Things to do in Brisbane
Brisbane has plenty to offer when it comes to having fun and adventure. If you are planning a visit to this amazing city, read below for a list of things you must do in Brisbane.
Situated seven kilometers from the city, the Mount Coot-tha Botanic Gardens are situated on 128 acres of gardening and horticulture. The Gardens are famous for having the largest collection of rainforest trees in the world making it the most unique attraction for the tourists. There are sections reserved for the beautiful Japanese trees, bamboo, cactus, and indigenous plants that flaunt their perfect colors. There is a minibus tour to the entire garden which is absolutely free.
Moreover, you may also enjoy the city skyscrapers that are situated at about 4 minutes’ drive from the garden and they offer the wonderful view of the entire area making your tour a much memorable one.
2. Art Galleries
If you don’t experience the Art Gallery of Queensland and the Gallery of modern art, maybe you end up wasting your trip because together these two, display more than 1700 artwork presentations which are not only the excellent source of aesthetic pleasure but are also absolutely free to visit. They have a complete exhibition of almost all the modes of art that include sculpture, painting, videography, and photography etc. The Queensland Art Gallery has the proper blend of Asian and International Artistic collection making it the most loved art gallery in Australia.
3. South Bank
You must spare an entire day for this visit because that’s what it’s about, a complete package. From the Human Made Lagoon to the rides, plazas, and diversified restaurants it has been the favorite tourist’s spot ever since its beginning. The South Bank is situated on the riverside and it has the Street Beach within its center.
The most popular Wheel of Brisbane is situated in this area which was a tribute to the 150 amazing years of Queensland given in 2008. This Giant Ferris Wheel is worth the experience as it offers an amazing 10 to 12-minute ride giving the best overview of the river both during the day and night time which itself is breathtaking.
4. Climbing the Story Bridge
If you are more likely to have adventures in your life then this Landmark of Brisbane, the Story Bridge is something you would definitely love climbing. This steel bridge was constructed back in 1930 and has been loved by the visitors ever since then. This 80-meter-high bridge is enough to let you capture some scenic and wonderful views of the Brisbane River. C
There are a lot more adventures that Brisbane offers including a day trip to the Moreton Island, River Cruise, Museum of Brisbane, Queen street mall and much more.