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5 Top-Rated Tourist Attractions in Brisbane – Breakdown the best of Brisbane!

Brisbane can only be described as a vibrant city that has at its core a sense of multiculturalism and excitement. With a history dating back to the early 1800s, the city offers visitors a mild subtropical climate that boasts a vast amount of innovation and amenities for all to enjoy!


Enjoying the sight of cuddly Koala's

Koalas are one of the most recognizable of Australia's wildlife and are likely some of the cutest creatures on earth. Many people are known to visit Australia simply to get an up-close and personal glance at these sleepy marsupials. If you find yourself in Brisbane and are hoping to spend some time looking at Koala's head over to the Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary. Here you will be able to enjoy not only Koala's but also kangaroo's, dingoes, wombats and wallabies as well.

If you are staying at any of the Brisbane hotels such as the iStay River City Brisbane you will be a quick 25-minute drive away!


Experience the Cultural Precinct

Another one of the attractions available for the enjoyment of visitors and locals alike, this site located on the South Bank offers people the ideal place for a day out.
With a stunning architectural design and a plethora of sections in the building assigned to specific topics, this cultural hub provides a variety of knowledge bases.
Whether you are hoping to learn about the types of cutting-edge art or interactive exhibits, the Cultural Precinct has it all!


Explore the Brisbane Botanic Gardens Mount Coot-tha

There is nothing quite like taking some time to break away from your day and wander through scenes of greenery and light. The Brisbane Botanic Garden is the ideal place for people who are looking to escape the hustle and bustle of the city even if it is for a matter of minutes or hours.
This botanic garden is looked a few kilometres away from the city and bring to people the wonders of Japanese Gardens, the wildness of Australian forest as well as fragrant plants from across the globe.


Go shopping at the Queen Street Mall

No trip to Brisbane is complete without spending a day exploring all the stores and shops at the Queen Street Mall. With over 700 retailers available for consumers, this site provides people with plenty of options when it comes to selecting the items they want to buy for their big dinner or their loved ones.


Take a trip to Moreton Island

If you are looking to put some real distance between the city and yourself, then book a ferry ride from Downtown Brisbane to Moreton Island. This idyllic getaway is the world's third-largest sand island and is considered to be one of Queensland's most sought-after activities.
With close to 98 per cent of the island being declared a national park, the verdant greenery coupled with the azure blue oceans make for a dream escape from the dreary blur of urban living.