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The jewel in the crown of the Sunshine State, Brisbane is Australia's third largest city. Winding along the Brisbane River, the CBD blends historic buildings with modern elegance. Although the city's history dates back to 1824, Brisbane rose to the world stage after hosting the Commonwealth Games in 1982 and World Expo in 1988.

The mild subtropical climate together with a relaxed yet sophisticated culture attracted a large numbers of tourists as well as permanent residents relocating from other Australian states. Today Brisbane is referred to as Australia's 'new world' city. It's clean, green, and friendly with an emphasis on innovation and creativity.

Sophisticated city galleries and rooftop bars, desolate subtropical beaches, cool-climate vineyards: the greater Brisbane region deals in Queensland's most gasp-inducing contrasts. Star of the show is Brisbane itself, a lush, sultry metropolis with flourishing restaurant, bar and cultural scenes that attest to its coming of age. Lapping at the city's eastern fringe is Moreton Bay, home to low-lying sandy isles that beckon with their turquoise waves, sparkling forests and passing parade of whales, turtles and dolphins.

  1. Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary - There's nothing quite like cuddling a koala. As the largest sanctuary in the world for Australia's iconic marsupials, a visit to Lone Pine makes for a memorable experience. Other Australian animals such as kangaroos, wallabies, wombats, dingoes, snakes, and even crocodiles live in this compact sanctuary nestled on the Brisbane River. Daily encounters and experiences include bird of prey flight demonstrations, platypus feeding, sheep dog and shearing shows, Tasmanian devil feeding, and barn animal encounters. In addition to the ultimate 'cuddling a koala' photograph, visitors can also have a holiday snap holding a snake or baby crocodile.
  2. Cultural Centre - Located on the banks of the river, in the heart of central Brisbane, this precinct is a mecca for cultural experiences. Incorporating Queensland Art Gallery, State Library of Queensland, Gallery of Modern Art, Queensland Performing Arts Centre, and Queensland Theatre Company, the area is a hub of activity during the day and night.
  3. Mount Coot-tha Botanic Garden - With panoramic views of Brisbane, the Mount Coot-tha Botanic Gardens is a favorite attraction with locals and visitors alike. Located seven kilometers from the city, the various themed gardens take visitors on a journey through 52 hectares of horticulture. Housing the largest collection of Australian rainforest trees in the world, the gardens are also dedicated to fragrant plants, bamboo, cactus, wetland plants, indigenous plants, ferns, and bonsai.
  4. South Bank - The original site of World Expo in 1988, South Bank is filled with parklands, plazas, and promenades. Located directly opposite the CBD, Streets Beach is at the center of this riverside paradise. A swim in the human-made lagoon is a popular choice on a warm Brisbane day.To celebrate the 150th anniversary of the state of Queensland, the Wheel of Brisbane was opened in 2009. The giant Ferris wheel offers an exciting 60-minute bird's eye view over the river and city during the day or night.
  5. Customs House - Owned by the University of Queensland, this magnificent 19th-century building offers a cultural and educational experience. Although operating as a function center, Customs House includes plenty of public spaces, including an indoor/outdoor restaurant offering unparalleled river and Story Bridge views.
  6. Ride a CityCat - The most scenic and exciting way to get around Brisbane is by CityCat. Gliding the twists and turns of the Brisbane River seven days a week, the fleet of CityCats and City Ferries with 24 hop-on, hop-off terminals highlights the history and beauty of the city. From the magnificent University of Queensland to the North Shore, the route takes in redeveloped industrial sites, riverside mansions, bridges, and parklands.
  7. Queen Street Mall - This vibrant shopping precinct is home to more than 700 retailers showcasing local, national, and international designs and labels. In addition to the centrally-located, pedestrian-friendly street frontage, a labyrinth of heritage-listed arcades adds to the ambience for history buffs. Every Wednesday, the area at the bridge end of the mall transforms into a bustling Farmers Market selling local produce, flowers, and artisan products.
  8. Story Bridge Adventure Climb - Constructed during Australia's Great Depression in the 1930s, the attractive steel Story Bridge is a much-loved Brisbane landmark. As one of only three bridge climbs in the world (after Sydney and Auckland), this one also offers something totally unique - the choice to abseil the descent. Catering to people of all fitness levels and those older than 10 years of age, the two-hour experience takes visitors 80 meters above the Brisbane River for uninterrupted views of the city.
  9. Moreton Island - Located 58 kilometers from Brisbane and easily accessible via ferry, Moreton Island is the perfect day trip. As the world's third largest sand island, it's a taste of tropical paradise without needing to travel further north. Rich vegetation frames the azure water gently lapping the pure-white sandy beaches. With very little development and 98 percent of the island designated as National Park, Moreton Island is one of Queensland's best kept secrets.
  10. Museum of Brisbane - Housed in one of Brisbane's premier heritage buildings, the museum was redeveloped and reopened in 2013. Occupying the top level of City Hall, this 'small in size, big in stories' museum brings the history of Brisbane to life through a series of state-of-the-art exhibitions. Adding to the experience are the sweeping views of the city and the City Hall's magnificent clock tower and copper dome.
  1. Urbane - 181 Mary Street, Brisbane.PH: 3229 2271

