Brisbane (or Brissie as everyone calls it) is the third-largest city in Australia. It’s home to many interesting and exciting attractions- both natural and manmade.
Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary
Koalas are a must-grab Australian experience, and the Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary is the perfect place to have it. Not just them, there are wombats, wallabies, snakes, and even crocodiles too.
This is where the World Expo 1988 was held. Located very close to many holiday apartments in Brisbane the likes of Oaks Brisbane Aurora Suites, South Bank is full of plazas and parklands to entertain the guests.
Queen Street Mall
This is where over 700 retailers do their business in peace. If you head there on a Wednesday, you’ll also get the chance to witness the bustling Farmers Market.
This classy building is owned by the University of Queensland. There are many public spaces here including restaurants and concert venues. If you want to enjoy a free guided tour, visit it on a Sunday!
Brisbane Botanic Gardens
Home to many theme gardens, this Botanic Garden spans across the land area of 128 acres. Mount Coot-tha is just a 5-min drive away from the garden.