPAC, South Bank has acres of outdoor gardens, river walkways, riverside restaurants and its very own beach with views overlooking the CBD.


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