It’s not open very often, and not easy to get into, but Urbane is the city’s true contender to Esquire’s mantle as top diner - though the aesthetic and experience couldn’t be more different. Part of The Urbane Group (The euro, The Laneway) Urbane is the brainchild of Argentinian chef Alejandro Cancino and restaurant manager Andrew Buchanan, who delivers a welcome respite for those that choose to live a meat-free existence. Caramel brown floors, double white clothed tables and a pervading serene, tranquil atmosphere provides the canvas for the beautiful brushstrokes on your choice of either a herbivore or omnivore tasting menu – though even the omnivore menu is not as carnivorous as one may expect.

  1. GOMA restaurant - Gallery of Modern Art, Stanley pl, Southbank, Brisbane.

PH: 3842 9916

It’s easy to assume we only venture to the Gallery of Modern Art to digest the works of many of the modernists of our time, but one of Brisbane’s finest exhibitions of contemporary cooking is housed in the very same building. Floor-to-ceiling windows drench a sophisticated space of polished concrete floors, classic bistro chairs and white clothed tables in gorgeous sunlight. It’s the perfect canvas for chef Josue Lopez to provide the brushstrokes of aesthetically stunning food that relies on Australia’s native ingredients and break-taking technique in equal measure.

  1. Aria - 1 Eagle Street, Eagle Street Pier, Brisbane.PH: 3233 2555

There are few chefs as influential on the characteristics of Australian cuisine than Matt Moran. Sure the breathtaking view of the Brisbane River will lure some, but the real hook here is the mesmerising proficiency, balance and harmony on the plate. It’s here reliable wait staff give Brisbane dinners a serious eating experience highlighted by a ripping wine list and food that relies on precision as much as it does the produce. Aria is the real deal diner where elegance and entertainment meet magnificently in the middle.

  1. Gerard’s Bistro - 14/15 James St, Fortitude Valley.PH: 3233 2555

When Gerard’s Bistro blew into town it created a dust storm. It represented change by embracing the ideology of the new wave of Australian dining that pulled the double white table-clothes off tables but maintained that focus on great food and wine. The combination of Gerard’s smart, casual swagger and a Middle Eastern sentiment that weaves throughout the menu makes for quite the dining experience. Centred on balance, harmony and down right deliciousness.

  1. E’cco Bistro - 100 Boundary Street, Brisbane.PH: 3831 8344

This bistro-style restaurant, which opened way back in 1995 in a former Tea warehouse, has been banging the local, sustainable drum for longer than most, but this is no marketing ploy, its just the modus operandi that underpins the big deliciousness that arrives on each plate.

Operated by Mr. Hospitality himself, Damian Griffiths, this bares all his signature ingredients of great atmosphere, killer selection of food and drinks, and excellent service. The pina colada comes in an actual pineapple.

