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What's New to Brisbane
Blessed with parks and pristine natural places, Brisbane always feels like a green city. Right in the heart of The City is Roma Street Parkland and the City Botanic Gardens. Then there’s the extensive South Bank Parklands – with its famous beach, free barbecues, riverside dining and cultural precinct. Just 10 minutes out of Brisbane City you’ll discover the bush trails of Mt Coot-tha. It’s easy to spend a day on nearby Moreton Bay, home to some of the world’s largest sand islands, or to escape to the heritage-listed forests of the Scenic Rim.
On North Stradbroke Island, Blue Lake National Park protects coastal wallum and a freshwater lake of special significance to the local Aboriginal people, the Quandamooka.
Just one hour's drive from Brisbane, Lake Maroon is ideal for camping, sailing, fishing, water skiing, parasailing and paddle boating.
Whether your little one likes to climb into sprawling trees, swim and splash about or play hide and seek in imaginatively designed cubby houses, Brisbane's many parks have something for everyone.
Take a stroll through some of Brisbane's most well-conserved national parks and reserves
Sometimes the best attractions are the natural ones, Brisbane is home to some beautiful natural environments
Brisbane has some beatuiful, supertropical gardens, take a stroll through any of these natural wonderlands
Get up close and personal with the animal kingdom at these wildlife sanctuaries, zoos and parks.
Take a stroll or a drive around some of the beautiful landscapes and natural attractions Brisbane has to offer
Get the chance to get up close and personal with these friendly giants of the sea.
Indulge in the beautiful Queensland weather by taking the family to check out some Lakes and Beaches nearby