The Best Places To Visit In Brisbane

The Best Places To Visit In Brisbane

The Best Places To Visit In Brisbane: With so many attractions in Brisbane, we at BBM have done the legwork for you and selected five must-see spots that will keep you occupied for hours. Relax; we’ve included something for everyone, whether you’re the kind that enjoys thrilling adventures or would rather spend your vacation in a tranquil manor. Take a look at the Brisbane attractions we’ve selected and then report back to us.

King George Square – Games Night

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Board games you love, just a little bigger

As a family, have you ever thought that the board games you play were lacking in depth or personality? If you’re looking for the same beloved games played on a grander scale, you should visit Brisbane’s King George Square. Play a game of gigantic chess or put your vocabulary to the test in a big game of scrabble.

When: Last Thursday of the month 5pm to 9pm
Where: King George Square
Price: FREE
Website: www.games-at-event.com/index.html

Brisbane Ghost Tours – Throughout The City

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Enjoy a spooky tour of Brisbane

While you’re there, make the most of your time by seeing the city in a way that’s unlike your normal tour. Get on board for a spine-tingling adventure in Brisbane. Unwary visitors are led on a tour of the city by the Ghost Tour Pty Ltd firm, which stop at all the best areas known for paranormal activity. We highly recommend taking a tour if you have a strong phobia of the dead, an interest in spectral ghouls, or a deep appreciation for Prince’s Thriller. Ghost tours, crime tours, and ghost hunts are some of the options available.

Phone: +61 401 666 441
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.ghost-tours.com.au

Brisbane River – River Cruise

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Cruise along the Brisbane River

Embark on a river tour with Mirimar Cruises and enjoy the sights of the city below. You may conclude a wonderful trip down one of Australia’s most spectacular rivers with a relaxed time holding the gentle koalas on a daily cruise to Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary. Ticket prices range from $68 for adults to $58 for students, retirees, and elders in Australia, as well as $38 for children aged 3 to 13, and $195 for a family of four (including two adults and up to three children).

Phone: +61 412 749 426
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.mirimar.com

Southbank – Cinema

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Catch all the latest films by the Southbank

In a state-of-the-art, cozy theater, you can see all the current blockbusters at Brisbane’s biggest complex of film screens, which has five screens. You may take a date, a significant other, or a member of your family to see a movie, or you can purchase a gift certificate as a present; the prices vary, and there are discounts and deals available.

Address: Ernest Street, Corner Grey Street, South Bank QLD
Phone: 3846 5188
Website: www.cineplex.com.au/index.php

Lamington National Park – Tree Top Walks With O’Reilly’s Rainforest Retreat

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Escape the busy hectic life of the Brisbane CBD

Even though it’s not technically in Brisbane, this resort for outdoor activities is worth a visit. Get away from the hustle and bustle of city life at O’Reilly’s Rainforest hideaway. Tree Top Walks provide a 160km network of paths through the Rainforest, allowing visitors to see a more tranquil side of Brisbane. For couples in search of a romantic weekend getaway, O’Reilly’s Rainforest Retreat is the ideal destination.

Address: Lamington National Park Road, Canungra, Queensland 4275
Phone: +61 1800 688 722
Email: [email protected]
Website: https://www.oreillys.com.au

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