  1. All Inn Brewing Co - 130 Constance Street, Fortitude Valley. PH: 3251 6500

This is pretty much a shed where people hang out, often with their dogs, drinking beer fresh from the source. Sometimes things don't need to be any more complicated than that. The brew bar is only open Friday to Sunday, and when it does you can expect a knees-up with food trucks (perhaps Rolling Stone Pizza, Pitstop Wings or Micasa) and live music to see you through the afternoon.

Brisbane prides itself on being green and its sustainability, so it’s no wonder that public transport is one of the best ways to get around the city.

With the TransLink go card you can travel seamlessly on all TransLink bus, ferry and rail services across south-east Queensland. It’s the perfect travel companion. Get your go card from selected retailers and QR stations, online or over the phone, and top up your card balance like a prepaid mobile phone whenever it suits you.

Free Transport

Hail a bus for free in the inner city. The City Loop and Spring Hill Loop bus services circle the city every 10 minutes and stop at destinations in the CBD and Spring Hill precincts between 7am to 6pm weekdays. Glide between Brisbane’s inner-city precincts by hopping on the free CityHopper ferry service, which travels along the river from North Quay to Sydney St, New Farm.

Ferries

Let the river be your guide. Brisbane’s ferries, affectionately known as CityCats, are one of the most enjoyable ways to explore The City. Glide along the river with CityCat and CityFerry services, perfect for sight-seeing and accessing key city spots. Tickets can be bought on board the services, at most newsagents and selected retail outlets, or make use of a go card.

Buses

Explore Brisbane’s neighbourhoods through a comprehensive bus service that runs throughout the city, connecting the outer and inner suburbs to the CBD, major shopping centers, entertainment and dining precincts, railway stations and ferry terminals. Take advantage of special NightLink bus services running after midnight on Fridays and Saturdays for late-night travellers.

Trains

Brisbane’s speedy network of electric trains has the Greater Brisbane region covered and provides direct access to the city, quirky neighborhood precincts and outer suburbs. There is also a handy AirTrain service that is completely integrated into the Queensland Rail suburban network, with regular trains running from Brisbane Airport directly to Brisbane City and the Gold Coast. Travel on a single ticket from any station in South East Queensland to Brisbane Airport.

Taxis

Taxi ranks are available at the Brisbane international and domestic airports, as well as throughout The City and inner-city precincts. Jump in a taxi to be assured of a quick and efficient way of getting around. A standard taxi will cater for four passengers or fewer. For wheel-chair access or to transport five to 10 passengers, it’s best to order a Multi Passenger Taxi. Contact Black & White Cabs on 133 222 and Yellow Taxi 13 19 24.

Driving

You are permitted to drive in Queensland if you hold a valid Australian or foreign license. If your license is in a language other than English, you should carry an English translation of it when driving.

Bikes

Make the most of Brisbane’s wonderful outdoor climate by biking around town. There are extensive bicycle paths running throughout the city and pedal-power offers a healthy and inexpensive way of getting around. Hire a Brisbane City Council CityCycle bike at key inner-city destinations and set off to explore. Courtesy helmets are available with many of the bikes at stations across the network.

  1. Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary

Phone: +61 7 3378 1366

Address: 708 Jesmond Road, Fig Tree Pocket

  1. Cultural Centre

Phone: +61 7 3840 7100

Address: Grey St, South Brisbane QLD 4101, Australia

  1. Mount Coot-tha Botanic Garden

Phone: +61 7 3403 8888

Address: Mount Coot Tha Rd, Toowong QLD 4066, Australia

  1. South Bank

Phone: +61 7 3156 6366

Address: South Brisbane QLD 4101, Australia

  1. Customs House

Phone: +61 7 3365 8999

Address: 399 Queen Street, Brisbane

  1. Ride a CityCat

Address:Brisbane Queensland,Australia

  1. Queen Street Mall

Phone: +61 7 3006 6290

Address: Queen Street, Brisbane

  1. Story Bridge Adventure Climb

Phone: +61 1300 254 627

Address: 170 Main Street, Kangaroo Point

9.Moreton Island

Address: Queensland, Australia

  1. Museum of Brisbane

Phone: +61 7 3339 0800

Address: Level 3, Brisbane City Hall, Adelaide Street, Brisbane

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