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There is no shortage of major attractions to visit and explore in Brisbane. Across the river from the CBD, South Bank is home to our Cultural Centre with the world-class galleries and entertainment. Besides the big cultural attractions, Brisbane has two major sports stadiums, Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary and the Story Bridge to climb. Further afield the regions including the Scenic Rim, Somerset and Lockyer Valley have no shortage of waterfalls, lookouts and mountains to climb, while Moreton Island is the place to feed wild dolphins and snorkel around an old ship wreck.
The Brisbane River links together our inner-city precincts and is the backdrop for a whole range of outdoor adventures, major attractions and dining options.
There is no shortage of major attractions to visit and explore in Brisbane.
From May through to August, Brisbane's scene comes alive. Read on to discover 30 ideas for things you can do, places to visit and where to eat in Brisbane this winter.
To lure southerners up from the gloomy cold, we’ve rounded up the 11 best events falling during Brisbane’s balmy winter.
Take the chance to spend a day or a weekend sandboarding, snorkelling, swimming and relaxing in paradise, just a 75-minute ferry trip from Brisbane.
Whether you’ve got children to entertain or are a child at heart yourself, discover Brisbane’s wide range of wildlife parks, zoos and animal farms.