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Top Things to Do in Brisbane, Australia from a Cruise Ship - Created by Staff

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South Bank Parklands

The South Bank Parklands are located at South Bank in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. The parkland, on the transformed site of Brisbane's World Expo 88, was officially opened to the public on 20 June 1992. The South Bank Parklands are located on the southern bank of the Brisbane River, at South Bank, directly opposite the City.

Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

There are also many colourful Australian parrots and cockatoos, as well as other Australian birds such as kookaburras, emus, cassowarys among others. Free flying Rainbow Lorikeets fly to the Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary for the specially prepared nectar meals at the sanctuary. Visitors can feed the lorikeets directly twice a day.

Queensland Gallery of Modern Art

The Queensland Gallery of Modern Art ( GOMA) is an art museum located in the South Bank precinct of Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. The gallery is part of the Queensland Cultural Centre. GOMA opened on 2 December 2006. It is the Queensland Art Gallery's second building, and is the largest gallery of modern and contemporary art in Australia.

Roma Street Parkland

Roma Street Parkland covers 16 hectares in the centre of Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. The Roma Street Parkland is adjacent to Brisbane Transit Centre and the Roma Street Station. There is pedestrian access to the Roma Street Parkland from the Roma Street Station, as well as from Albert Street, and from the section of the Parkland which used to be called Albert Park, in Wickham Terrace.

Brisbane River

Brisbane River Country Australia State Queensland Tributaries - left Stanley River, Moggill Creek, Breakfast Creek - right Lockyer Creek, Bremer River, Oxley Creek, Norman Creek, Bulimba Creek City Brisbane Source Mount Stanley - location east of Nanango, Qld - elevation 213 m (699 ft) - coordinates 26°39′S 152°22′E  /  26.650°S 152.367°E Mouth Moreton Bay - location east of Brisbane, Qld - elevation 0 m (0 ft) - coordinates 27°24′S 153°9′E  /  27.400°S 153.150°E Length 344 km (214 mi) Basin 13,600 km 2 (5,300 sq mi) approx.

Queensland Art Gallery

The Queensland Art Gallery (QAG) is an art museum located in the South Bank precinct of Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. The gallery is part of the Queensland Cultural Centre. It complements the Gallery of Modern Art (GOMA) building, situated only 150 metres away.

Brisbane Botanic Gardens, Mount Coot-tha

The Brisbane Botanic Gardens (formerly the Mount Coot-tha Botanic Gardens) are located 7 kilometres (4.3 mi) from the Brisbane CBD in Toowong, Queensland, Australia, at the foot of Brisbane's tallest mountain, Mount Coot-tha. The gardens, which were originally called the Mount Coot-tha Botanic Gardens and which cover 52 hectares, were established by the Brisbane City Council in 1970, and officially opened in 1976.

State Library of Queensland

The State Library of Queensland is the main reference and research library provided to the people of the State of Queensland, Australia, by the state government. Its legislative basis is provided by the Queensland Libraries Act 1988. It contains a significant portion of Queensland's documentary heritage, major reference and research collections, and is an advocate of and partner with public libraries across Queensland.

Mount Coot-tha, Queensland

Mount Coot-tha, which is 287 metres above sea level, has the highest peak in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. Mount Coot-tha forms the eastern extent of the Taylor Range and is a prominent landmark approximately 6 kilometres (3.7 mi) to the west of the Brisbane central business district.

Brisbane Powerhouse

Brisbane Powerhouse is an arts and cultural hub located in the Brisbane suburb of New Farm, Queensland, Australia. The venue offers an array of performing arts, visual arts, festivals, and free community events.

Queensland Performing Arts Centre

The Queensland Performing Arts Centre (also known as QPAC) is part of the Queensland Cultural Centre and is located on the corner of Melbourne Street and Grey Street in Brisbane's South Bank precinct.

Cathedral of St Stephen, Brisbane

The Cathedral of St Stephen is the cathedral church of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Brisbane and seat of its archbishop, the Most Reverend Mark Coleridge. The cathedral is located on a site bounded by Elizabeth, Charlotte and Edward Streets, in the Australian city of Brisbane, Queensland.

St Helena Island National Park

St Helena Island is an heritage-listed island in Queensland, Australia, 21 kilometres (13 mi) east of Brisbane in Moreton Bay. Originally used as a prison, it is now a national park. Named Noogoon by the Australian Aborigines, it was renamed St Helena after an aboriginal named Napoleon was exiled there in 1826.

Golf Central BNE

Golf Central BNE, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. 1,089 likes · 155 talking about this · 2,385 were here. A state of the art golf entertainment complex...

Eagle Street Pier ferry wharf - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Eagle Street Pier ferry wharf is a ferry wharf in the Brisbane CBD used by the CityFerry on the Brisbane River.